Medical Deontology

To indulge or not to indulge, to relent or not to relent for patients. Consolation facets as a E. S. Botkin’s edifice legacy

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Archpriest Sergiy Filimonov, Chairman of Saint Petersburg Orthodox Doctors Society, Dr. Sci. (Med), professor. (Saint Petersburg) https://youtu.be/QWNnAhp7aOY Eugene Botkin’s reading “Should We Indulge Patients?”, composed… Read More »To indulge or not to indulge, to relent or not to relent for patients. Consolation facets as a E. S. Botkin’s edifice legacy

The spiritual and moral-ethical principles of russian  pre-revolutionary medicine by the example of service of passion-bearer doctor Evgeniy Botkin

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Sergei Glotov Hieromonk Nathanael (Mescheryakov) Olga Zenkova (Russia, Ryazan) https://youtu.be/K2cy-h1J4aU The article discusses the main practical and moral-ethical principles of the professional service of passion-bearer… Read More »The spiritual and moral-ethical principles of russian  pre-revolutionary medicine by the example of service of passion-bearer doctor Evgeniy Botkin