Special Issue: Informed Choice in Screening
HEALTH EXPECTATIONS 2001 June; 4(2): 79-135
Philosophical Ethics; Technology Assessment; Sociology of Health Care; Patient Relationships; Health Care; Allocation of Health Care Resources; Genetic Counseling / Prenatal Diagnosis; Genetic Screening / Genetic Testing; Applied and Professional Ethics; Research on Special Populations; Informed Consent; Health Care for Particular Diseases or Groups;
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Are pregnant Australian women well informed about prenatal genetic screening? A systematic investigation using the Multidimensional Measure of Informed Choice Rowe, H.J.; Fisher, J.R.; Quinlivan, J.A. (2006-10)
Jepson, R.G.; Hewison, J.; Thompson, A.G.H.; Weller, D. (2005-04)Informed choice is increasingly recognised as important in supporting patient autonomy and ensuring that people are neither deceived nor coerced. In cancer screening the emphasis has shifted away from just promoting the ...