Ethical challenges in medical practice in the context of Coronavirus disease 2019 in Nepal

Keywords: COVID 19, Medical Ethics, Principles of ethics

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Nuwadatta Subedi, Gandaki Medical College, Pokhara

Associate Professor, Department of Forensic Medicine

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Nepal Medical Council. Nepal Medical Council interim guidance for infection prevention and control when COVID-19 is suspected. April 5 2020. [Cited May 31 2020]. Available from: https://nmc.org.np/files/4/NMC%20COVID-19%20Interim%20Guideline%20for%20prevention.pdf

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Published
2020-06-04
How to Cite
Subedi, N. (2020). Ethical challenges in medical practice in the context of Coronavirus disease 2019 in Nepal. Journal of Gandaki Medical College-Nepal, 13(1), 1-3. https://doi.org/10.3126/jgmcn.v13i1.29257
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Editorial