Everyday Ethics: Resolving Dilemmas in Nursing Home Life
Rosalie A. Kane, Arthur L. Caplan
Springer Publishing Company, 1990 - Medical - 331 pages
Offers authoritative explorations of the way ethical principles involving respect for autonomy, beneficience, and justice interplay in the world of case management.
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