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The success of the CBSSM Clinical Ethics Predoctoral Fellowship program led to former CBSSM predoctoral ethics fellows, Katie Feder, MD, and Samantha Chao, MD, as first and second authors on the recently published fellowship paper in The Journal of Clinical Ethics. Contributing to the success of this program, and also authors on this publication, are clinical ethics faculty, Christian Vercler, MD, Andrew Shuman, MD, and Janice Firn, PhD. 

 A Pre-Doctoral Clinical Ethics Fellowship for Medical Students | Katherine J. Feder, Samantha K. Chao, Christian J. Vercler, Andrew G. Shuman, and Janice I. Firn

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