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...
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.
I made a mistake this past week. It worked out all right. I fully informed the patient, and she's fine. (I'm okay too; thanks for asking.) T...
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.
Professionalism, humanitarian efforts, collegiality and a true sense of community were demonstrated by and for the members of the New York Chapter.
It's an ethical imperative that we find better ways to inform patients of what these test results mean.”.
No. But we can't say it isn't, either. And when other considerations are factored in- such as the ethical treatment of other species, and environmental impact- the arguments for ... and does not eat any mammals and most other animals for ethical reasons.
This issue also covers ethics, decisions aids, and dosing and response to common drugs. ... One resource is ACP's recently updated Ethics Manual, whose seventh edition offers a six-step decision-making approach to ethical dilemmas.
It would therefore be helpful if physicians as a profession gave serious consideration to the ethics of appropriate prescribing of cognitive enhancers, and consulted widely as to how to strike the