Teaching and Evaluation of Interpersonal Skills and Ethical Decision Making in Pediatrics
Pediatrics. 1987 May; 79(5): 829-833.
Children; Communication; Competence; Confidentiality; Counseling; Consent; Decision Making; Education; Ethics; Evaluation; Family Members; Humanism; Informed Consent; Interdisciplinary Communication; Internship and Residency; Medical Ethics; Methods; Organizational Policies; Organizations; Parental Consent; Parents; Paternalism; Patient Care; Patient Participation; Pediatrics; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Professional Competence; Professional Organizations; Professional Patient Relationship; Residency; Social Interaction; Teaching Methods;
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Unknown author (American Board of Pediatrics. Medical Ethics Subcommittee, 1987-05)
Francoeur, Robert T. (1984)Francoeur, a professor of biological sciences in the Allied Health Program at Fairleigh Dickinson University, has found that the prevailing case study approach to teaching bioethics does not work well with college students who ...
Francoeur, Robert T. (1983-08)