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- THE CONTEXT OF CARE
- THE PRINCIPLES OF HEALTH CARE AS APPLIED TO PATIENT-PHYSICIAN INTERACTIONS
- APPLICATION TO TEACHER-STUDENT INTERACTIONS
- BARRIERS TO OPTIMAL STUDENT CARE
- OPTIONS: EXIT AND VOICE
The asymmetry in power relations that exist between physicians and patients also exist between teachers and students. Thus, the dimensions of student care are analogous to those of patient care. The interactions between teachers and students are analyzed using the framework of the principles of beneficence (non-maleficence), autonomy, and justice, which have been generally applied to physician-patient interactions.