Ethics in General Practice: A Practical Handbook for Personal Development
A working understanding of medical ethics is becoming ever more important to all practising doctors. There are many ethical issues which present, often unexpectedly, to healthcare professionals which can seem impossible to resolve. This is an introductory text for everyday general practice. Key issues and relevant legal aspects are illustrated with examples and case histories, and the book is structured so particular topics can be found with ease. For added benefit, chapters have pointers for further reflection and analysis, references to journal articles and useful reading lists. The book can be used as a resource for group discussion or by individual general practitioners including GP registrars and their trainers.
Mnenja - Napišite recenzijo
Na običajnih mestih nismo našli nobenih recenzij.
Trust me Im a doctor
Your secret is safe with me
whose risk is it anyway?
Matters of the mind
making babies the haves and the havenots
When will I be old enough?
Druge izdaje - Prikaži vse
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