Vol V, Issue 3 Date of Publication: July 29, 2020
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20529/IJME.2020.083

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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
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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