Medical Ethics

Medical ethics is a set of moral principles and judgments as they apply to the practice of medicine. The set of values include the respect for autonomy, non-maleficence, beneficence, and justice. These principles permit specialists, doctors, and families to make a treatment design and work towards a similar shared objective with no conflict and these four values are of equivalent worth. 

  • Clinical Ethics
  • Medical Laws
  • Risk Management
  • Professional Standards of Care
  • Litigation Process
  • Code of Medical Ethics
  • Patient Rights
  • Doctors’ Rights
  • Ethical Aspects of E-Medicine
  • Ethical Aspects of Toxicology
  • Ethical Education
  • Medical Ethics and Law: Patents
  • Medical Ethics in Surgery
  • Others

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