Global medical ethics
Medical ethics manual: does it serve its purpose?
World Medical Association. Ethics manual. Ferney-Voltaire: WMA, 2005. http://www.wma.net/e/ethicsunit/pdf/manual/ethics_manual.pdf (available for download). This manual of medical ethics is meant to serve the purpose of a guiding teaching aid for medical students as well as physicians. It was decided upon and planned by the World Medical Assembly in 1999 and the work was supervised and coordinated by the WMA Ethics Unit.
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