Call for papers for the first two books of their kind in the Arab World * Narrative Matters: Doctors' Personal Stories with PatientsCall for papers (in Arabic)* Narrative Matters: Nurses' Personal Stories with PatientsCall for papers (in Arabic)
Dr. Thalia Arawi gave a talk on the "Not so Hidden Curriculum" (September 28, 2017) In the last meeting of the PRIME commitee, Dr. Arawi discussed the "not so hidden curriculum" in a presentation focusing on the importance of role models in the medical curriculum in addition to their influence on medical students' and residents' behaviors.
"An Open Letter to the Lebanese Government: Justice for our teachers" by Dr. Thalia Arawi.Well worth reading!Read in full here: An-open-lette r-to-the-lebanese-government.pdf
Moral Distress: Should I speak up?
The Lures of the Scalpel
Human Factors in Healthcare
To Tell the Truth: How Honesty About Adverse Outcomes Benefits Everyone
Child Protection 101: Making a Difference
Professional Integrity: Challenges and Consequences
Doing Well by Doing Right
Ethical Issues in Global Health Research
Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) – A Way of Ensuring Patient Treatments they want and Don’t Get Treatments They Don’t Want at the End of Life?
How Bioethics Increases the Pleasure of Clinical Medicine
More Ethics Matters lectures