Medical, Health-Science Students Bring Different Perspectives to Interdisciplinary Ethics Course
Canadian Medical Association Journal. 1997 May 1; 156(9): 1317-1318.
The University of British Columbia offers a unique health care ethics course to students in 12 disciplines, including medicine. Organizers say the course addresses the "traditional separatism" in health-sciences teaching that for too long has been characterized by a lack of interdisciplinary collaboration.
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