The Case Against Showing Patients Their Records
Ross, Alexander P.
BMJ: British Medical Journal 1986 March 1; 292(6520): 578
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Ross, Alexander P. (1986-03-01)The author, a British consultant surgeon, expresses his reservations about patients' having access to their medical records. The nature of communication between doctors may change if it is known that patients will see the ...
Bonn, Robert L.; Smith, Alexander B.; and Herrnstein, R.J. (1988-01)
Review by a Local Medical Research Ethics Committee of the Conduct of Approved Research Projects, by Examination of Patients' Case Notes, Consent Forms, and Research Records and by Interview Smith, Trevor; Moore, Edward J.H.; Tunstall-Pedoe, Hugh (1997-05)OBJECTIVE: To monitor the conduct of medical research projects that have already been approved by the local medical research ethics committee. DESIGN: Follow up study of ethically approved studies (randomly selected from all ...