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Ethics and Behavior 7 (1):15 – 26 (1997)
|Abstract||Three goals of teaching medical ethics to physicians are reviewed., Components of a basic course in medical ethics are described with special attention to the roles of case conferences, ethics rounds, and role modeling. Obstacles to teaching ethics are also addressed.|
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