Don’t address topics about clinical or organization choices without considering their ethical, social and inter-professional aspects, patient’s expectations and values, and the most appropriate teaching setting (hospital, primary care).
Human relationship is essential in medical care: to exclude from the process of education the relationship between the different actors of the process of care and the natural context where it occurs, fails to prepare learners to cope with the challenges of inter-personal relations and of the complexity of medical care.
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