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Issues in Dental Ethics

  title={Issues in Dental Ethics},
  author={S. Ralls and B. Baum and N. Becker and D. Gregory and E. Curtis and Kent W. Fletcher and S. Gold and Theresa S Gonzales and B. S. Graham and F. Miranda},
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The role of competence and capacity in relation to consent for treatment in adult patients
This paper aims to aid the clinician to better understand the concept of patient competency and capacity in relation to obtaining valid consent. Expand


A four-year curriculum in professional ethics and law for dental students.
A course blending lectures and small group discussion is taught each year, focusing on the issues facing students relevant to the students' stage of professional development, culminating with an Ethics Round in which students present a personal patient-based ethics case. Expand
Learning Outcomes for Ethics Across the Curriculum Programs
  • D. Ozar
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • 2001
This paper discusses undergraduate ethics education from the point of view of a learning-outcomes-centered approach to curriculum design. It aims to identify the kinds of learning-outcomes thatExpand
Postconventional Moral Thinking: A Neo-Kohlbergian Approach
Contents: Preface. Overview of Our Neo-Kohlbergian Approach. Psychological and Philosophical Challenges to Kohlberg's Approach. A Neo-Kohlbergian Approach Based on the DIT. Validity and ReliabilityExpand