Learning to play God: a call for training OB-GYN residents in reproductive ethics
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In this unique time of technological advancement in medicine and the culture of public discourse that surrounds it, trainees in obstetrics and gynecology require more intensive education in medical ethics to appropriately guide patient decision-making and to become more responsible voices in such an ethically complex field.
KeywordsObstetrics Gynecology Reproductive ethics Medical education
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