Rogue Approaches in Medical Education
Nixon, Lois LaCivita
JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ETHICS 1992 Winter; 3(4): 304-306
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Nixon, Lois LaCivita; Wear, Delese (1992)The humanities tell us about our separate and collective journeys from birth to death. But in that telling, the humanities do not provide certainty....Such inquiry fits well with Botkin's proposition that medical education ...
Nixon, Lois LaCivita; Wear, Delese (1991)...We have selected several literary examples that portray the reactions of patients who have been informed "correctly," if not antiseptically, of the medical implications of the processes they are about to undergo, within ...