Thematic Analysis of Military Medical Ethics Publications From 2000 to 2020-A Bibliometric Approach.

  title={Thematic Analysis of Military Medical Ethics Publications From 2000 to 2020-A Bibliometric Approach.},
  author={Zachary Bailey and Peter Mahoney and Marina Miron and Martin Bricknell},
  journal={Military medicine},
INTRODUCTION There has been external criticism of the compliance of military health personnel with internationally agreed principles in military medical ethics (MME). In response, a number of authors have called for clarity on the principles and topics within the domain of MME. This complements an increased acknowledgment of the need for education in MME for military health personnel. Our paper utilizes bibliometric techniques to identify key themes in MME to inform the development of a… 
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