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    Title: 從醫乃仁術論醫學人文素養
    Authors: 邱清華;Chiou, Ching-Hwa
    Contributors: 哲學研究所
    Keywords: 醫病關係;醫學人文;醫乃仁術;儒家生命倫理學;《中庸》;physician-patient relationship;medical humanities;medicine as art of humanity;Confucian bioethics;Chong-yong
    Date: 2017-01-18
    Issue Date: 2017-05-05 17:22:34 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 摘 要

    Western medicine is the main stream of modern medicine. Taiwan is no exception but practicing the most advanced modern medicine and takes in the west model of physician-patient relation. However, the advance of medical technology comes with increasing medical law suits. The most important problem is the loss of trust between physician and patient. Taiwan medical education has taken steps in the emphasis of medical humanities and patient-center attitude. However, the result is not too satisfactory. This paper employs the spirit of Chinese medicine, that is, medicine as the art of humanity, and the implied studies of humanities as a response to the problem of physician-patient relational problems so as to build a sincere and trust relationship in order to minimize law suits, improve medical environment and the quality of medicine.
    In this thesis, I first give an exposition of the core ideas of Confucianism and give an interpretation of traditional physician- patient relationship according to the sayings of some of the most renowned Confucian physicians such as Sun Simiao′s (孫思邈) and Chen Shigong′s (陳實功), such as their vision and content of a great physician, the special moral rules of medical practice and physician-patient relationship. This paper give a depth analysis of the Confucian philosophical background of Chinese medical practice, namely, the doctrine of sincerity in Chong-yong, one of the four main classics of Confucianism. It gives a detail analysis of how a physician cultivates his or her moral virtues, establishes a sincere and loyal relationship with the patient and patient’s family as a prompt and proper response to our present day physician-patient problems.
    Keywords: physician-patient relationship, medical humanities, medicine as art of humanity, Confucian bioethics, Chong-yong
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