Ethical Concerns Associated With Childhood Depression
Bioethics Forum 2002; 18(3-4): 55-62
Children always merit special ethical concern in mental health research and treatment. But children with depression are a particularly vulnerable population because of developmental considerations and the severity of the illness. This article reviews ethical concerns regarding assessment of depression, clinical care, and research with children.
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