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03 November 2021

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02 November 2021

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26 October 2021

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Results of the Proposed Amendment...

26 April 2021

List of PCP Diplomates for...

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20 March 2021

PSBIM 2021 Successful Examinees

TO ALL SUCCESSFUL EXAMINEESTo be a Member of the Philippine College of Physicians (PCP), you are hereby advised to submit...

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icon Philippine College of Physicians Code of Ethics Medical Ethics is currently based on the principles of respect for persons, beneficence, non-maleficence and justice. The principle of respect for persons emphasizes respect for patient autonomy - the duty to protect and foster a patient's coluntary informed choices, and truth-telling. The principle of beneficence defines the duty to promote good and act in the best interest of the patient and the health of the society. The principle of non-maleficence refers to the duty to do no harm to patients. Finally, the principle of justice must inform the physician's role as a citizen and his/her decisions on resource allocations. In facing challenges to resolve many issues in the delivery of care, the physician needs the virtues of compassion, courage and patience. Read More... Read More
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