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Clarifying the Clinical Experiences of the Students of Anesthesiology at Golestan University of Medical Sciences Regarding Medical Ethics in the Operating Theater
Maliheh Alhavaz, Leila Mahasti Jouybari, Nafiseh Hekmati pour, Akram Sanagu , Ladan Fazli, Fozieh Bakhsha, SeyyedYaghub Jafari
Associate Professor, Gorgan,Iran , a_sanagu@yahoo.com
Abstract:   (3580 Views)

Background and objectives

theaters and are not in appropriate conditions and need further support. Therefore, this study was conducted

with an objective to explain medical ethics in the operating theater and the clinical experiences of the students

of anesthesiology.

: Clinical students should become familiar with medical ethics and its principles from the beginning, observing it in their relationships with patients, in particular, the patients who are in operating

Methods:

University of Medical Sciences were studied using a purposive sampling method. The inclusion criteria of

the students included passing at least one semester of clinical experience in the ope

In this qualitative study with a phenomenological approach, 50 students of anesthesiology at Golestanrating theater, and having

inclination for participation in the study. The data collection tool was semi-structured interviews. The data were

analyzed using the conventional content analysis method. The data were analyzed in a regular three-phase pro

that is, open coding, axial coding and selective coding.

cess,

Results:

main theme derived from this study was that the patient is in the trust of us.

The themes concluded from this study for explaining medical ethics in the operating theater included trustworthiness, having a chaste look, confidentiality, observing the patient’s privacy and their clothing. The

Conclusion:

The results showed that the students of anesthesiology consider the patient as a member of their own family, and attempt to take care of the patient, who is in sensitive conditions, in the best possible way.
Keywords: Medical Ethics, Operating Room, Patient, Experiences of anesthesiology students
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Type of Study: Qualitative | Subject: General
Received: 2014/09/7 | Accepted: 2014/09/7 | Published: 2014/09/7
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Alhavaz M, Jouybari L M, Hekmati pour N, Sanagu A, Fazli L, Bakhsha F et al . Clarifying the Clinical Experiences of the Students of Anesthesiology at Golestan University of Medical Sciences Regarding Medical Ethics in the Operating Theater. Hakim Jorjani J. 2013; 1 (2) :47-55
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