1. A physician unexpectedly meets one of his female patients while waiting for a table at a restaurant. They are both alone and decide to have dinner together. At the end of dinner, the physician asks the woman if she would like to spend the night with him, and they proceed to have a consenting sexual relationship. What, ethically speaking, is the best advice for this physician? Click on the circle next to your answer choice A. He is free to engage in a sexual relationship with a patient if that person has consented. B. He can rely on the woman, who is an adult, to make her own choices. C. He is prohibited from having a sexual relationship with a current patient. D. He can continue to have a romantic relationship with her and give her medical care, provided that this care is on an intermittent basis. E. He can have a sexual relationship with her and treat her as a patient, provided that the state licensing board is informed of this relationship. The answer is pretty obvious (C), but I'm curious to hear what everyone would do in reality.