Consequences for Patients of Health Care Professionals' Conscientious Actions: The Ban on Abortions in South Australia
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL ETHICS 1994 June; 20(2): 80-86
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Consequences for Patients of Health Care Professionals' Conscientious Actions: The Ban on Abortions in South Australia Cannold, Leslie (1994-06)The legitimacy of the refusal of South Australian nurses to care for second trimester abortion patients on grounds of conscience is examined as a test case for a theory of permissible limits on the autonomy of health ...
Kuhse, Helga; Singer, Peter; Rickard, Maurice; Cannold, Leslie; van Dyk, Jessica (1997-08)OBJECTIVES: To determine the relationship between ethical reasoning and gender and occupation among a group of male and female nurses and doctors. DESIGN: Partialist and impartialist forms of ethical reasoning were ...