Lifestyle, Health and the Ethics of Good Living. Health Behaviour Counselling in General Practice
Walseth, Liv Tveit
Patient education and counseling 2011 May; 83(2): 180-4
To present theory that illustrates the relevance of ethics for lifestyle counselling in patient-centred general practice, and to illustrate the theory by a qualitative study exploring how doctors may obstruct or enhance the possibilities for ethical dialogue.
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