Physicians' Responsibilities in the Care of Suicidal Patients: Three Case Studies
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1998 Fall; 9(3): 306-313.
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Spike, Jeffrey (1998-09)
Bernheim, Susannah M.; Ross, Joseph S.; Bradley, Elizabeth H.; Quigley, Catherine; Atherton, Janet; Rylands, Alison; Spiess, Jeffrey L.; Tomm, Lisa; Brummel-Smith, Kenneth; Spike, Jeffrey; Carrese, Joseph (2006-12-27)
Spike, Jeffrey; Greenlaw, Jane (1994)With this case study, we begin a series of discussions taken from the Ethics Consultation Service at Strong Memorial Hospital, a 700-bed tertiary care center in Rochester, New York. The consultation service was set up ...