VIP Syndrome | definition of VIP Syndrome by Medical dictionary
A 'condition' caused when a very important person (VIP) by virtue of fame, position or claim on public interest disrupts the normal course of patient care in a hospital
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This VIP syndrome
can be seen in arrogant and abusive men of authority like some policemen and mayors verbally abusing small fry or for certain employers maltreating their domestic helpers.
sufferers are very sad, actually, because they're usually slightly inadequate to start with.
At the time, although racked with indecision about the patient's humiliation, his fear of narcissistic injury his concern about his practice, his colleagues, etc., the VIP syndrome
overcame all that.