Information on Ethical Issues in Health Technology Assessment: How and Where to Find Them
International journal of technology assessment in health care 2010 Oct; 26(4): 441-9
Comprehensive health technology assessments (HTAs) include thorough reflections on ethical issues associated with health technologies, their use, and value-based decisions in the assessment process. As methods of information retrieval for effectiveness assessments are not applicable to information retrieval on ethical issues, a specific methodological approach is necessary.
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