People as Patients and Patients as People
London: OHE, February 1989, 32p.
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Pickering, William G. (1991-06)The implications of the casual and ubiquitous use, by doctors, health-workers and politicians, of the word "patient" are here discussed. Given that the many implications of this noun do not include health or normality ...
Miller, Randolph A. (1990-12)The 'Standard View' regarding computer-based medical diagnostic decision support programs is that, while such systems may be useful adjuncts to human decision-making, they cannot replace human diagnosticians. Mazoue (1990) ...