Bioethics for Clinicians
Singer, Peter A.
Canadian Medical Association Journal. 1996 Jul 15; 155(2): 189-190.
The author introduces the Bioethics for Clinicians series, which begins in this issue with an article on patient consent to medical care (see pages 177 to 180). This 14-part series is intended to elucidate key concepts in bioethics and to help clinicians to integrate bioethical knowledge into daily practice. In educational terms, the goal is to support performance: what clinicians actually do.
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Singer, Peter A.; MacDonald, Neil (1998-07-28)A physician who receives a call from the emergency department to see a patient with heart failure will have a clear framework within which to approach this problem. The thesis of this article is that physicians do not have ...