Ethical Problems Regarding Sex Between Therapist and Patient
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Pope, Kenneth S. (1986-10)
Bioethics and Physiotherapy: Physiotherapy Raises Serious Bioethical Questions That Are Far Too Little Discussed. Concerns Include the Lack of a Clearly Defined End Point, the Closeness of Interaction Between Therapist and Patient, The Patient's Own Share of Responsibility, and the Common Failure to Refer Patients for Rehabilitation Poulis, Ioannis (2007-08)
Pomerantz, Andrew M.; Grice, James W. (2001-06)