Medical Professionalism, Critical for Good Practice and Clinician Wellbeing
Professionalism is a key component of good patient care. Research has shown that professionalism improves patient safety, patient experience, staff morale, recruitment and retention, healthcare institution reputation and health system productivity. In parallel it reduces clinical incidents, claims and costs. It must be inculcated in our medical students and doctors to ensure patient centred care is provided.
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Published CitationSlattery D. Medical Professionalism, Critical for Good Practice and Clinician Wellbeing. Irish Medical Journal. 2019;112(5):929