Physician Attitudes and Experiences With Assisted Suicide: Results of a Small Opinion Survey
CAMBRIDGE QUARTERLY OF HEALTHCARE ETHICS 1993 Winter; 2(1): 39-44
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Ciesielski-Carlucci, Chris (1993)Several key dimensions were compared in this survey. These can be divided into four essential components: 1) the extent to which physicians would be willing to become involved in assisting death directly or indirectly, via ...
From Cells to Selves: Ethics at the Beginning of Life -- Force Majeure (Legal Necessity): Justification for Active Termination of Life in the Case of Severely Handicapped Newborns After Forgoing Treatment Leenen, H.J.J.; Ciesielski-Carlucci, Chris (1993-06)
Ciesielski-Carlucci, Chris; Milliken, Nancy; Cohen, Neal H. (1996)Our experience indicates that some healthcare providers have personal biases about circumcision. We question whether these personal convictions influence the information disseminated to parents during the process of informed ...