The Moral Imperatives of Human Rights: A World Survey
Thompson, Kenneth W.
Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1980. 248 p.
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Thompson, James N. (1997-12)As the health care system becomes dominated by managed care, academic medicine must do more than simply learn how to continue to offer the same level of care with ever-tightening resources and in new practice environments. ...
Thompson, Dennis F.; Hofmann, Paul B.; Atchley, William A.; Ozar, David T. (1992)...Because institutional ethics has been neglected, there is a tendency in our institutional life to apply moral principles with which we are familiar from our personal life. However, principles from individual ethics often ...
Thompson, Dennis F.; Hofmann, Paul B.; Atchley, William A.; Ozar, David T. (1992-06)