Medical practice is done by specialized doctors for specific diseases. These are services provided by medical associations to the human mass which help them to promote and maintain health of their families and society. Good medical practice requires intellectual skills and knowledge of the doctors. This promotes the performance of the doctors required for improved patient health care.
The medical practice is challenging and rewarding. No code or guidelines can ever encompass every situation or replace the insight and professional judgment of good doctors. Good medical practice means using this judgment to try to practice in a way that would meet the standards expected of you by your peers and the community.
Related Journals of Medical practice
British Journal of General Practice, European Journal of General Practice.
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Jan 01, 1970
Accepted Date: Jan 01, 1970
Published Date: Jan 01, 1970