Do Actions Reported by Physicians in Training Conflict With Consensus Guidelines on Ethics?
Green, Michael J.
Stocking, Carol B.
Cassel, Christine K.
Archives of Internal Medicine. 1996 Feb 12; 156(3): 298-304.
Attitudes; Autonomy; Codes of Ethics; Coercion; Competence; Confidentiality; Conflict of Interest; Consensus; Consent; Deception; Disclosure; Economics; Education; Ethics; Evaluation; Evaluation Studies; Family Members; Fraud; Guideline Adherence; Guidelines; Informed Consent; Internal Medicine; Interprofessional Relations; Medical Education; Medical Ethics; Medical Records; Medicine; Misconduct; Negligence; Occupational Exposure; Organizations; Patient Care; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Professional Competence; Professional Organizations; Records; Refusal to Treat; Residency; Sexuality; Statistics; Survey; Truth Disclosure;
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Do Actions Reported by Physicians in Training Conflict With Consensus Guidelines on Ethics? Green, Michael J.; Mitchell, Gary; Stocking, Carol B.; Cassel, Christine K.; Siegler, Mark (1996-02-12)