Virtual Mentor. February 2001, Volume 3, Number 2.
February 2001 Contents
Emotions, Student Dating, and Other Valentines
From the Editor
The Almost Unknown Poet, Emily Dickinson
Educating for Professionalism
Sources of Embryonic Stem Cells for Research
End-of-Life Care Ethics
Addressing End-of-Life Treatment Conflicts through Improved Communication
Gene Therapy or Genetic Enhancement: Does It Make a Difference?
Law, Policy, and Society
Cases in Law and Ethics
In a Bind: Use of Restraints in Disoriented Patients
Did You Know?
The Long Shadow of Educational Debt
A Doctor Looks at His Profession in Film
History, Art, and Narrative
Revising the Declaration of Helsinki
Images of Healing and Learning
Out of Africa
Stopping for Death
Profile of a Role Model
Matthew Lukwiya, MD
Through the Student's (or Physician's) Eyes: Sag
Through the Patient's Eyes: Artist's Statement on Patient-Centered Medicine
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