A shortage of transplantable organs has led to previously unthought-of issues that entangle ethics, policy, costs and clinical complications. ... With not enough kidneys available to meet transplantation needs, issues of access and ethics will
It's an ethical imperative that we find better ways to inform patients of what these test results mean.”.
As history also reminds us, some ethical concerns turn out to be exactly that: concerns that ultimately remain unsubstantiated. ... Whether diametrically opposed or not, ethical principles should always be simultaneously considered and blended in EHRs.
The other concern is an ethical concern. With these restrictions, unlike men, women—and girls in particular—risk being denied the most effective treatment for their epilepsy,” said Dr.
Kravitz said. “Consumer medicine has an upside,” he said. “But taken to an extreme, it is also a denial of a physician's professionalism.
He is member of ACP's Ethics, Professionalism and Human Rights Committee, and of the Ethics Committee of the Society of General Internal Medicine. ... Ethics, Professionalism and Human Rights Committee.
The College has impact and influence not only through its educational efforts but also through its ethical and professional standards and its advocacy for patients and physicians. ... ACP needs to engage in dialogue on legislative, ethical, educational,
And this discussion is as old as crack cocaine itself when it comes to ethical dilemmas at Grady.
violated ethical standards of professionalism. ... ACP Ethics, Professionalism and Human Rights Committee.
Paul S. Mueller, FACP, is a member of ACP's Ethics, Professionalism and Human Rights Committee and an associate professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. ... The opinions expressed in this column represent the views of the contributor