Methods of Teaching Medical Ethics at the University of Nottingham
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1985 Mar; 11(1): 27-28.
The approach to teaching medical ethics at the University of Nottingham medical school is described. Physicians from various departments are involved in the effort. Over the course of five years, the medical students have a wide variety of relevant learning experiences, including informal observation of physician patient encounters, lectures on medical ethics, discussion sessions, role playing as research subjects and experimenters, and special projects. (KIE abstract)
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