A Medical Ethical Reasoning Model and Its Contributions to Medical Education
Harasym, Peter H
Medical education 2010 Sep; 44(9): 864-73
Ethical reasoning in medicine is not well understood and medical educators often find it difficult to justify what and how they teach and assess in medical ethics. To facilitate the development of moral values and professional conduct, a model of ethical reasoning was created. The purposes of this paper are to describe the ethical reasoning model and to indicate how it can be used to foster moral and ethical behaviours.
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