May, William F.
Hastings Center Report. 1991 May-Jun; 21(3): 9-17.
Within medical ethics, moralists have reflected more on the professional's quandaries than on the patient's ordeal. Yet if professionals are to help their patients, they must see clearly the variety of suffering their patients experience. For a child who has been sexually abused, the caregiver must see the pain of the child's fractured self.
Adults; Behavior Disorders; Child Abuse; Children; Deception; Ethics; Family Members; Family Relationship; Fathers; Females; Health; Health Personnel; Medical Ethics; Mental Health; Minors; Pain; Parent Child Relationship; Patient Care; Patients; Psychological Stress; Psychotherapy; Rehabilitation; Self Concept; Sexuality; Suffering; Trust;
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