This book offers a unique guide to medical ethics and law for applicants to medical school, current medical students at all stages of their training, those attending postgraduate ethics courses and clinicians involved in teaching. It will also prove a useful guide for any healthcare professional with an interest in medical ethics and law. It provides comprehensive coverage of the core curriculum (as recently revised) and clear demonstration of how to pass examinations, both written and practical. The title also considers the ethical dilemmas that students can encounter during their training. This is an easy to use guid which sets out to provide comprehensive coverage of the recently revised core curriculum, consideration of the realities of medical student experiences and dilemmas with reference to recently published and new GMC guidance for medical students. The book gives practical guidance on applying ethics in the clinical years, how to approach all types of examinations and improvse confidence regarding the moral aspects of medicine in a single, portable volume that covers all stages of the medical student experience. In addition to the core curriculum, this book uniquely explains the special privileges and responsibilities of being a healthcare professional and explores how professional behaviour guidance from the General Medical Council applies to students and medical professionals.
The Worried Student's Guide to Medical Ethics and Law