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Painting as a reflective method in teaching medical professional values

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DOI https://doi.org/10.18502/jmehm.v14i1.5316
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Painting; Reflection; Medical professional; Values.

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Mobasher M. Painting as a reflective method in teaching medical professional values. J Med Ethics Hist Med. 2021;14.