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The bioethics educational gap in GME

Residency Program Alert, October 14, 2019

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by Michelle R. Armstrong, M.A.Ed., C-TAGME, residency and fellowship program coordinator, Loyola University Medical Center

Is the medical professional still considered a trusted profession? The concepts of altruism, compassion, and integrity are ethical behaviors associated with physicians, but in the past two decades, these virtues have been up for discussion within GME. A young practicing physician's ability to create a respectful, trustworthy, and open environment with patients will contribute to sound medical decisions. Role acceptance in a physician's career can set the standard of care.

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