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Table 2 Preferred instruments for learning about ethics and lawInstruments for learning ethics and law among doctors and nurses

From: Knowledge, attitude and practice of healthcare ethics among resident doctors and ward nurses from a resource poor setting, Nepal

Instruments for learning ethics and law Doctors (N = 118) Nurses (N = 86)
Ethics journals 69 (59.0) 74 (89.2)
Books on ethics 73 (62.4) 74 (89.2)
General texts 38 (32.5) 33 (39.8)
Media (Newspaper/TV) 49 (41.9) 55 (66.3)
Workshops 66 (56.4) 50 (60.2)
Lectures (UG/CME) 79 (67.5) 47 (56.6)
Panel discussions 60(51.3) 36 (43.4)
Case conferences 52 (44.4) 46 (55.4)
  1. UG Undergraduate lectures, CME Continuing Medical Education lectures. Data are frequencies (percentage)