Piercing the Veil of Secrecy in HIV/AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Theories of Privacy and Disclosure in Partner Notification
Gostin, Lawrence O.
Hodge, James G.
Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy. 1998 Spring; 5(1): 9-88.
Aids; Alternatives; Confidentiality; Contact Tracing; Disclosure; Duty to Warn; Discrimination; Ethical Analysis; Ethics; Evaluation; Health; Health Personnel; Historical Aspects; HIV Seropositivity; Incentives; Legal Aspects; Legal Rights; Notification; Privacy; Public Health; Partner Notification; Rights; Sexuality; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Social Discrimination; State Interest; Syphilis; Teleological Ethics;
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Piercing the Veil of Secrecy in HIV/AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Theories of Privacy and Disclosure in Partner Notification Gostin, Lawrence O.; Hodge, James G., Jr. (1998-03)
Millson, M.E.; Rasooly, I.; Scott, E.A.F.; Oxman, A.D.; Frank, J.W.; Sellors, J.W.; Naus, M.; Clark, J.; Coates, R.A. (1994-07)Using the results of an analysis of available scientific evidence and a survey of current practice in Canada, as well as expert opinion, these guidelines attempt to consider current partner notification practice in Canada and ...
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