Current affiliation: Yale UniversitySubject: Medicine And Medical SciencesPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:AstrocytePublication date:2015-01-01
In the current Indian medical practice, consent is not well understood, and practical obstacles tend to hinder meaningful applications of the conce...
Published in:Investigación en Educación MédicaPublication date:2015-07-01
Professionalism uses the language of ethics and yet there is no real clarity on how these subject fit, one with another.
Published in:Investigación en Educación MédicaPublication date:2014-10-01
The paper offers practical suggestions for integrating ethics, law and professionalism into medical curricula.
Published in:The Clinical TeacherPublication date:2012-03-08
Sometimes, medical educators have to respond to cases of poor professionalism. This paper considers the criteria for making judgements and respondi...
Published in:Asia Pacific Family MedicinePublication date:2011-01-01
Patients with culture-bound symptoms are not uncommon within primary care in India or in other Asian countries and communities. We argue that such ...
Published in:Journal of Medical EthicsPublication date:2002-12-01
Protections for patients without capacity used to be poor under English law, with too much reliance made on 'best interests'.
Published in:Clinical Ethics in PediatricsPublication date:Not available
Children's' rights, parental rights, and rights of the treating physician sometimes come into conflict on questions of belief.
Published in:MedEdPORTAL PublicationsPublication date:2009-01-01
Developing a model for teaching medical ethics and law to doctors in training, with materials for practical use in the classroom.
Published in:AnaesthesiaPublication date:2004-05-12
The anaesthetist faces some particular difficulties, whether working in the labour ward, the ICU, the operating theatre or the trial setting, and c...
Published in:The Clinical TeacherPublication date:2013-01-07
Question and answer approaches to the subject of teaching professionalism and dealing with cases of poor behaviour.
Published in:The Clinical TeacherPublication date:2013-05-09
Clinical electives do not always have well-defined aims, and there is no single model that determines how they should be run. Using question and an...