Hippocrates redux

April 2002
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;4/2/2002, Vol. 166 Issue 7, p877
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses the state of the medical profession, in light of cuts in health care budgets and privatization and profit-driven practices. Working conditions of physicians and the training of medical students; Mention of the Charter on Medical Professionalism, which was proposed to refit Hippocratic principles in response to globalization, corporatism, privatization, and greed.


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