Ethical and Legal Aspects in Teaching Students of Medicine
Science and Engineering Ethics 2005 January; 11(1): 75-80
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Teaching Medical Ethics to Medical Students: Moral, Legal, Psychological and Philosophical Aspects Neitzke, Gerald (1999)Teaching medical ethics to medical students requires a mixture of the moral, legal, psychological and philosophical aspects of the subject. The experiences of a teaching programme at Hannover Medical School will be described. ...
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An Approach to Teaching Ethical, Legal, and Psychosocial Aspects of Gynecologic Oncology in a Residency Program Strong, Carson; Miller, Brigitte E.; Photopulos, Guy J.; Smiley, Linda M. (1997-01)An approach to teaching ethical, legal, and psychosocial issues in gynecologic oncology has been integrated into an obstetrics and gynecology residency program. Team-teaching is used, involving gynecologic oncology faculty ...