Medical Ethics

This paper presents a review of the history of medical ethics and applies the concepts and principles of medical ethics and morality to the clinical health–care setting. It investigates the relationship between the moral/ethical practices of the physician and the success of the doctor–patient relationship and patient satisfaction. The scientific methodology employed by the author includes both qualitative and quantitative analyses using the case study approach and a patient survey. Among the research findings is a conclusion that although physicians may not always be able to adhere to every ethical practice in each situation, it is imperative that they inculcate the values and virtues of a good doctor–honesty, objectivity, respect, and confidentiality–in order to maintain the best possible doctor–patient relationship.


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