This commentary responds to a case in which a senior resident physician, an attending physician, and a medical student who is a person of color treat a patient expressing racial bias. By applying affect labeling (naming of emotions), this commentary illustrates how to balance patient preferences with a duty to treat and demands of justice in a way that can be healing for all stakeholders.
Mitchell, C. D. (2019). How should clinicians and trainees respond to each other and to patients whose views or behaviors are offensive? AMA Journal of Ethics, 21(6), 480–484. https://doi.org/10.1001/amajethics.2019.480
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