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probity

As defined by the General Medical Council (UK), probity encompasses honesty, trustworthiness and acting with integrity, which is at the heart of medical professionalism. It requires that the doctor at all times justifies his or her patients’ trust in him or her, and the public’s trust in the profession.
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probity

(prō′ bĭ-tē, prŏb′)
Rectitude, integrity, or honesty; a characteristic expected of professionals.
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