1.3.3 Be Respectful

Healthcare providers have a responsibility to uphold the rights of their patients. This includes respecting the patient’s autonomy, privacy, and confidentiality; providing informed consent; and ensuring that the patient is treated with dignity and respect. 

It is crucial to keep the patient’s needs first before all else. Treating patients with respect and dignity is vital. There is no room for harassment, offensive language, abuse of any form, or other discriminatory behavior.

Moreover, healthcare providers should strive to provide their patients with the best possible care, considering their individual needs, preferences, and values. 

Additionally, healthcare providers must be honest and transparent with their patients, providing accurate and up-to-date information on treatments and procedures.

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