Kuczewski, Mark G.
September 2010
Diametros: An Online Journal of Philosophy;Dec2010, Issue 25, p30
Academic Journal
The article presents an overview of the development of educational strategies in biomedical ethics in medical schools and residency programs in the U.S. As stated, the incorporation of biomedical ethics education into the larger professionalism movement holds promise for improving the ethical and interpersonal aspects of the physician-patient relationship. It states that only elite ethics programs that undertook significant faculty development efforts were able to offer clinical ethics education during the clinical year in the U.S.


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