- Network users made a curious comparison between a doctor and a camel.
- If a doctor does not respect the principle of not harming, not looking at the patient’s eyes and does not have a vocation to help, he is not a doctor, he is simply a camel.
- But what is the role of vocation in medical practice?
Network users made a curious comparison between a doctor and a camel; “If a doctor does not respect the principle of not harming, not looking at the patient’s eyes and does not have a vocation to help, he is not a doctor, he is simply a camel.”
If a doctor does not respect the principle of not harming, not looking at the patient’s eyes and does not have a vocation to help, he is not a doctor, he is simply a camel.
– Karim A Nesr (@karimanesr) July 4, 2022
And it is the users highlighted the importance of training as a media by vocation and NOT by economic interest.
The medical vocation
The medical vocation means a constant, permanent disposition of the spirit towards the medical disciplines. With great scientific interest, with a high degree of ethics in the exercise of the profession for the good of our fellow men and the community. Vocation is the deepest feeling of knowing oneself and feeling responsible for the pain and suffering of the sick.
The vocation cultivated and developed permanently and continuously, is the dedication to others, the commitment to patients and their families and the constant efforts to keep ourselves updated in this area of knowledge that multiplies frequently.
In modern times, Medical Schools have many challenges, such as maintaining and improving the high ETHICAL LEVEL that regulates the professionincorporating science, technology and research in training, but the most important task is that of humanize the practice of medicine to the maximum
The doctor Fernando Sanchez Torresformer president and honorary member of the National Academy of Medicine of Colombia announced the codes either homework that in his opinion, “are fundamental and with which the doctor has to commit once he receives the academic investiture. “Whoever lacks a vocation cannot assimilate the meaning of helping others”.
ESSENTIAL CODES FOR THE PHYSICIAN
- The doctor must understand his profession as a humanitarian mission in favor of the other, of those who seek help for their health, a mission that entails sacrifices. Without a doubt, it is an apostolate.
- The doctor must see himself in the other, as if he were the one seeking help, since humanitarianism is inherent in his profession. In short, it is to give effect to an ethical mandate that has the character of a universal principle: “Treat the other as you would like to be treated.”
- The doctor must consider all his patients in the same category, respecting their autonomy. Neither elitism nor authoritarianism have a place in medicine.
- The most basic duty of the doctor is not to harm the patient. On the contrary, his main commitment is to do you good.
- The doctor’s duty is to prevent disease, or cure it. Since he cannot always do so, he must then show solidarity and become a consoling agent.
- The doctor who exercises his profession with greed, with a desire for profit, fails in his duty.
- The doctor must refrain from acting if he does not consider himself qualified to do so. In medicine, doing nothing is often doing a lot. Medical audacity is not a good adviser.
- It is the duty of the doctor to keep up to date on matters pertaining to his professional activity. An outdated doctor is not a pledge of guarantee for the society he serves.
- The doctor, especially the surgeon, must know how to withdraw in time. The responsible exercise of medicine requires having all the senses and a right judgment so as not to expose oneself to loss.
- The doctor must be aware that his status as such entails commitments to social causes, such that the problems of the most needy fall within his jurisdiction.
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