Avoiding Conflicts of Interest in Surrogate Decision Making: Why Ethics Committees Should Assign Surrogacy to a Separate Committee
Levine, Richard S.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1998 Fall; 9(3): 273-290.
Accountability; Administrators; Advance Directives; Allowing to Die; Clinical Ethics; Clinical Ethics Committees; Committee Membership; Competence; Consent; Consultation; Decision Making; Due Process; Education; Ethicists; Ethics; Ethics Committees; Ethics Consultation; Guidelines; Health; Health Personnel; Hospitals; Institutional Policies; Mediation; Managed Care; Organization and Administration; Patient Advocacy; Resource Allocation; Standards; Surrogate Decision Making; Terminal Care; Withholding Treatment; Theoretical Models;
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