Obtaining Consent From the Family: A Horizon for Clinical Ethics
Allowing to Die; Autonomy; Beneficence; Cancer; Caring; Clinical Ethics; Consensus; Consent; Decision Making; Diagnosis; Disclosure; Ethics; Family Members; Family Relationship; Informed Consent; Life; Paternalism; Patient Advocacy; Physician's Role; Physicians; Professional Family Relationship; Prognosis; Prolongation of Life; Terminally Ill; Third Party Consent; Truth Disclosure;
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Spinsanti, Sandro (1992)The integration of beneficence and autonomy is not an easy process. Scientific medicine believes that informed consent is superfluous, claiming that the physician, in his or her experience with sick patients, has learned more ...
Bonito, Virginio; Spada, Maria Simonetta; Locati, Francesco; Marchesi, Gianmariano; Salmoiraghi, Marco; Spinsanti, Sandro; di Bergamo, Ospedali Riuniti; Halpern, Scott D. (2006-01-04)