which doctors are no longer trusted serves as a sharp reminder of this. Well publicized examples point to poor medical outcomes, patient dissatisfaction, and resentment, which can spiral out of control and wasteful medical care delivery. Doctors have a solemn duty and responsibility therefore to behave in a manner that promotes patient and societal trust. This applies not only in clinical practice, but also in the integrity of medical research and how medical students and residents are optimally prepared for medical careers.
Essential levels of trust can be achieved
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