Differences in Philosophical, Professional, and Interpersonal Attitudes Between Nurses and Physicians in Critical Care
Cassidy, Barry Allen
Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International [UMI], 1995. 223 p.
Attitudes; Nurses; Physicians; Sociology of Health Care; Professional-Professional Relationship; Patient Relationships; Allocation of Health Care Resources; Ethics Committees / Consultation; Neurosciences and Mental Health Therapies; Prolongation of Life and Euthanasia; Philosophy of Medicine; Philosophy of Nursing; Economics of Health Care;
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