The Holocaust, medicine and becoming a physician: the crucial role of education

@article{Reis2019TheHM,
  title={The Holocaust, medicine and becoming a physician: the crucial role of education},
  author={S. Reis and H. Wald and P. Weindling},
  journal={Israel Journal of Health Policy Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={8}
}
Learning about the abandonment of moral principles of healthcare professionals and scientists, their societies and academic institutions, to a murderous ideology yields fundamental concerns and global implications for present and future healthcare professionals’ education and practice. Medicine’s worst-case scenario raises deeply disturbing yet essential questions in the here and now: Could the Holocaust, one of the greatest evils ever perpetrated on humankind, have occurred without the… Expand
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