Do as I say, Not as I do Why Bioethicists Should Seek Informed Consent for Some Case Studies

TitleDo as I say, Not as I do Why Bioethicists Should Seek Informed Consent for Some Case Studies
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsAntommaria, AMH
JournalHastings Center Report
Volume34
Issue3
Pagination28-34
Type of ArticleArticle
Publication Languageeng
ISSN Number00930334
Accession Number13519581
Keywordsanonymity , BIOETHICS , Case , CONFIDENTIAL , Medical , Patients
AbstractDiscusses the significance of bioethics to the publication of case studies of actual patients. Factors that contribute to the accessibility of medical information to the general public; Importance of anonymity and confidentiality in case studies; Benefits and risks of the publication of the results of case studies.
NotesAntommaria, Armand H. Matheny 1,2; Affiliation: 1: Clinical instructor, Division of Pediatric Inpatient Medicine 2: Adjunct clinical instructor, Division of Medical Ethics, University of Utah School of Medicine; Source Info: May/Jun2004, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p28; Subject Term: BIOETHICS; Subject Term: CASE studies; Subject Term: PATIENTS; Subject Term: MEDICAL informatics; Subject Term: ANONYMITY; Subject Term: CONFIDENTIAL communications; Number of Pages: 7p; Document Type: Article
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