All U.S. medical schools require some medical ethics education and must now ensure that their graduates, residents, and faculty exhibit competence in the area of professionalism and professional medical ethics. However, there remain many challenges to implementing formal ethics and professionalism education into medical school curricula. [See PDF for complete abstract]
medical ethics, medical students, curriculum
Recommended CitationCitation Information:McGuire, Amy L. JD, PhD; McCullough, Laurence B. PhD; and Brody, Baruch A. PhD, "Operationalizing Professionalism: A Course in Ethical Decision Making" (2007).
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