Ethical and Professional Conduct of Medical Students: Review of Current Assessment Measures and Controversies
Journal of Medical Ethics 2004 April; 30(2): 221-226
As medical education increasingly acknowledges the importance of the ethical and professional conduct of practitioners, and moves towards more formal assessment of these issues, it is important to consider the evidence base which exists in this area. This article discusses literature about the health needs and problems experienced by medical practitioners as a background to a review of the current efforts in medical education to promote ethical conduct and develop mechanisms for the detection and remediation of problems.
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