Dating a nurse
When I asked him hours later where he got his patience, he simply said that my tantrum was nothing compared to the family drama he had to manage at work whenever there were not-so-alarming cases in the ER.” – From Kim, Minnesota Nurses witness a lot of medical cases at work.
They know the right time to worry about your health and safety.
Similarly, a patient may not even remember the anesthesiologist who presided over his gallbladder surgery or the emergency department doctor who once stitched his finger.
"I think it depends in part on the type of physician and medical care," says a pediatrician.
“Unbelievably, my wife could sense if I had a bad day at work.
She would sit down and persuade me to talk about what was bothering me.
Goodman are less sympathetic and advise country doctors to "find someone in the next town over," rather than muddy the legal and ethical waters.
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Recognizing that, the American Psychiatric Association categorically prohibits sexual relationships with either current or former patients. "You definitely have to dissect the relationship," he says.
Needless to say, this is the first reason why nurses make great partners.
They naturally give compassionate care to the people they love.
Whereas many qualified their answers with caveats that they themselves would not engage in such a relationship and that "99.9% of the time" having a relationship with a patient is verboten, "there are weird instances in life when I can see this happening," wrote one general surgeon.
"Of course, the physician-patient relationship would have to end." Many make the important distinction that the intimacy or longevity of the professional relationship plays a large role in determining the ethics of the personal one.