Requiring Consent to Practice and Teach Using the Recently Dead
Journal of Emergency Medicine. 1991 Nov-Dec; 9(6): 509-510.
Advance Directives; Alternatives; Altruism; Attitudes; Attitudes to Death; Autonomy; Cadavers; Consent; Death; Education; Emergency Care; Ethics; Family Members; Health; Health Personnel; Hospitals; Informed Consent; Medical Education; Medical Ethics; Personhood; Property Rights; Property; Rights; Risks and Benefits; Third Party Consent;
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Iserson, Kenneth (1991-11)
Iserson, Kenneth V. (1993-06)In generations past, it was common practice for doctors to learn lifesaving technical skills on patients who had recently died. But this practice has lately been criticised on religious, legal, and ethical grounds, and ...
Iserson, Kenneth V. (1993-06)