The Teaching of Medical Ethics From a Junior Doctor's Viewpoint
Law, Susan A.T.
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1985 Mar; 11(1): 37-38.
The author, a Royal Air Force junior physician participating in a General Medical Council conference, offers her views on the methods and reasons behind the teaching of medical ethics. She briefly addresses the issues of what medical ethics is, who shall be taught and who shall teach, and how and where instruction should take place. Law concludes that the teaching of medical ethics begins before medical school, with a sound upbringing, and that it should continue until a physician retires. (KIE abstract)
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