This series of interactive CME and educational modules featured on the AMA Ed Hub provide training and useful guidance inspired by the AMA Code of Medical Ethics to assist physicians and healthcare professionals in thinking about the foundational values of conduct defining their honorable behavior.
These short training modules help address ethical challenges that may arise in the clinical, educational, research, and societal settings. The modules cover topics that range from patient-physician interactions, to leadership for ethical practice, to issues in organ donation or working with surrogate decision makers among many others. Browse all modules now.
Created in 1847, the AMA Code of Medical Ethics is the world's first national codification of ethics for any profession and is regularly cited as a standard of professional conduct by licensing boards and courts of law. The Code is regularly updated to address new and timely ethical issues in medicine and health care.
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