Jehovah's Witnesses and Blood Transfusion: Physicians' Attitudes and Legal Precedents
Tierney, William M.
Greene, James Y.
Studdard, P. Albert
Southern Medical Journal. 1984 Apr; 77(4): 473-478.
Adults; Age Factors; Attitudes; Autonomy; Blood; Blood Transfusions; Coercion; Comparative Studies; Competence; Consultation; Decision Making; Faculty; Intention; Internship and Residency; Jehovah's Witnesses; Judicial Action; Knowledge; Legal Aspects; Medical Schools; Medicine; Minors; Paternalism; Physicians; Referral and Consultation; Residency; Schools; Students; Suicide; Surgery; Survey; Treatment Refusal;
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