nocere

See: harm
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In his Nobel Prize speech, I told her, Oe identified the roots of the word innocence: in (not) and nocere (hurt), together meaning "not to hurt.
Before invoking self-determination as a moral principle, one must heed the diplomatic version of the Hippocratic Oath: Primum non nocere (first, do no harm).
As with the introduction of any new clinical tool, Primum Non Nocere rules the day: First, do no harm.
There are many more stories of immunotherapy to be told but in telling them, our common mission ought to be primum non nocere - first do no harm.
Primum non nocere (first, do no harm) is the basis of the ethical principle of non-maleficence.
Cuando un paciente se pone en manos de un cirujano, le esta confiando lo mas valioso que tiene: su vida, y si este profesional, por ignorancia, negligencia, deshonestidad, omision o impericia le ocasiona un problema, estara traicionando el juramento hipocratico: "primum non nocere " (primero no hacer dano).
Financial orientation must appreciate the basic primum non nocere as a conditio sine qua non postulate as well.
In our experience, counseling students who become ethically acculturated to the profession's code of ethics not only will adopt new, more sophisticated behaviors with regard to ethical issues such as informed consent and professional relationships, but also are likely to question how the ethical tenet of primum non nocere (first, do no harm) might inform a counselor's position on disaffirming environments when research has suggested that such environments have a detrimental impact on the well-being of sexual minorities.
The ancient medical dictum primum non nocere (first do no harm), cited by Richard Miller on the dedication page of his seminal book on singing, (5) and voiced in his many lectures, classes, and presentations, certainly applies to the vocal instrument itself, but, I think Richard would agree, goes far deeper than that.
As long as alternative therapies do no harm--premum non nocere, as the venerable medical maxim goes--and the placebo effect makes patients feel a bit better, what's the problem?
a drug or procedure) and that a basic tenet of medicine is primum non nocere, which is Latin for "first, do no harm.
In Ancient Greece, Hyppocrates stated that the main dictum a physician should follow is primarily to do no harm, primum non nocere.