Should Physicians Routinely Inquire About Guns? : Yes: Inquiry Could Save Lives
WJM: Western Journal of Medicine 2001 September; 175(3): 148
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Do Patients Want Physicians to Inquire About Their Spiritual or Religious Beliefs if They Become Gravely Ill? Ehman, John W.; Ott, Barbara B.; Short, Thomas H.; Ciampa, Ralph C.; Hansen-Flaschen, John (1999-08-09)BACKGROUND: Recognizing that many Americans draw on religious or spiritual beliefs when confronted by serious illness, some medical educators have recommended that physicians routinely ask about spirituality or religion when ...