Journal of Medical Ethics 1985 March; 11(1): 8-11
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Havard, J.D.J. (1985-03)The author observes that if medical confidentiality is not respected, patients may be reluctant to disclose information pertinent to their care. He describes situations in which British law requires that medical confidence ...
Havard, John D.J. (1989-08-19)Havard's theme is that there are situations in which the medical profession's concept of its responsibility to patients and to society may come into conflict with the law. Havard illustrates this theme with examples ...