Clinical Ethics Consulting and Conflict of Interest Structurally Intertwined
Hastings Center Report 2007 March-April; 37(2): 32-40
Clinical ethical consultants are subject to an unavoidable conflict of interest. Their work requires that they be independent, but incentives attached to their role chip relentlessly at independence. This is a problem without any solution, but it can at least be ameliorated through careful management.
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