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Third-year medical students' participation in and perceptions of unprofessional behaviors.
Conflict and emotional exhaustion in obstetrician-gynaecologists: a national survey.
Obstetrician-gynaecologists' opinions about conscientious refusal of a request for abortion: results from a national vignette experiment.
Relevance of the rationalist-intuitionist debate for ethics and professionalism in medical education.
US primary care physicians' opinions about conscientious refusal: a national vignette experiment.
Whistle-blowing in Medical School: A National Survey on Peer Accountability and Professional Misconduct in Medical Students.
Courage and Compassion: Virtues in Caring for So-Called "Difficult" Patients.
Project on the Good Physician: Further Evidence for the Validity of a Moral Intuitionist Model of Virtuous Caring.
Moral Controversy and Working with Colleagues with a Shared Ethical/Moral Outlook: A National Survey of US Primary Care Physicians.
"Can virtue be taught?": a content analysis of medical students' opinions of the professional and ethical challenges to their professional identity formation.