Towards Effective Outcomes in Teaching, Learning and Assessment of Law in Medical Education
Medical education 2011 Apr; 45(4): 339-46
Law is slowly emerging as a core subject area in medical education, alongside content on the ethical responsibilities of doctors to protect and promote patient health and well-being. Curriculum statements have begun to advise on core content and methods for organising teaching and assessment. However, no comprehensive overview of approaches to the delivery of this law curriculum has been undertaken.
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