Abstract— Even primitive people practiced medicine with a religious attitude and blamed supernatural forces to all those diseases that exceeded the experience and thought; the medical report (shaman) - sick could be defined as the "paradigm of the sorcerer." This relational mode started from the assumption that the disease was due to recognizable supernatural factors and therapy, based on the recognition of these factors, was based on precise measures to counter them. An exemplary people in ancient times was that of Egypt, which combines medicine, religion and magic through the identification of therapeutic formulas and magical performances. The priest or Sunu (the one who has compassion) enjoyed esteem as a man endowed with divine and supernatural powers and able to appease the wrath of the gods When the individual doctor-patient relationship is transformed in time, at best it takes place an evolution from dependency to partnership; This change is often the result of work of the doctor who encourages the patient to greater self-sufficiency, to a more mature ability to take responsibility for their own health and to a careful use of resources. Gradually cohere a model of relationship between doctor and patient that sees respected the person as a subject in law to make choices, to have personal points of view and take action on the basis of his beliefs; good working alliance that results, creates a situation of mutual comfort and promotes mutual understanding and acceptance as well as attention to social responsibility. The difficulty of this perspective is to maintain a balance between the conflicting needs of the patient that one part seeks autonomy and the other support and containment. The clinical himself is not free from contradictions: on one side is willing to a total delegation of responsibility, but the other is alarmed by the loss of authority that goes with it I remain ever present Origen: Religious people resort to doctors as collaborators of God, knowing that he has given human beings, like all other sciences, as well as medical science, and that it was he who ordered the grasses sprout from the earth; However, these people also know that the art of the doctors nothing can if God does not want, but so can what he wants.

Humanization of Care Ethical and Social in Clinical-Care IF 2,09

GRAZIANO, Antonino;
2016-01-01

Abstract

Abstract— Even primitive people practiced medicine with a religious attitude and blamed supernatural forces to all those diseases that exceeded the experience and thought; the medical report (shaman) - sick could be defined as the "paradigm of the sorcerer." This relational mode started from the assumption that the disease was due to recognizable supernatural factors and therapy, based on the recognition of these factors, was based on precise measures to counter them. An exemplary people in ancient times was that of Egypt, which combines medicine, religion and magic through the identification of therapeutic formulas and magical performances. The priest or Sunu (the one who has compassion) enjoyed esteem as a man endowed with divine and supernatural powers and able to appease the wrath of the gods When the individual doctor-patient relationship is transformed in time, at best it takes place an evolution from dependency to partnership; This change is often the result of work of the doctor who encourages the patient to greater self-sufficiency, to a more mature ability to take responsibility for their own health and to a careful use of resources. Gradually cohere a model of relationship between doctor and patient that sees respected the person as a subject in law to make choices, to have personal points of view and take action on the basis of his beliefs; good working alliance that results, creates a situation of mutual comfort and promotes mutual understanding and acceptance as well as attention to social responsibility. The difficulty of this perspective is to maintain a balance between the conflicting needs of the patient that one part seeks autonomy and the other support and containment. The clinical himself is not free from contradictions: on one side is willing to a total delegation of responsibility, but the other is alarmed by the loss of authority that goes with it I remain ever present Origen: Religious people resort to doctors as collaborators of God, knowing that he has given human beings, like all other sciences, as well as medical science, and that it was he who ordered the grasses sprout from the earth; However, these people also know that the art of the doctors nothing can if God does not want, but so can what he wants.
Index Terms—About four key words or phrases in alphabetical order, separated by commas.
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