Journal of Medical Ethics 23 (5):295-299 (1997)

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Grant Gillett
University of Otago
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Many senior doctors have had little in the way of formal ethics training, but express considerable interest in extending their education in this area. This paper is the report of an initiative in continuing medical education in which doctors were introduced to narrative ethics. We review the theoretical basis of narrative ethics, and the structure of and response to the two-day workshop
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DOI 10.1136/jme.23.5.295
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