Cultivating a Therapeutic Compassionate Relationship: The 3S Approach
Recruit for Values, Train for Skills—What Medical School Admissions Could Learn from Nursing Associate Recruitment Programmes
More medical schools need to recognise that A-level grades are not the best way to judge the potential to be a doctor, says Katie Knight The article is republished from “The BMJ Opinion”. A recent article in The Times reported that some medical schools have eased admission rules
Encouraging Compassion through Teaching and Learning: a Case Study in Cyprus
Development and Evaluation of Person-Centred Care Services: Do Not Forget Compassion!
Participants of the BMJ’s roundtable debate “How can we get better at providing patient centred care?” report that medical care must show people “dignity, compassion and respect.” But for it to be person-centred, services must also be well coordinated and structured in a way that