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humanistic medicine

Patient-centered medicine Social medicine A philosophy in medicine which encompasses positive mentoring skills, community service, compassion and sensitivity, collaboration, observation of professional ethics
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Aiqin Lv, Humanistic Medicine Research Center and School of Dentistry, Shandong University; Xiuqin Shen, Yongfu Cao, Yonggang Su, and Xiaoyang Chen, Humanistic Medicine Research Center of Shandong University.
com)-- The New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) is proud to be taking part in the third annual Atlantic Health Humanistic Medicine Symposium, titled “Patient Voices: Honoring the Patient Perspective,” from 11:45 a.
Other participants took great pains to show that humanistic medicine can also be scientific, indeed, that concentrating on the abstractions of biomedicine to the exclusion of the "the lived world" is unscientific (Schwartz & Wiggins, 1988).
The School of Padua: Humanistic Medicine in the Sixteenth Century.
Because of his dedication to humanistic medicine and comprehensive health care, Dr.

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