Regression of Moral Reasoning During Medical Education: Combined Design Study to Evaluate the Effect of Clinical Study Years
PloS one 2011 March 30; 6(3): e17406
Moral reasoning is important for developing medical professionalism but current evidence for the relationship between education and moral reasoning does not clearly apply to medical students. We used a combined study design to test the effect of clinical teaching on moral reasoning.
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