This journal only 2016, Number S1 Rev CONAMED 2016; 21 (S1) The doctor-patient relationship or the human sense of healthcare practice González QC Full text How to cite this article Language: Spanish References: 0 Page: 3-6 PDF size: 749.48 Kb. Key words: Relationship, medical, patient, person, values, attitudes, humanize and humanization, anthropology, ethics and bioethics. ABSTRACT The doctor-patient relationship has been and continues to be the axis of health care. The context of that relationship is bounded by the degree of knowledge, skills and attitudes that shape your human sense. The different models of this relationship have changed a lot over time and keep alive the question of what should be the ideal relationship. And the nature of the doctor-patient relationship, perhaps better called today "clinical-care" or "health", objectively shows the type of person that we are each one of us. In the background, it is here in game is that human height of its protagonists, or what is the same, the professional and ethical quality of each person.