Facilitators' guide for teaching medical ethics to undergraduate students in medical colleges in the South-East Asia Region
AbstractDescription: An expert group meeting to review and finalize the Handbook and Facilitators' Guide on Medical Ethics was organized by the WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia (WHO/SEARO) in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on 27-30 October 2009. Experts in teaching of ethics from Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand and Sri Lanka participated in the meeting and reviewed the two documents namely, the Handbook and the Facilitators' Guide. These two documents have been developed at the recommendation of the Second Meeting of the Network of Medical Councils of the South-East Asia Region held in Chiang Mai, Thailand, in November 2008. The Facilitators' Guide has been prepared to help in teaching medical ethics to undergraduate medical students according to the curriculum developed by WHO/SEARO and endorsed by the network of medical councils of the Region.
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia. (2010). Facilitators' guide for teaching medical ethics to undergraduate students in medical colleges in the South-East Asia Region. WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/205040
Gov't Doc #SEA-HSD-330
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