Commentary: Moral Growth in Medical Students
Squier, Harriet A.
Foglio, John P.
Theoretical Medicine. 1995 Sep; 16(3): 281-289.
Knight has shown how the moral growth of medical students involves a spiritual journey. He may, however, present too sanguine a portrayal of the extent to which the medical education environment promotes this moral and spiritual growth. Medical school may indeed be more abusive than supportive. Admitting more women to medical school and teaching more humanities courses, while worthwhile, will not necessarily promote the goals that Knight appropriately advocates.
Bioethics; Compassion; Curriculum; Education; Empathy; Environment; Ethics; Faculty; Females; Goals; Health; Health Care; Humanities; Interprofessional Relations; Males; Medical Education; Medical Ethics; Medical Students; Medicine; Methods; Moral Development; Physicians; Primary Health Care; Sociology; Students; Teaching Methods; Virtues;
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