An Important Beginning
Secundy, Marian Gray
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1993 Summer; 4(2): 197-198.
...In our attempts to educate and empower patients, we must continue to be alert to obstacles and barriers to realizing the goals of shared decision making for autonomous patients. As Perkins and his coauthors [Perkins, H.S.; Supik, J.D.; Hazuda, H.P., "Autopsy decisions: the possibility of conflicting cultural attitudes,"
Attitudes; Autonomy; Autopsies; Behavioral Research; Cultural Pluralism; Consent; Decision Making; Goals; Hispanic Americans; Minority Groups; Patient Participation; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Professional Patient Relationship; Research; Socioeconomic Factors; Third Party Consent; Trust;
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