FORMING ETHICAL THINKING AT MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS BY ANALYZING ETHICAL DILEMMAS IN MULTICULTURAL CONTEXT
1. Medical University of Sofia
The changing demographic picture in Europe due to the significant migration in recent years puts even more acutely the need for sensitivity to differences in the "Doctor-Patient" relationship. Recognizing and respecting different values is important part of health professionals’ ethical education. This article examines two main approaches- ‘principlist’ approach and casuistry approach applied in the training of students from the Faculty of Public Health of Medical University - Sofia.
Keywords: medical ethics, multicultural context, local moral worlds, cultural “humility”