Consensus Formation in Bioethical Decisionmaking in Japan: Present Contexts and Future Perspectives
Attitudes; Bioethical Issues; Bioethics; Biomedical Technologies; Brain; Cadavers; Consensus; Death; Decision Making; Determination of Death; Empirical Research; Ethics; Ethics Committees; Medical Schools; Organ Donation; Organizations; Physicians; Professional Organizations; Public Opinion; Public Policy; Religion; Research; Schools; Values;
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Sakai, Akio (1991-04)Today in Japan psychoactive drugs are widely prescribed for various psychiatric disorders including so-called "functional" disorders. They are undoubtedly effective in relieving various psychological and behavioral symptoms. ...