Five Ethical Doctrines for Medical Education
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1982 Mar; 8(1): 37-39.
Five doctrines are propounded for augmenting the medical curriculum to incorporate a respect for the human values and rights innate to the practice of medicine. Educational goals leading to the graduation of competent physicians must be satisfied. A high standard of care must be taught, in a setting that preserves the integrity of the doctor-patient relationship. Skills in cost-effectiveness analysis should be developed. Finally, the curriculum should, by example and instruction, foster good interpersonal relationships involving the patient and all members of the health care team. (KIE abstract)
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