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Medical ethics education in India

G D Ravindran

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2008.006


Abstract

Medicine is one of the few professions that sets a code of behaviour for its practitioners. In the past the relationship between the doctor and patient was paternalistic. Today this has changed. Advancement of medical science and technology has made a tremendous impact on medical practice. Rising costs of medical care and scarce resources pose dilemmas to the practitioner of medicine.

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