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The Hippocratic Oath is one of history’s oldest binding documents. Comprising timeless ethical principles held sacred by physicians all over the world, this covenant requires new doctors to pledge to treat the sick to the best of their ability while protecting patient privacy. While medicine has changed tremendously since the Hippocratic Oath was written in the fifth century BCE, its core values have held firm. At its center? A commitment to patient care above all else. While most future doctors don’t take the Hippocratic Oath until their graduation ceremonies, medical students can play powerful roles in protecting and promoting the health and safety of patients. Here’s a closer look at the issue of medical students and patient care.
Climate change is threatening the world we live in. Experts say it should also be changing medical school curricula.