The Powers of Medicine and the Powerlessness of the Doctor: In Praise of Humility
Dolentium Hominum 1995; 10(1): 124-129
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Coulehan, Jack (2011-03)Humility is the medical virtue most difficult to understand and practice. This is especially true in contemporary medicine, which has developed a culture more characterized by arrogance and entitlement than by self-effacement ...