Section II. Ethical Directives for the Practice of Medicine
SECTION II. ETHICAL DIRECTIVES FOR THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE
Oath of Hippocrates (Fourth Century b.c.e.)
Oath of Initiation (Caraka Samhita) (First Century c.e.?)
Oath of Asaph (Third Century-Seventh Century c.e.?)
Advice to a Physician, Advice of Haly Abbas (Ahwazi) (Tenth Century c.e.)
The 17 Rules of Enjuin (For Disciples of Our School) (Sixteenth Century c.e.)
Declaration of Geneva, World Medical Association (1948, amended 1968, 1983, 1994)
International Code of Medical Ethics, World Medical Association (1949, amended 1968,1983) )
Charter on Medical Professionalism (2002), American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation, Amercian College of Physicians—American Society of Internal Medicine Foundation, and European Foundation of Internal Medicine 
Code of Ethics and Guide to the Ethical Behaviour of Physicians, New Zealand Medical Association (2002)
Code of Ethics for Doctors, Norwegian Medical Association (amended 2000)
Oath of Soviet Physicians (1971)
Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Facilities, United States Catholic Conference (1971, revised 2001)
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