BMA Provides “Ethics Toolkit for Students”

The British Medical Association has released an “ethics toolkit for students” to introduce new clinicians to common ethical issues and potential ways to tackle those issues.  Topics include key concepts, autonomy, communication, informed consent, and confidentiality.  Read more here.

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