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    STUDIA BIOETHICA - Issue no. 1-2 / 2019  
         
  Article:   THE PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE DENTAL PHYSICIAN AND THE PATIENT.

Authors:  SORIN HOSTIUC.
 
       
         
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DOI: 10.24193/subbbioethica.2019.01
Published Online: 2020-03-30
Published Print: 2020-03-30
pp. 11-18
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The physician-patient relationship is the core interpersonal relationship staying at the base of the contemporary medical ethics, most clinical issues causing ethical dilemmas being centered around it. This relationship can be analyzed from four main perspectives: legal, social, psychological and moral.In medical ethics literature, there are numerous models of physician-patient relationship, which are based, on variable degrees, on the legal, psychologic, sociologic and moral principles that will be briefly summarized here, the most well-known being the models developed by Szasz and Hollander, Roter and Hall, Ben-Sira, Thomasma, Mead and Bower, and especially Emanuel, whose models are currently considered the standard models and are being presented as such to medical student and residents in many countries (including Romania).However, the dental profession has some particularities that require, at least in some circumstances, some additional models that will be presented briefly in this unsystematised review.We will begin by performing a brief analysis of the professionalism of the dental-patient relationship, followed by a discussion regarding the most often cited models of relationship, namely those developed by Ozar, Coleman and Burton, Friedman and Bedos.

Keywords: dental patient relationship, Ozar, professionalism
 
         
     
         
         
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