Medical and Nursing Ethics
· Professional Ethics in Healthcare
· Ethics of Human Research
· Nazi Human Experiments
· The Nuremberg Trial
· Declaration of Geneva
· Declaration of Helsinki
Belmont Report and Principlism
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