Dr. House reveals that he set up one of his doctors because she is extremely ethical.   Because of the high priority of the patient, he was willing to do anything it took to cure her, but he did not want to be bogged down with the her meddling.  House threatens to use the set up to ruin her medical career if she says anything.

1. What kinds of obligations do doctors have toward medical students working under them?

2. How might the ethical understanding and conduct of doctors affect the ethics of medical students?

3. Are current regulations and requirements effective at ensuring or promoting the ethical conduct of doctors? How might these regulations or requirements be improved?