Research in Progress: The Formation of Professional and Consumer Solutions: Ethics in the General Practice Setting
Health Care Analysis. 1997 Jun; 5(2): 164-167.
A general practice research project on ethics is underway at the University of New South Wales, funded by GPEP (General Practice Evaluation Program, Commonwealth Department of Human Services and Health, GPEP 386). Ethical issues, as defined and explored by general practitioners and consumers, are being examined across four areas of Sydney. So far, telephone interviews have been conducted (64% response rate) with a random sample of general practitioners (GPs). Face-to-face interviews have been conducted with 107 consumers, randomly sampled using ABS collection district information. Focus groups have been formed to discuss acceptable solutions to GP and consumer identified ethical issues. This report will report on some preliminary findings to date and will explore professional and consumer roles in the formation of ethical solutions.
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Research in Progress: The Formation of Professional and Consumer Solutions: Ethics in the General Practice Setting Berglund, C.A.; Pond, C.D.; Harris, M.F.; Mcneill, P.M.; D. Gietzelt, D.; Comino, E.; Traynor, V.; Meldrum, E.; Boland, C. (1997-06)