How We May Become Detached from Our Patients and What We Can Do If This Happens
作者: Edmund G. Howe
刊名: JClinEthics, 2018, Vol.29 (3), pp.167-178
来源数据库: The Journal of Clinical Ethics
原始语种摘要: When clinicians provide clinical care or participate in ethics consultations, they may feel exceptionally painful emotions. When they do, they may distance themselves emotionally from patients and families. This distancing may harm these parties profoundly. It is therefore critical that clinicians avoid this distancing. In this piece, I present an approach that lies outside traditional practice that clinicians may use to try to avoid and even reverse this distancing, if and when they sense that this may be occurring. This approach may also benefit patients and families. It may increase their sense that their clinicians are working with them as allies to achieve their shared medical goals.
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  • exceptionally 例外地
  • profoundly 深深地
  • sense 方向
  • painful 痛苦的
  • themselves 本身
  • their 他们的
  • avoid 取消
  • working 开采
  • therefore 因此
  • piece 一块