The Moral Orientations of Justice and Care among Young Physicians

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High moral standards and adherence to a moral code have long been strong tenets of the profession of medicine, even though there have been occasional lapses that have led to renewed calls for a revitalization of moral integrity in medicine. Certainly, a moral component has generally been held to be an important aspect of the concept of a physician
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DOI 10.1017/S0963180103121068
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