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Can healthcare professionals (HCPs) date patients? The simple answer is: no. The complex answer is: maybe, it depends. To a HCP – if the lover is a patient – it can be complex and unethical. But, should society be more liberal to this? MIMS Today sits down with a few experts to discuss this issue.


A day filled with affection, chocolates and maybe, candlelight dinner. Love is in the air, indeed. While Valentine’s Day is supposedly a day where couples spend quality time together—yet, somewhere out there, some healthcare professionals, who are constantly tied up with back-to-back schedule and long working hours, may find it difficult to find time for dating. This #ValentinesDaySpecial, we take a look at the ‘roadblocks’ that are getting in the way—keeping a HCP from getting a date.


Stethee, the world’s first stethoscope built with an artificial intelligence (AI) system will be produced in Malaysia through a collaboration with M3DICINE, an Australian private medical device design and manufacturing company.


Healthcare is a non-stop 24-hour industry that holds people's lives in balance. While workers in many sectors of the economy can leave their desks if an emergency arises, the same cannot be said for an ICU nurse who knows that she is leaving the unit short staffed.


Nurses are the patient’s most ardent supporters – they never walk out when patients are down and out; they celebrate when they are up and going. Although, they are the caregivers who have the most contact with patients, the recognition for the worth of their work is somehow, still lacking.


Under- and over-oxygenation both carry negative consequences that may impact the child’s life forever. In this article, we discuss and dissect the practice of oxygen administration in infants.


NHS can no longer afford to lose overseas staffs due to Brexit, NHS Providers reports. It calls on UK government ministers to take immediate measures in boosting overseas recruitment for NHS staffing and persuading existing EU staffs to remain.


A new Norwegian study finds that use of painkiller during pregnancy may result in child being born with ADHD; however, a number of experts beg to differ.


Medical scrubs, the official uniform of healthcare practitioners around the world may be simple—but, the industry is worth billions.


Airbnb is a renowned economical choice for holiday and travel accommodation. But, can the same concept be the answer to solve the overcrowding problem in hospitals?


As healthcare begins to adopt a new team-based approach, the word “doctor” can mean more than just one person. How does the actual doctor – and their patients – get accustomed to this new model?
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To love or not to love: Debating a romantic HCP-patient relationship

Can healthcare professionals (HCPs) date patients? The simple answer is: no. The complex answer is: maybe, it depends. To a HCP – if the lover is a patient – it can be complex and unethical. But, should society be more liberal to this? MIMS Today sits down with a few experts to discuss this issue.