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Ancient medical ethics and deontology under the prism of a modern researcher


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The interviewer is a second-year medical student at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki named Apostolos Verikios. The person interviewed is Associate Prof. Chrysanthi Sardeli, Clinical Pharmacology, School of Medicine, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Apostolos enquires Prof. Sardeli on the relation between ancient medical ethics/deontology and modern ethics and bioethics. This interview is directly linked to the Unit on the relation of philosophy and medicine in antiquity, since numerous ancient deontological issues are treated in the Educational unit, such as the proposed characteristics of a physician (character, knowledge, patient-doctor relation). It is believed that the modern standpoint and comparison is of great value.
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