The Influence of Gender Difference on Care Models

Philosophy and Culture 36 (2):119-135 (2009)

Care has to be coming都nursing staff, as professional qualities, but in the medical process, not only nursing staff should have such qualities, should be all stakeholders should have the moral behavior都. And medical care in the relationship between TCM, if from the perspective of care, the medical care for those of who care for patients who were compared. This two-way care model, because the subject of gender differences, but differ with it? However, care is What? One by the subjectivity of the development of behavioral pattern, it should be universal characteristics, gender differences will be the impact? If so, the reasons for it? Benpian thesis, from the significance of the nature of care, through the gender of thinking, behavior and other models to explore the medical care in the care model, would be gender differences, produce different results. Thesis, respectively, two-way doctor-angle, regardless of gender in the care of different state and being in care, will produce what kind of change and whether there are common patterns. Hope through this paper, can help caregivers in the medical, care and care for the patient, the care model to have more understanding, and thus have adverse good care, improve medical quality of care. "Care" has always been considered by nursing staff as a professional quality. However, during the process of medical treatment, it's a virtue that should be required of not only nurses but all staff who are involved. In terms of the doctor-patient relationship in the medical treatment, if we see it from the perspective of care, the doctor is the one to care, while the patient is the one to be cared. Would such a two-way care model vary in accordance with the gender of the subject ? And yet what is "care" really? A behavioral model is developed and produced from subjectivity and therefore should be universal. Would such a model be influenced by the difference in gender? If it would, why? This article first inquires the essential meaning of "care" and, through the thinking and behavioral models of different genders, explores whether the care models would bring forth different results in the process of medical treatment because of the difference in gender. In this paper, we address from the perspectives of both the doctor and the patient how people of different genders vary and what they share in common in the process of caring and being cared. Through this article, we wish to help the care workers understand more about care models regarding how to care about and look after the patients, so as to take good care of them and improve the quality of care in medical treatment
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