The changing landscape of care: does ethics education have a new role to play in health practice?

BMC Medical Ethics 16 (1):22 (2015)

Abstract

In the UK, higher education and health care providers share responsibility for educating the workforce. The challenges facing health practice also face health education and as educators we are implicated, by the way we design curricula and through students’ experiences and their stories

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