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    • Being trustworthy in today's medical world 

      Potter, Nancy Nyquist (2014-09-09)
      Is there still a place for trust in today's health care practices? Is it even possible to make time for trusting relations? The short answer is, yes -- depending on how we think about issues of trust. The framework for ...
    • Ethics of smart pills and the dawn of surveillance medicine 

      Klugman, Craig M. (2019-10-08)
      This presentation will explore the ethics of digital medicine--technology represented by pills that alter our bodily functions alongside sensors that not only collect data about our bodies, but share it with our physicians, ...
    • Laws that conflict with the practice of medicine: what should health professionals do? 

      Davis, Dena S. (2015-12-08)
      A number of states have passed laws that either require physicians to practice bad medicine, or that block them from good medical practice. In addition to anti-abortion laws that require practitioners to give patients ...
    • Recognizing racially motivated diagnosis and treatment 

      Hoberman, John M. (2014-10-14)
      The racially motivated thinking and behaviors of American physicians receive inadequate attention in the medical literature and medical curricula. Doctors have always absorbed the racial stereotypes and folkloricbeliefs ...
    • Talking with patients and families about medical error 

      Truog, Robert D. (2016-04-12)
      Until fairly recently, clinicians were routinely told never to admit to a medical error. But patients and society have come to expect and demand more openness and transparency around adverse events and errors, and the ...