“The soul of medicine is seen in the clinical encounter with the patient who, having become ill, presents to the physician asking for help and where the physician responds, using all of the skills and knowledge she has accumulated, in attending that patient within a context of ethical relationship, equality and mutual trust.”

Miles, A., Elliott, J., Caballero, F. (2015). Towards a person-centered medical education: challenges and imperatives. Educacion Medica, 16(1).

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