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Physicians' perception of the importance of ethical and deontological issues in a major Italian Province: pilot questionnaire and its validation.

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Summary of "Physicians' perception of the importance of ethical and deontological issues in a major Italian Province: pilot questionnaire and its validation."

This study aims at validating a questionnaire on physicians' knowledge and perception of deontological and ethical rules that guide the medical profession, in a major Italian Province.

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Name: Acta bio-medica : Atenei Parmensis
ISSN: 0392-4203
Pages: 56-67

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