Teaching Medical Ethics in Other Countries
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1985 Mar; 11(1): 22-24.
A survey is provided of the status of the teaching of medical ethics and bioethics in North American and Western European countries other than Great Britain. There has been an explosion in the formal teaching of medical ethics during the past 20 years, with the U.S. taking the lead in establishing interdisciplinary programs of education. Canada, the Netherlands, West Germany, France, Italy, Yugoslavia, Sweden, and Denmark are also discussed as having introduced courses in ethics into their medical curricula, most often at the graduate and continuing education levels. (KIE abstract)
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