medical ethics

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  • medical ethics — the branch of applied ethics relating to moral behaviour in medical practice and clinical research. The historical evidence suggests that healers have always been concerned with ethical questions: evidence of such concern can be seen in the… …   The new mediacal dictionary

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  • ethics, morals — Ethics is used to refer to a system of moral principles, as one might mention legal ethics, medical ethics, or the ethics of this community. Morals refers to standards or accepted customs of conduct and generally applies to right living in a… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

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