Ethical Medical Practice and the NHS
Lilford, Richard J.
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS 17(3): 162, September 1991
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Lilford, Richard J.; Thornton, J.D. (1992-10)
Use and Misuse of Process and Outcome Data in Managing Performance of Acute Medical Care: Avoiding Institutional Stigma Lilford, Richard; Mohammed, Mohammed A.; Spiegelhalter, David; Thomson, Richard (2004-04-03)The history of monitoring the outcomes of health care by external agencies can be traced to ancient times. However, the danger, now as then, is that in the search for improvement, comparative measures of mortality and ...
Johnson, Nicholas; Lilford, Richard J.; Brazier, Wayne (1991-03)It has often been argued that if a clinician cannot decide which of two treatments to offer, a trial may be ethical, but it is unethical if she/he has a preference. Since individual clinicians usually have a preference, ...