Physicians and Domestic Violence
MARYLAND MEDICAL JOURNAL 43(10): 869-933, October 1994
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Unknown author (American Medical Association. Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs, 1992-06-17)...The medical ethical principle of beneficence requires physicians to intervene in cases of domestic violence. Some may argue that physicians' ethical obligations to patients who are battered are limited to treating ...