Patient Involvement in Clinical Teaching: Teaching Medical Ethics Symposium
Grant, Valerie J.
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1994 Dec; 20(4): 244-250.
This paper presents findings from a longitudinal study of patient refusals (as reported by graduating medical students) to take part in the teaching function of public hospitals. Results from a smaller study of non-patients' attitudes are also reported. Findings are discussed in terms of patients' rights, issues of personal privacy, medical education, and the public good.
Altruism; Attitudes; Communication; Consent; Education; Ethics; Hospitals; Informed Consent; Medical Education; Medical Ethics; Medical Specialties; Medical Students; Medicine; Methods; Motivation; Obstetrics and Gynecology; Patient Care; Patient Participation; Patients; Patients' Rights; Privacy; Psychological Stress; Public Hospitals; Public Opinion; Rights; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Students; Survey;
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