Comment Vivre Le Respect d'autrui en Institution?
de Broca, Alain
Soins; la revue de référence infirmière 2011 Apr(754): 40-1
Since Hippocrates, "first, do no harm" is one of the fundamental principles of healthcare which caregivers attempt to put into practice in all their encounters with others in need of care. Principles of justice, well-doing, autonomy and proportionality have helped to enrich the caregiver's reflection.
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