Confessions of a heterodox economist — Portsmouth, Hampshire. With very few exceptions , a zero-tolerance approach is essential to protect a relationship grounded in trust that is so fundamental to society. Guidance about the nature of their relationships with doctors should be given to patients in notices and information leaflets in GP practices, hospitals and clinics and online such as NHS websites. And when it does, patients need to take some moral responsibility for their actions. Moral responsibility does not just relate to the individual, it extends beyond them. Revising Pevsner — York, York. Edition: Available editions United Kingdom. In fact, all patients may be vulnerable to some extent since, when we approach doctors, we do so because we are ill or have a concern about our health. Suzanne Ost , Lancaster University.
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