How To Apply Ethical Principles When Involving Patients in Clinical Teaching

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Author (s): Laura Duerden, Gill Salmon, Stephen Usher & Mohamed Alshahrani

This How to highlights the potential issues that can arise when involving patients in clinical teaching.  Communication is crucial, by taking appropriate patient consent and informing patients about trainee and student involvement, many of the potential ethical concerns can be addressed.

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