School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pakistan
Privacy is a basic human right; however, a patient's right to privacy is often violated because health care providers do not fulfill their ethical and professional responsibilities. There is an immediate need to preserve patients' privacy by health care professionals; a standardized policy on patients' privacy is important. This paper aims to analyze the significance of patents' privacy in health care. A case scenario of a pregnant woman from an antenatal setting has been integrated to support the concept of privacy in promoting and advocating patients' right.
Isra Medical Journal
Ali, T. S.
(2009). How important is patient privacy? A reflection. Isra Medical Journal, 1(3), 85-87.
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