How Much Should We Inform Our Patients?
Acta Radiologica 2005 November; 46(7): 662
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Confidentiality of a Patients Disclosure of Symptoms (Scenario; Position 1: Pharmacist Should Inform Physician of Symptoms; Position 2: Pharmacist Should Not Breach Patient Confidentiality; Analysis and Commentary; and Current Literature Citations) Miyahara, Randell K.; Manolakis, Michael L.; Veatch, Robert M. (1993-05)
I Often Read That Patients Should Find Out How Much Experience a Doctor and Hospital Has With a Particular Procedure Before Deciding Who Should Operate on You and Where the Surgery Should Be Done. How Exactly Does One Do That Kind of Research? I Also Hear About the Importance of Getting a Second Opinion, but How Do You Do That Without Offending Your Own Doctor? Does Insurance Usually Cover Second Opinions? Unknown author (2009-03)
Should Doctors Inform Terminally Ill Patients? the Opinions of Nationals and Doctors in the United Arab Emirates Harrison, Ann; Al-Saadi, Ahmed M.H.; Al-Kaabi, Ali S.O.; Al-Kaabi, Mohammed R.S.; Al-Bedwawi, Saif S.M.; Al-Kaabi, Saif O.M.; Al-Neaimi, Salem B.S. (1997-04)OBJECTIVES -- To study the opinions of nationals (Emiratis) and doctors practising in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with regard to informing terminally ill patients. DESIGN -- Structured questionnaires administered during ...