The article mentions: FSU created a Center for Innovative Collaboration in Medicine and Law to help improve collaboration between the two professions. The center provides training to medical and law students on such issues as patient confidentiality, end-of-life medical decisions and informed consent for disabled patients.
"Our aim is not to make doctors into lawyers," said Marshall Kapp, a law school professor who directs the FSU program. "Our aim to create doctors who are sensitive to the law and understand the importance of interacting with lawyers."
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