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Teaching medical ethics : a model

G D Ravindran, Rev. Fr T Kalam, S. Lewin, P Pais


To the best of our knowledge, medical ethics is not taught as a separate subject in Indian medical colleges. St John’s Medical College has a programme for teaching medical ethics to its undergraduate students. We describe here the structure of our programme, the syllabus and the teaching methodology. We feel that we have an effective way of teaching medical ethics at our medical college and would encourage other medical colleges to introduce the subject in their curriculum.

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