Asociación Española de Farmacéuticos Católicos | The Resurgence of Medical Ethics During the Coronavirus Disease (COVID)-19 Outbreak.
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The Resurgence of Medical Ethics During the Coronavirus Disease (COVID)-19 Outbreak.

The Resurgence of Medical Ethics During the Coronavirus Disease (COVID)-19 Outbreak.

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has risen a number of clinical situations where the principles of the medical act, the singularity of the patient-physician relationship and the need for revitalizing the medical vocation have all become at front line. Original articles, viewpoints, and perspectives addressing these aspects have appeared in major medical journals. Never before but perhaps with AIDS in the eighties, a disease awakened such feelings of commitment in medicine. Herein, we discuss some of these very sensitive issues for physicians that emerged during the past months of global COVID-19 crisis. Read the full article

Authors:
Rafael del Río.Vithas Internacional · Neurophysiology and Sleep Disorders Unit 21.04.MD, PhD
Joaquín Ojeda. Hospital Universitario Infanta Sofía · Department of Neurology.27.75.MD
Vincent Soriano. Universidad Internacional de La Rioja | UNIR · Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud.55.27.MD, PhD