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Refusal of treatment can present some tricky ethical dilemmas

Informed consent is a commonly discussed concept, but the closely related issue of “informed refusal” raises its own set of ethical questions for physicians.
February 2014

Pollyanna

And this discussion is as old as crack cocaine itself when it comes to ethical dilemmas at Grady.
September 2021

Examining ethical dilemmas that occur in everyday practice

The dilemmas presented are based on situations that are likely to arise in everyday practice, rather than “ethical zebras” or rare “fascinomas.”. ... Finally, from a preventive ethics perspective, this case highlights the importance of having
January 2008

Influence, interactions, and ethical dilemmas

There is something about the nature of being a healer in a social environment that creates ethical dilemmas,” said Dr. ... The updated ACP Ethics Manual includes a six-step decision-making approach to ethical dilemmas that may help physicians, Dr.
May 2019

Letters to the Editor

Opinions on pharmacy benefit managers, imaging, ethics and primary care.
July 2008

Physician should transfer records regardless of patient's bill

In addition to the ethical consequences of withholding treatment from patients, there may be legal consequences as well. ... In the above case, the current care provider can attempt to call the previous physician and explain the ethical and legal
May 2008

War dilemmas put medical ethics under fire

a session on “Ethical Challenges: Confronting Dual Loyalties When Seeing Patients on Behalf of a Third Party.”. ... The ethical pressures on these hypothetical physicians only increased with the second case study.
July 2008

Do placebos have a place in clinical practice?

https://acpinternist.org/archives/2009/04/placebo.htm. Placebo use is common in internal medicine. But is it ethical? ... Tilburt said. “Placebos create huge moral dilemmas for physicians,” said Dan Ariely, PhD, a professor of behavioral economics at
April 2009

Internist searches for answers when test results go missing

Errors do not necessarily constitute improper, negligent or unethical behavior, but failure to disclose them may.” Indeed, the ethical rationale for disclosing errors to patients is strong. ... American Medical Association Council on Ethical and
April 2009

Letters to the Editor

Rodney Hornbake, FACP. Essex, Conn. I agree with opinions expressed by Lachlan Forrow, FACP, in his column [Ethical Dilemmas, “Son's plea to prolong life at any cost sparks ethical quandary”,
November 2008

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