The Basics of Privacy and Autonomy in Medical Practice
Friedlander, Walter J.
Social Science and Medicine 1982; 16(19): 1709-1718
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Friedlander, Walter J. (1982)Privacy is viewed as an instrumental value which serves as a means toward the intrinsic value of autonomy. Friedlander develops a model to aid understanding of the moral, ethical, and psychosocial relationships between the ...
Friedlander, Walter J. (1982)A 1977 survey revealed that 94% of U.S. and 63% of Canadian medical schools administer an oath to graduating seniors, a considerable increase over figures available for 1928 and 1958. Analysis of the current oaths ...
Friedlander, Walter J. (1982)