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Knowledge and attitudes regarding medical ethics among junior medical graduates in a tertiary care hospital, Manipur: A cross-sectional study

Bishwalata Rajkumari , Haobam Danny Singh, Khaba Ojit , Tamphasana Thounaojam

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2020.083


Abstract

Training in medical ethics has been made mandatory in the undergraduate curriculum (1). The Medical Council of India (MCI) in 2002 released its revised Code of Ethics, a regulatory document on professional conduct, etiquette, and ethics of doctors (2).

Keywords: Medical ethics, knowledge, attitudes,

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