The hidden and implicit curricula in cultural context: new insights from Doha and New York

Dublin Core

Title

The hidden and implicit curricula in cultural context: new insights from Doha and New York

Author

Rodriguez del Pozo, Pablo
Fins, Joseph J.

Publisher

2011/03/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20110300

Primary Classification

21.7

Secondary Classification

21.7; 2.3; 7.2;8.2; 20.4.1

Primary keywords

Arab world--[pri];clinical ethics--[pri];communication--[pri];cultural pluralism--[pri];curriculum--[pri];medical education--[pri];palliative care--[pri];truth disclosure--[pri];Western world--[pri]

Secondary keywords

anthropology;bioethics;cancer;cross-cultural comparison;informed consent;medical schools;medical students;physician patient relationship;prognosis;non-Western world;qualitative research

Subject

Qatar;United States;Weill Cornell Medical Center (New York City);Weill Cornell Medical College (Doha)

Journal Article

Academic Medicine2011 March; 86(3):321-325

Call Number

citation

Bibliography

11 refs.

ISSN

1938808X

Collection

Citation

“The hidden and implicit curricula in cultural context: new insights from Doha and New York,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed May 21, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/35233.