The previous chapter dealt with physicians as moral agents and decisionmakers. It presupposed physician-patient interaction as the context of moral deliberation and choice, and it addressed the physician as a clinician and provider of care.
KeywordsMedical Student Medical Education Moral Reasoning Moral Agent Teaching Ethic
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