Computers and Ethical Treatment for Brain-Injured Patients
Ackerman, Rosalie J.
Banks, Martha E.
Social Science Computer Review. 1990 Spring; 8(1): 83-95.
Brain; Brain Pathology; Communication; Competence; Computers; Confidentiality; Consultation; Diagnosis; Discrimination; Evaluation; Family Members; Health; Health Care; Health Personnel; Injuries; Interdisciplinary Communication; Patient Care; Patient Care Team; Patients; Professional Competence; Professional Patient Relationship; Psychology; Quality of Health Care; Referral and Consultation; Rehabilitation; Social Discrimination; Treatment Outcome;
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