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The Moral Determinants of Health: Leading A Transformation in Healthcare

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The Moral Determinants of Health - A Handbook for Leading a Transformation in Healthcare

We will never get to a healthy society only by addressing sickness. Clinicians have a unique responsibility to look at other factors, such as the social and moral determinants of health, in order to provide patients with better outcomes.

The nature of the sacred doctor-patient relationship means we must take responsibility for leading a moral transformation in how we think about and deliver healthcare in this country 

The statistics on hunger, homelessness, incarceration and the isolation of our elders should be cause enough for a moral transformation—but why should physicians be concerned with leading change in such areas?

This eBook discusses why physicians are well-suited to lead a transformation in healthcare and ways they can become more actively involved in doing so.

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