20 Common Problems Ethics in Primary Care
One in a series of books about common problems in the primary care setting, this text answers practical questions about how to make ethical choices and balance interests in difficult clinical situations. Topics include advance directives, genetic testing, and treating minors.
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INAPPROPRIATE REQUESTS FORTREATMENTS AND TESTS
INAPPROPRIATE REQUESTS FOR MEDICAL EXEMPTIONS AND PRIVILEGES
COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE
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Ethical Patient Care: A Casebook for Geriatric Health Care Teams
Mathy Doval Mezey
Limited preview - 2002