Reproductive Technology and Restraints
Morris, Monica B.
Society. 1988 Mar/Apr; 25(3): 16-21.
Adoption; Age Factors; Children; Disclosure; Emotions; International Aspects; Mothers; Organizational Policies; Organizations; Parents; Physicians; Professional Organizations; Public Policy; Regulation; Reproductive Technologies; Rights; Risks and Benefits; Surrogate Mothers; Technology; Women's Rights;
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Impact of the "Physician Factor" on Pregnancy Rates in a Large Assisted Reproductive Technology Program: Do Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth? Karande, Vishvanath C.; Morris, Randy; Chapman, Carli; Rinehart, John; Gleicher, Norbert (1999-05)
Phillips, Charles D.; Hawes, Catherine; Mor, Vince; Fries, Brant E.; Morris, John N.; Nennstiel, Marianne E. (1996-11)OBJECTIVES: Various individual characteristics increase a nursing home resident's likelihood of being mechanically restrained. However, there is not good information on the role played by facility characteristics ...