Canadian Medical Association

This article from the British Medical Journal provides insight into the ways physicians deal with the deaths of patients. While doctors may never forget their first experience of a patient dying, they soon become accustomed to death as a part of their working lives. Achieving a balance between retaining compassion and staying detached enough to do their job is one of the attributes that a doctor must develop and maintain.

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