Autopsy Decisions: The Possibility of Conflicting Cultural Attitudes
Perkins, Henry S.
Supik, Josie D.
Hazuda, Helen P.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1993 Summer; 4(2): 145-154.
...This study [of attitudes about autopsy] is based upon two underlying assumptions. First, we assumed that the
Altruism; Attitudes; Attitudes to Death; Autopsies; Cadavers; Cultural Pluralism; Consent; Death; Education; Evaluation; Evaluation Studies; Family Members; Health; Hispanic Americans; Informed Consent; Medical Education; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Professional Patient Relationship; Religion; Research; Science; Socioeconomic Factors; Survey; Terminal Care; Values;
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Perkins, Henry S.; Supik, Josie D.; Hazuda, Helen P. (1998)This study illustrates that cultural differences arise among similarly trained health professionals. Health professionals must learn to communicate sensitively with colleagues from other cultures, to respect their values, ...