Confidentiality Expectations of Patients, Physicians, and Medical Students
Weiss, Barry D.
JAMA. 1982 May 21; 247(19): 2695-2697.
A survey of patients, medical students, and house staff at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center indicated that patients expect a more rigorous standard of confidentiality than actually exists. The questionnaire revealed patients' perceptions and physicians' practices in the communication of confidential information in professional discussions and in casual conversation with medical and non-medical friends. (KIE abstract)
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Weiss, Barry D. (1982-05-21)
Confidentiality Expectations of Patients in Teaching Hospital Clinics Versus Private Practice Offices Weiss, Barry D.; Senf, Janet H.; Carter, John Z.; Rothe, Thomas C. (1986)Confidentiality expectations were solicited from 250 patients of a University of Arizona outpatient teaching clinic and from 200 private office practice patients of two of the authors. Despite demographic and practice setting ...
Confidentiality Expectations of Patients in Teaching Hospital Clinics Versus Private Practice Offices Weiss, Barry D., (1986)