Knowledge, attitude and practice the three pillars of excellence and wisdom: a place in the medical profession
AbstractKnowledge, attitude and practice constitute a triad of interactive factors characterized by dynamism and unique interdependence. Emphasis is laid, for each component of the triad, on the value of ethical conduct in raising the application of the component in real life to a peak. Special treatment is given to several important factors that can influence or control the course of practice in the medical profession. We consider in depth the conglomerate of information, education, communication and human resources development; the sociohumanistic elements of practice; modern technologies and technology transfer systems; environmental factors; and the capability of science and technology for forecasting and assessment
Badran, Ibrahim G. (1995). Knowledge, attitude and practice the three pillars of excellence and wisdom: a place in the medical profession. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/116905
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 1 (1), 8-16, 1995
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