Laura Roberts, MD, MA

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  • DEVELOPMENT OF A TEACHING PROGRAM IN CLINICAL MEDICAL-ETHICS AT THE UNIVERSITY-OF-CHICAGO ACADEMIC MEDICINE Walker, R. M., LANE, L. W., Siegler, M. 1989; 64 (12): 723-729

    Abstract:

    The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine has developed and evaluated an extensive teaching program in clinical ethics coordinated primarily through the Center for Clinical Medical Ethics. The program provides medical students with a foundation in medical ethics during the four years of medical school and augments the clinical ethics knowledge and teaching skills of the housestaff and clinical faculty at the University of Chicago. Together, medical student teaching and clinical faculty development have made clinical ethics an integral part of medical education at the University of Chicago. Through these efforts, the teaching program aims to incorporate clinical ethics considerations into medical decisions and in this way contribute to improving patient care. (A detailed overview of all clinical ethics instruction at the school is provided.)

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