angrily says, my wife’s body is my property and I will do whatever I want, and he walked out. But the next time, he brought his wife to the meeting. We don’t really understand people well.
Hsin: My background as a nurse makes me interested in one of the nurses with you who was also a lawyer with background in human rights. Did you teach people about human rights?
Leavitt: That was my part of it. Ester taught about sexually transmitted diseases and family planning. I taught bioethics, once Aruna was my translator. My personal opinion is that in medically deprived developing countries nurses are more important than doctors.
Continuing Medical Education and Bioethics: Another Option to Advance Bioethics in Taiwan
- Shiu-I Yang* & Mu-Li Wu**
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* Chang Gung University, Department and Graduate Institute of Health Care Management, TAIWAN; Stanford University School of Law, USA
** Chang Gung University, Department and Graduate Institute of Health Care Management; ELSI Research Center , National Research Program for Genetic Medicine, TAIWAN