Subject Areas on Research
- "Conscience clauses" or "unconscionable clauses": personal beliefs versus professional responsibilities.
- "Just do your job": technology, bureaucracy, and the eclipse of conscience in contemporary medicine.
- An official American Thoracic Society policy statement: managing conscientious objections in intensive care medicine.
- Caution: conscience is the limb on which medical ethics sits.
- Clash of definitions: controversies about conscience in medicine.
- Conscience and clinical practice: medical ethics in the face of moral controversy.
- Conscience as clinical judgment: medical education and the virtue of prudence.
- Conscience is the means by which we engage the moral dimension of medicine.
- Conscientious refusals to refer: findings from a national physician survey.
- How to Allow Conscientious Objection in Medicine While Protecting Patient Rights.
- Personality Structure Among Centenarians: The Georgia Centenarian Study.
- Physicians' beliefs about conscience in medicine: a national survey.
- Self-selection factors in the participation of mental health professionals in competency for execution evaluations.
- The development of callous-unemotional traits and antisocial behavior in children: are there shared and/or unique predictors?
- US primary care physicians' opinions about conscientious refusal: a national vignette experiment.
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