Harmful Emotional Responses that Patients and Physicians May Have When their Values Conflict
作者: Edmund G. Howe
刊名: JClinEthics, 2016, Vol.27 (3), pp.187-200
来源数据库: The Journal of Clinical Ethics
原始语种摘要: One of the most difficult decisions a clinician may face is when, if ever, to decline what a patient wants, based on the clinician’s own moral conscience. Regardless of what the clinician decides, the outcome may be deeply emotionally painful for both parties, and the pain may last. I will discuss this pain, how it occurs, and what we can do to try to reduce it before, during, and after a conflict arises. Approaches include explaining how we are like the patient or doctor, that no one is perfect, and that what we do is not who we are.
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关键词翻译
关键词翻译
  • conscience 良心
  • clinician 临床医师
  • deeply 深深地
  • will 意志
  • painful 痛苦的
  • moral 道德
  • discuss 议论
  • perfect 完全的
  • difficult 困难的
  • their 他们的