Good Medical Practice

 In this blog, you can download free pdf of Good Medical Practice edited by KERRY J BREEN, STEPHEN M CORDNEER, COLIN JH THOMSON and VERNON D PLUECKHAHN.

About Book

The main goal of this book is to present knowledge essential to the professional, ethical, and legal requirements of being a doctor in one easily accessible style. For medical students who need to gain a foundation in the components of what makes a medical practitioner, it covers a core curriculum.

Both overseas medical graduates and doctors in training who are moving to Australia must learn the same content. For busy clinicians looking for solutions to problems that arise in practise, this book should be a helpful and convenient place to start. This edition includes current content that is typically absent from clinical medicine textbooks.Although the majority of doctors are now equipped to conduct research online, this process can be time-consuming because information is not always accessible or integrated at a single source, may not be pertinent to the local context, and may not be subject to quality control.

There have been considerable changes since the 1997 publication of our book regarding the value of professionalism. The breadth of professional abilities required for good medical practise has received attention from medical boards both domestically and internationally; in fact, the UK General Medical Council's primer for doctors is titled just that, Good Medical Practice.Under the guise of "risk management," medical indemnity organisations and health-care institutions have recently been active in fostering positive professional attitudes and behaviour to lower the chance of unfavourable outcomes.

A stronger emphasis on professionalism and ethics for specialists in training has emerged from Australian medical institutions' agreement to have their education and training programmes recognised by the Australian Medical Council (AMC). The AMC clinical examination now specifically examines professional attitudes for foreign medical graduates.

At its essence, medicine still involves providing care to those who are ill and need assistance. Medical expertise, clinical proficiency, and sound professional attitudes and abilities are all necessary for the efficient and compassionate practise of medicine.Professional conduct and abilities were once known as "excellent bedside manner" and were not explicitly taught. It was believed that young doctors would eventually pick up these abilities, perhaps via experience and observation. Since the 1988 Doherty Report, Australia's medical community, particularly those sections in charge of basic medical education, has recognised the value of teaching professional skills.

The term "professionalism" serves as a useful shorthand for describing the professional qualities necessary for good medical practise that the community can rely on, in addition to possessing enough medical knowledge and procedural skill.Professionalism encompasses a wide range of qualities, including effective communication abilities, empathy, the virtues of self-evaluation, honesty, and dependability, cultural sensitivity in our multiracial society, and knowledge of obligations arising from applicable laws pertaining to medical practise. The notion that a person who wants to practise medicine effectively will bring positive attitudes to all the roles involved in becoming a doctor is covered most prominently in this passage. When interpreted in this way, the term "professionalism" is congruent with the Victorian Professional Practice Program's emphasis, which served as the foundation for an earlier draught of this book in 1991 and 1992.

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