The Culture of Courage
Nursing Economics 1999 July-August; 17(4): 238-239
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Shelp, Earl E. (1984)Shelp discusses the virtue of courage as manifested in the physician patient relationship. He comments briefly on other virtues associated with physicians and patients, defines courage, and outlines the prerequisites ...
Shelp, Earl E. (1983-11)The idea that the physician patient relationship is potentially tragic in nature and provides a context in which courage can be a relevant virtue is explored. This relationship is often characterized by danger, ...