Not realizing the effects they have not only on the nurses, but on the patients as well. Doctors and nurses should collaborate to ensure patients get quality health care treatment, instead of focusing on their education differences. In the past, and some doctors today have the perception that "No matter how gifted she may be, she will never become a reliable nurse until she can obey without question" (Fagin, 2004). A nurse should be reliable as long as her skills demonstrate she is a fully capable nurse who is dedicated to the well being of patients. Instead doctors allow their ego to get in the way of them properly using their power.
family practitioner at the John Peter Smith Health Center which serves economically disadvantaged communities in Arlington, is one example of those passionate physicians that I had a chance to meet. From Dr. Chaudhry, I learned what distinguished good doctors from great doctors. Good doctors can accurately diagnose a patient and prescribe the proper medication. Great doctors, however, can earn each patient 's trust. They serve both as a patient 's companion and caretaker, ... ... middle of paper ... ...ds and clothes, a free flu vaccination or a simple clinical examination seems to be common for an averaged-salary worker, but it can be the entire world to a poorly sick elder who could not afford for just a short doctor 's visit.
While sometimes patients may truly be thankful for a physician’s intervention, any autonomous decision by physicians creates a dangerous precedent for doctor intervention in patient care. However that isn’t the only problem with taking care of patients. Having numerous patients means that physicians must constantly respect and understand many patients from varying backgrounds. Although this seems to be common sense, doctors often have trouble constantly chronicling and treating all of their patients effectively (Groopman 80). Although it is important for a doctor to respect each and every patient, I do not believe that I am capable of constant
Euthanasia may even bring about happiness in that it is what the person desires and wants, in order to no longer to be a burden to his/her family. Also, Euthanasia would stop the pain and not prolong the dying process. In the utilitarian point of view we all have a duty to our happiness, and a duty to the society. Euthanizing a person based on the society aspect makes sense. With greater and greater emphasis put on managed care today, many doctors are at a financial risk when they provide treatments to patients who are in the dying process.
They just want to die instead of suffering those medical treatments. In that time, the patients’ family just believes in the doctors and tells them to do whatever they can, but the doctors just do something that 's possible. Almost patients have died after that expensive medical treatments, but the doctors still do those medical procedures. That doctors did not have enough confidence to tell the truth to the patients’ families. Other doctors have more confidence, so they explain the health condition to the patients’ families.
If doctors practice medicine with a correct attitude and respect towards the oaths taken, they have an opportunity to develop all positive qualities of a human being and improve people's living standards without sacrificing their own. Becoming an expert in the field of medicine is a long process that will turn away most people, particularly because doctors gain their abilities exclusively by practicing on other people. “The moral burden of practicing on people is always with us, but for the most part unspoken” (Gawade, 2003). Besides the moral burden that is created by practicing on others, when their lives might depend on the doctor's skills, doctors need to constantly keep up with the advances in the field. In addition, they need to adapt to different patients constantly.
She learned her care was better received when she focused in on her patients’ needs and fears first. “Giving patients the chance to tell us what’s right for them can be hard,” said Urba, “but how else can we know what they truly need to feel better” (Urba, 167)? Patients’ come to the doctor because they are suffering. So, to be treated effectively, the doctor must recognize and treat the suffering not with quick advice or a bottle of pills, but by taking the time to listen to what the patient is saying. Even though doctors can never truly experience another’s distress, they can do a better job at attending to their patients’ needs by simply listening.
These appointments benefit not only doctors but also the patients by giving them the opportunity to have a learning experienced from one another. Neuwirth, a chief medical officer said this program “‘becomes a big part of your life, and no one else really understands what you’re going through except someone else who is also going through it’ “(Stempniak). Listening to what other people are going through, encourages them to be better and, what to avoid in getting better. Investigations have been done to prove how effective shared medical appointments are and what the advantages of conducting them. Among those who try SMAs, about 85% don’t go back to individual exams (Park 1).
This can be done by the healthcare workers exemplifying kindness and compassion to the patient. The patient isn’t going to feel welcome if whoever is working with him or her is rude and impatient. The healthcare worker should also show the patient that they have all the skills that are acquired in order to do their position with excellence. The patient needs to have full confidence in the healthcare worker. This can be done by the healthcare worker being confident in all that they do.
Each intern has a mentor that is supposed to lead the “new doctor” on what to do and not, but not all mentors care about what happens to the junior doctor. Experienced people in the hospital should treat the interns like actual humans that exist by teaching them what they must