Motives: Demons behind the White Coats
You are fond of your doctor, and you believed that he/she would take care of you. What happened? Why will we not trust those that we entrusted our lives to for years?
Power, control and gain has come to the forefront of the medical industry and we need to find out how we can change this. Money has become the true reason that our hospitals are allowing doctors who have criminal histories to practice medicine. No one is saying a word. We trusted the medical industry, but they had another agenda. What happened to morality?
Doctors took the Hippocratic Oath that states the practice of medicine is a privilege which carries important responsibilities. All doctors should observe the core values of the profession which centre on the duty to help sick people and to avoid harm. I will not put personal profit or advancement above duties to patients. I will recognize my limits of my knowledge and seek advice from colleagues when necessary, I will acknowledge my mistakes. I will do my best to keep myself and colleagues informed of new developments and ensure that poor standards and bad practices are exposed to those who can improve them. I will use my training and professional standard to improve the community in which I work. I will try to influence positive authorities whose policies harm public health. I will oppose policies that breach internationally accepted standards of human rights. I will strive to change laws which are contrary to patients’ interest or to my professional ethics, no personal ethics. Find out how victims are readily available and how it’s not difficult to cover up of certain types of murder in a major hospital.
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