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Tag Archives: Medical School
Center Director and Professor Dr. Tom Tomlinson is co-author of an article in the open access e-journal MedEdPublish. The article, “Reframing Professionalism: The Virtuous Professional,” was written by College of Human Medicine faculty members William Wadland, Margaret Thompson, Donna Mulder, … Continue reading
This post is a part of our Bioethics in the News series. For more information, click here. By Joel Maurer, MD In February 2013 while visiting the University of California-Riverside, I presented a program on how to best prepare for medical school. … Continue reading
Allan Loup of the University of Michigan Medical School to discuss the obligations of researchers at January webinar
Are Researchers Ever Obligated to Provide Individual Research Findings to Non-participant Third Parties? Event flyer: Loup Flyer A consensus is emerging that, in some circumstances, researchers have obligations to return individual research results to research participants. Recent methodological advances in … Continue reading