Allocating Scarce Resources: Who Benefits? Robert M. Veatch (2008)
Provincial Health Ethics Network (PHEN)
Dr. Robert M. Veatch "explores the values and tensions implicit in resource allocation decisions and offers a framework for ethical decision-making." [description from PHEN site]
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