عنوان مقاله [English]
Medical Learning requires clinical experience in dealing with patients along a wide range of their emotional and physical experiences; hence, the opportunity to observe, interview and physical examination is a privilege that is granted to the medical students. Students must be aware of own responsibility towards patients and medical professionals; on the other hand, health systems have not been formulated enough standards and guidelines for patient treatment and education allowance for such training clearly.in this paper we mentioned clinical medical education and tried to introduce the appropriate ethical codes compatible with Iranian social and cultural conditions. According to the social and religious value of medicine, , medical Students are expected to be sensitive to promoting professional attitudes, communication skills and fulfill the expected professional standards during their education. In this paper, codes of ethics and professional standards of clinical training concerning patient, clinical educators, classmates and other members of the medical team in an educational, research and clinical setting were discussed.
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