Relational Autonomy and Multiculturalism
Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics : CQ : the international journal of healthcare ethics committees 2010 Oct; 19(4): 542-9
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Turoldo, Fabrizio (2010-03)Caring for patients from different cultural or religious backgrounds may create difficult ethical dilemmas for physicians. The article reviews four case histories, involving patients from the Navajo culture or the Christian ...
Turoldo, Fabrizio (2009-07)Bioethical debate has been characterized from the beginning by the central importance placed on autonomy. This is because bioethics has, until now, been concerned with the relationship between doctor and patient in a ...