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    Attributes of a Good Nurse.Rahime Aydin Er, Mine Sehiralti & Aslihan Akpinar - 2017 - Nursing Ethics 24 (2):238-250.
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    Attributes of a Good Physician: What Are the Opinions of First-Year Medical Students?M. Sehiralti, A. Akpinar & N. Ersoy - 2010 - Journal of Medical Ethics 36 (2):121-125.
    Background Undergraduate medical education is beginning to concern itself with educating students about professional attributes as well as about clinical knowledge and skills. Defining these characteristics, and in particular seeking the help of the students themselves to define them, can be a useful starting point when considering how to incorporate aspects of professional behaviour into the medical curricula. Method This study explores the views of first-year medical students at Kocaeli University Faculty of Medicine in the 2007–8 academic year. The students (...)
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    Decisions of Psychiatric Nurses About Duty to Warn, Compulsory Hospitalization, and Competence of Patients.Mine Sehiralti & A. Er Rahime - 2013 - Nursing Ethics 20 (1):41-50.
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    Ethical Evaluation of the Website-Based Promotion and Advertisements for in Vitro Fertilisation Services in Turkey.M. Karatas, M. Sehiralti, S. Gorkey & T. Guven - 2011 - Journal of Medical Ethics 37 (8):510-511.
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    Comparing Assessments of the Decision-Making Competencies of Psychiatric Inpatients as Provided by Physicians, Nurses, Relatives and an Assessment Tool.Rahime Aydin Er & Mine Sehiralti - 2014 - Journal of Medical Ethics 40 (7):453-457.
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    Comparing Assessments of the Decision-Making Competencies of Psychiatric Inpatients as Provided by Physicians, Nurses, Relatives and an Assessment Tool.Rahime Er & Mine Sehiralti - 2014 - Journal of Medical Ethics 40 (7):453-457.
    Objective To compare assessments of the decision-making competencies of psychiatric inpatients as provided by physicians, nurses, relatives and an assessment tool.Methods This study was carried out at the psychiatry clinic of Kocaeli University Hospital from June 2007 to February 2008. The decision-making competence of the 83 patients who participated in the study was assessed by physicians, nurses, relatives and MacCAT-T.Results Of the 83 patients, the relatives of 73.8% of them, including the parents of 47.7%, were interviewed during the study. A (...)
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