Ethics, Outcomes, and Epistemology: How Should Imprecise Data Figure Into Health-Policy Formulation?
Dagi, Teo Forcht
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1993 Fall; 4(3): 262-266.
Allowing to Die; Alternatives; Brain; Brain Pathology; Common Good; Compassion; Costs and Benefits; Decision Making; Economics; Empathy; Ethical Analysis; Ethical Theory; Ethics; Health; Health Care; Injuries; Justice; Life; Obligations to Society; Prognosis; Public Policy; Resource Allocation; Selection for Treatment; Social Interaction; Statistics; Treatment Outcome; Value of Life;
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