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Biomedical Ethics In A Canadian Context, Charles Weijer Sep 1994

Biomedical Ethics In A Canadian Context, Charles Weijer

Charles Weijer

No abstract provided.


Whose Patient Am I, Anyway? How New Economic Threats To Continuity Of Care Can Undermine The Doctor / Patient Relationship, Samuel Gorovitz Jan 1994

Whose Patient Am I, Anyway? How New Economic Threats To Continuity Of Care Can Undermine The Doctor / Patient Relationship, Samuel Gorovitz

Philosophic Exchange

New structures for the financing and delivery of health care and serious efforts to control costs all create tensions in the relationship between doctors and patients and heighten the need for clarification of that relationship. We all want to maintain the traditional sense of a personal, caring, trusting relationship between doctor and patient. However, economic incursions into that relationship threaten to make it a thing of the past. This paper explores these issues.


The Revolution In Clinical Trials: From Burden To Benefit And Back Again, Charles Weijer Dec 1993

The Revolution In Clinical Trials: From Burden To Benefit And Back Again, Charles Weijer

Charles Weijer

No abstract provided.