Conference on Human Values in Medicine for the Six Medical Schools of Philadelphia
Pellegrino, Edmund D.
McElhinney, Thomas K.
Over a period of four years the Institute on Human Values in Medicine has conducted many conferences and visits on medical campuses designed to encourage the development of teaching programs in human values in medical education. The Philadelphia area has six medical schools within the city limits. This circumstance provided an unusual opportunity for the Institute to have a specially focused conference in which the efforts of the six individual schools might be examined and areas for cooperative effort explored. The Institute worked in collaboration with The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, which has a distinguished reputation and is in a position to bring together all of the medical schools
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