Poland: Biomedical Ethics in a Socialist State
Hastings Center Report. 1987 Jun; 17(3): S27-S29.
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Szawarski, Zbigniew; Tulczynski, Aleksander (1988-03)We report the results of a survey of the attitudes and practices of paediatricians in Warsaw, Poland, with respect to the treatment of infants born with severe handicaps. The results are compared with a similar survey conducted ...
Szawarski, Zbigniew (1990-04)The author and his colleagues surveyed pediatricians in Warsaw, Poland, to determine the doctors' attitudes toward treating infants with severe handicaps. They used a questionnaire originally designed by Australian researchers ...