In the Eye of the Beholder: Can Looking at Art Improve Medical Students' Ability to Observe Patients?
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Building Medical Ethics Education to Improve Japanese Medical Students' Attitudes Toward Respecting Patients' Rights Saito, Yukiko; Kudo, Yasushi; Shibuya, Akitaka; Satoh, Toshihiko; Higashihara, Masaaki; Aizawa, Yoshiharu (2011)In medical education, it is important for medical students to develop their ethics to respect patients' rights. Some physicians might make light of patients' rights, because the increased awareness of such rights might ...
A Bill to Amend the Public Health Service Act to Authorize Financial Assistance for Projects and Programs to Train Physicians and Other Health Personnel to Identify and Deal With the Special Medical Problems Related to the Mentally Retarded And to Improve the Ability of Such Personnel to Provide Health Care to the Mentally Retarded. H.R. 1369, 96th Congress, 1st Session Unknown author (United States. Congress. House, 1979)
Reflective Ability and Moral Reasoning in Final Year Medical Students: A Semi-Qualitative Cohort Study Chalmers, Patricia; Dunngalvin, Audrey; Shorten, George (2011)Moral reasoning and reflective ability are important concepts in medical education. To date, the association between reflective ability and moral reasoning in medical students has not been measured.