00 Hardcover RC480 The two authors (both psychiatry, Harvard Medical School) detail the ethical foundations of clinical practice and discuss questions about boundary violations of all types, their motivations and implications, and how they are best avoided.
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9780892033607 Orthopaedic basic science; foundations of clinical practice, 3d ed.
This establishes a curriculum for such committees, including ethical foundations of clinical practice, adults' decisions on care, informed consent, refusal, disclosure, confidentiality, minors, end-f-life issues, pallitation, justice, access to care and organizational ethics, backed up by analysis of clinical ethics consultations and sample cases, white papers, memoranda, guidelines, protocols and examples of policies and procedures, closing with key legal cases, and a transcript of a committee meeting.