Becoming a Good Doctor: The Place of Virtue and Character in Medical Ethics
Becoming a Good Doctor focuses on medical ethics in basic sense: the character traits and styles of practice we look for when we seek a doctor's help. This book will appeal to doctors and medical students for its sound application of the venerable tradition of virtue ethics to modern medical practice.
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