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College: College of Medical Sciences
School: School of Medical Practice
Current version: 100327
Delivery Method: Classroom lecture
Assessment Method: Classroom Discussion
Class Status: ACTIVE
Class Length: 25 minutes + Discussion
Synopsis: A class which discusses the critically important subject of Medical Ethics
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Material used in this specific class was inspired, copied and/or summarised from the sources referenced below, and various Star Trek films, television episodes and licensed works.
- (ENG) Richard M. Zaner. Philosophy and Medicine. ISBN 1 -55608-053-0
- (ENG) Alastair Campbell, Grant Gillett, Gareth Jones. Medical Ethics. ISBN 978-5-9704-0413-3
- (ENG) John Reynold Williams. Manual Medicine Ethic. 5-9704-0115-3
- (RUS) Mikhail Yarovinskiy. Medical ethics (Bioethics). Students' Materials. ISBN 5-225-03947-2
- (RUS) Ivan Makshanov. Medical deonthology. ISBN 985-06-0393-3
- Hippocratic Oath - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hippocratic_Oath
- Medical Ethics - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_Ethics
- Primum Non Nocere - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primum_non_nocere