An assessment of unprofessional behavior among surgical residents on Facebook: a warning of the dangers of social media. Breaching boundaries in ways that exploit patients or serve the doctor’s needs can undermine treatment, harm patients, and result in serious professional consequences. Keeping one’s emotional life out of treatment helps prevent exploitation of patients and fosters a sense of safety and assurance that the physician is acting solely with the patient’s interest in mind. An evidence-based approach to an ancient pursuit: systematic review on converting online contact into a first date. When patients are normal people: strategies for managing dual relationships.
Providing a foundation for a satisfying relationship: a direct test of warranting versus selective self-presentation as predictors of attraction to online dating profiles. Buckingham Palace has twice issued denials that Prince Andrew slept with Virginia Roberts on three occasions between 19, in London, New York, and on a private Caribbean island.Yesterday Sarah Ferguson praised her ex-husband as "the best man in the world".Jeffrey Epstein "may be the most dangerous sexual predator the [US] has ever seen" according to claims in a recently revealed lawyer's letter, as it emerges that the FBI allegedly possesses "secret documents" about the American billionaire that could provide evidence for under-age "sex slave" accusations against him.Epstein is accused of forcing a 17-year-old girl to have sex with Prince Andrew, Duke of York – a claim Buckingham Palace has denied. The concept of boundaries in clinical practice: theoretical and risk-management dimensions.