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Illuminating the art of medicine

AMA Journal of Ethics. September 2016, Volume 18, Number 9: 859-968.

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Ethics and Interprofessionalism in Medical Education

Ethics Poll

Poll Questions

Medical students being taught only by physicians is an indicator of the highest quality medical education.

Find responses to this question in the Medical Narrative feature of the September 2016 issue (see additional Ethics Case) of the AMA Journal of Ethics.

An Act Relative to Substance Use Treatment, Education, and Prevention was developed during two years of cross-disciplinary dialogue among legislators, community members, and health care professionals. Which of the following was a goal of this collaboration?

For an analysis of these and other ethical considerations relevant to interdisciplinary policy-making, see the September 2016 issue of the AMA Journal of Ethics.

Peer-Reviewed Article

Overcoming Legal Impediments to Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment
Marshall B. Kapp
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The Limits of Informed Consent for an Overwhelmed Patient: Clinicians’ Role in Protecting Patients and Preventing Overwhelm
Johan Bester, Cristie M. Cole, and Eric Kodish
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From the Editor

The Ethics and Value of True Interprofessionalism
Colleen Farrell
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Ethics Cases

Prioritizing Cross-Disciplinary Teaching and Learning and Patient Safety in Hospital-Based Environments
Commentary by Aimee Milliken
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Interprofessional Training: Not Optional in Good Medical Education
Commentary by Paul Burcher
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Resisting Outdated Models of Pedagogical Domination and Subordination in Health Professions Education
Commentary by Angel Chen and Maureen Brodie
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Podcast

On the Need for Multiple Perspectives in Health Care: An Interview with Lachlan Forrow Listen

Medical Education

Walking the Walk in Team-Based Education: The Crimson Care Collaborative Clinic in Family Medicine
Kirsten Meisinger and Diana Wohler
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In the Literature

Interprofessional Clinical Ethics Education: The Promise of Cross-Disciplinary Problem-Based Learning
Melissa J. Kurtz and Laura E. Starbird
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State of the Art and Science

Time-out: The Professional and Organizational Ethics of Speaking Up in the OR
Nancy Berlinger and Elizabeth Dietz
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Teamwork in Health Care: Maximizing Collective Intelligence via Inclusive Collaboration and Open Communication
Anna T. Mayo and Anita Williams Woolley
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Policy Forum

Overcoming Historical Separation between Oral and General Health Care: Interprofessional Collaboration for Promoting Health Equity
Lisa Simon
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Shared Responsibility: Massachusetts Legislators, Physicians, and An Act Relative to Substance Use Treatment, Education, and Prevention
Meghan Rudder, Lulu Tsao, and Helen E. Jack
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Medical Narrative

Decentering the Doctor: The Critical Value of a Patient Care Collective
Shara Yurkiewicz
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About the Contributors
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