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Teaching bioethics to postgraduate students in a public sector university: A report from Karachi, Pakistan

Nazli Hussain

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2019.034


Abstract

Bioethics is not taught as a subject discipline in the undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum in Pakistan. Recently, medical colleges have introduced the behavioural sciences in the undergraduate curriculum, but this has its own limitations, as students are not examined at the end of course work, as in other subjects, which they have to clear in order to get promoted.

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