Practicing Invasive Procedures on Students and Patients: An Ethical Dilemma in Nursing Education
Nursing Forum. 1994 Jan-Mar; 29(1): 18-24.
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Should Hospital Policy Require Consent for Practicing Invasive Procedures on Cadavers? the Arguments, Conclusions, and Lessons From One Ethics Committee's Deliberations Perkins, Henry S.; Gordon, Anna M. (1994)In July 1989, nurses at a San Antonio, Texas, hospital were troubled to discover that an intern had practiced endotracheal intubation on a cadaver without prior permission from the patient or his family. The nurses ...