Answered By: Keeley L'Esperance
Last Updated: Feb 04, 2015     Views: 187

Use some of the databases that are designated for medical topics, like CINAHL, which can by clicking the "All Databases" button on the Library homepage. You can also look at the "Research Guides" tab for your specific medical discipline that may help point you to the most relevant databases.

Once you've decided on a database you can do a search for subject terms like "professional ethics" and choose subject from the drop down menu next to the box. You can also add terms like morals, values, or beliefs to the next box, but try them out one at a time.  

Since these databases are medical specific you shouldn't need to search for "medical" but if there is a certain field or aspect that you are interested in, you can add that as a search term as well.  

You can repeat a similar search in multiple databases to get the best coverage, if needed.

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