But Dr. Bernstein said he was troubled by the ethics of randomizing patients to colonoscopy versus stool tests in ongoing research trials.
ACP frequently refers to the concept of professionalism. However, an important component of professionalism, autonomy, is conveniently ignored.
vice president for medical practice, professionalism and quality.
He was also coauthor of the second edition of the ACP Ethics Manual and coauthor of ACP's first paper describing the need for universal access to health care.
Some friends and I have a piece posted on the Health Affairs Blog . One co-author is a doctor, the other is a nurse practitioner (NP). He ru...
A reader reacts to ethics surrounding civilian and war-time prisoner containment. ... Regarding the article “War dilemmas put medical ethics under fire” (ACP Internist, July/Aug 2008), the two cases presented should not pose ethical dilemmas to any
She shares her ideas on education, ethics in medicine, health care news and culture.
It's about professionalism, leaning in, and being compassionate. Having meaningful discussions with our patients when it's hard and when they need physicians the most is being patient-centered and
Upon further consideration, however, glaring omissions emerge. The courses and experiences that enable reflection, social awareness, and teamwork (e.g., ethics, psychology, social studies, humanities, and volunteerism) are often encouraged for