AMA J Ethics 2020 05 1;22(5):E437-438. Epub 2020 May 1.
First-year resident in the AnMed Health Family Medicine Residency Program in Anderson, South Carolina.
Sir Luke Fildes' , exhibited in 1891, is a classic work, celebrated for presenting a physician's posture, presence, and concentration before a patient. This reimagination of Fildes' work responds to modern demands on the patient-clinician relationship while suggesting the persistence of this relationship's sanctity.