Bioethics 3.2

2. The following are two important arguments leveled against the right of conscientious objection for healthcare providers:
  • Such conscientious objectors violate their duty of care to their patients
  • Patients with the fewest viable alternatives for getting the care they seek are disproportionately likely to be harmed by such conscientious objection
Which aspect of the doctor-patient relationship is a core factor underlying BOTH of these concerns?

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