CABGs and Kings: Relevance and Realism in the Teaching of Clinical Ethics in Camberwell
Journal of Medical Ethics 1987 September; 13(3): 157-159
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Higgs, Roger (1987-09)The author describes and evaluates two methods developed and used over a ten-year period at London's King's College Hospital Medical School to teach clinical ethics to medical students. One method included an eight-part course ...
Ashcroft, Richard; Baron, Dennis; Benatar, Solomon; Bewley, Susan; Boyd, Kenneth; Caddick, Jeremy; Campbell, Alastair; Cattan, A.; Clayden, Graham; Day, Albert; Dlugolecka, Maria; Dickenson, Donna; Doyal, Len; Draper, Heather; Farsides, Bobbie; von Fragstein, Martin; Fulford, Ken; Gillon, Raanan; Goodman, Dane; Harpwood, Vivienne; Harris, John; Haughton, Peter; Healy, Peter; Higgs, Roger; Hope, Anthony (1998-06)