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Habiba, Marwan A. (2000-06)The notion of consent which rose to the forefront in biomedical ethics as an attempt to safeguard patients' autonomy, is relatively new. The notion itself requires qualification, for it precludes neither duress nor ignorance. ...
Teaching Medicine as a Human Experience: A Patient-Doctor Relationship Course for Faculty and First-Year Medical Students Branch, William T.; Arky, Ronald A.; Woo, Beverly; Stoeckle, John D.; Levy, Donald B.; Taylor, William C. (1991-03-15)We developed a required, longitudinal course for first-year medical students that addressed the patient-doctor relationship. Our course linked understanding patients' experiences and perspectives on illness with listening to, ...