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“…In light of the frequency with which physicians encounter ethical dilemmas and handle them on their own, it is important that health care organizations focus considerable effort on teaching ethics and training clinicians to resolve ethical dilemmas. While much has been written about ethics curricula in medical training, 20–26 the results of this study highlight the need to provide and evaluate ethics education in medical school, residency, or subsequently in continuing education programs.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…In light of the frequency with which physicians encounter ethical dilemmas and handle them on their own, it is important that health care organizations focus considerable effort on teaching ethics and training clinicians to resolve ethical dilemmas. While much has been written about ethics curricula in medical training, 20–26 the results of this study highlight the need to provide and evaluate ethics education in medical school, residency, or subsequently in continuing education programs.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Most importantly, physicians with the least training and experience are the least likely to have access to and request ethics consultative advice. In light [20][21][22][23][24][25][26] the results of this study highlight the need to provide and evaluate ethics education in medical school, residency, or subsequently in continuing education programs. Second, physicians encounter different types of ethical dilemmas to varying extents depending upon their subspecialty.…”
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“…For example, case-based learning is promoted as a method for teaching ethics in professional school settings, as is small group discussion for enhancing studentfaculty dialogue. [6][7] This article will describe the shortterm impact of a multifaceted approach used at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) School of Dentistry for formal ethics instruction. This approach used a variety of strategies including casebased and team-based learning, with the addition of a community-based service-learning component to enrich the students' learning experience.…”
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“…3 Perkins et al suggest that the best means of teaching medical ethics is via true patient cases. 15 This approach appears to be endorsed by most dental educators as a means of capturing the attention of its students and making ethics instruction clinically relevant. Optimal ethics and law education in medical schools has recently emphasized the need for student-instructor interaction, particularly elicited from case-based approaches that enhance clinical relevance.…”
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