The "Impossible Patient": Organizational Response to a Clinical Problem
Harris, Pamela S.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1999 Fall; 10(3): 242-246.
Administrators; Autonomy; Behavior Control; Clinical Ethics; Clinical Ethics Committees; Contracts; Drug Abuse; Ethical Analysis; Ethics; Ethics Committees; Hospitals; Injuries; Institutional Ethics; Institutional Policies; Legal Aspects; Patient Care; Patient Care Team; Patient Compliance; Professional Patient Relationship; Rehabilitation; Social Workers; Violence;
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