Everyday Ethics in Internal Medicine Resident Clinic: An Opportunity to Teach
Carrese, Joseph A
McDonald, Erin L
Taylor, Holly A
Catherine Beach, Mary
Hughes, Mark T
Medical education 2011 Jul; 45(7): 712-21
Being a good doctor requires competency in ethics. Accordingly, ethics education during residency training is important. We studied the everyday ethics-related issues (i.e. ordinary ethics issues commonly faced) that internal medical residents encounter in their out-patient clinic and determined whether teaching about these issues occurred during faculty preceptor-resident interactions.
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