Current Arrangements for Teaching Medical Ethics to Undergraduate Medical Students
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1985 Mar; 11(1): 25-26.
The approach taken by London's St. George's Hospital Medical School in introducing the teaching of medical ethics is described. A small working group was established in June 1981 to consider how and what to teach to promote students' understanding of the role that the values of religion, law, and society play in the formation of ethical codes of medical practice. The group devised a syllabus, to be used in the early years of medical school, that focuses on ethical aspects of the doctor's personal conduct and of his or her relationship with patients, the medical profession, and society. (KIE abstract)
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