- Amy Blue, Medical University of South Carolina
- Trevor Lambert, Oxford University
- Tim Wilkinson, University of Otago
- Adrian Aldcroft, BioMed Central
Learning styles of undergraduate and postgraduate students are compared, demonstrating a shift towards deep and strategic learning in the later years of training.
A complementary approach, focussed on making functional improvements, is suggested to prepare individuals for involvement in healthcare ethics committees and clinical ethics consultation services.
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