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  1. Physicians’ professionalism from the patients’ perspective: a qualitative study at a single-family practice in Saudi Arabia.Eiad AlFaris, Farhana Irfan, Noura Abouammoh, Nasriah Zakaria, Abdullah M. A. Ahmed, Omar Kasule, Dina M. Aldosari, Nora A. AlSahli, Mohammed Ghatar Alshibani & Gominda Ponnamperuma - 2023 - BMC Medical Ethics 24 (1):1-11.
    Introduction Professionalism is a crucial component of medical practice. It is a culturally sensitive notion that generally consists of behaviors, values, communication, and relationships. This study is a qualitative study exploring physician professionalism from the patients’ perspective. Methods Focus group discussions with patients attending a family medicine center attached to a tertiary care hospital were carried out using the four gates model of Arabian medical professionalism that is appropriate to Arab culture. Discussions with patients were recorded and transcribed. Data were (...)
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