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Professional Trust In Osteopathy: A Theory For Educational Practice
This research, exploring a theory of professionalism in osteopathy, comes at an opportune moment when regulation and implications for practice are evolving in healthcare. The study sought to uncover the perceptions of osteopaths, students and patients as to their concept of professionalism and to seek a consensus on what this constitutes in osteopathy. It developed the PIECE theory of professional trust containing five key elements which are mediated by dialogue and touch used by the osteopath.doi:10.21954/ou.ro.0000ea16 fatcat:oiqbyumkkncwberdte7zcydvjy