Moral Judgments in the Rationing of Health Care Resources: A Comparative Study of Clinical Health Professionals
Foster, Larry W.
McLellan, Linda J.
Social Work in Health Care 1997; 25(4): 13-36
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Moral Judgments in the Rationing of Health Care Resources: A Comparative Study of Clinical Health Professionals Foster, Larry W.; McLellan, Linda J. (1997)Social workers, physicians, and nurses from a major urban teaching hospital were assessed and compared regarding their attitudes toward the rationing of health care. Responses to eighteen statements of considered moral judgments ...
The Desirability of Being Open About Health Care Rationing Decisions: Findings From a Qualitative Study of Patients and Clinical Professionals Owen-Smith, Amanda; Coast, Joanna; Donovan, Jenny (2010-01)OBJECTIVE: To understand the views of patients and professionals about how feasible and appropriate it is to make health care rationing decisions openly at the consultation level. METHODS: Thirty-one patients and 21 health ...