Belkin Reflection On Care

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Reflection on Care (Belkin 212-253)
As I read this section of Belkin, I noticed that a reoccurring theme was the quality of care that Armando received from various professional on the healthcare team, based on their level of affinity towards him; for example, Mary Coffey the occupational therapist, went above and beyond the call of duty “to fight the bureaucracy for a new chair”, while it is implied that other unnamed professionals disliked Armando (which we can assume affects the way they treat him). This quality of care variance relates to the debate of whether medicine is an art, a science, or both.
As a nursing student I believe that my future profession and others in the medical field encompass both aspects of art, and science as many

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