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Shared decision making in deceased-donor transplantation.
Different standards are not double standards: all elective surgical patients are not alike.
Is academic medicine for sale?
Patient autonomy: imperfect, insufficient, but still quite necessary.
Are doctors altruistic?
When physicians forego the doctor-patient relationship, should they elect to self-prescribe or curbside? An empirical and ethical analysis.
Disclosing the diagnosis of HIV in pediatrics.
Reactions of pediatricians to refusals of medical treatment for minors.
Incorporating newborn screening into prenatal care.
Adolescent autonomy in health care?
Relational autonomy: moving beyond the limits of isolated individualism.
Mandatory extended searches in all genome sequencing: "incidental findings," patient autonomy, and shared decision making.
In Further Defense of "Better than Best (Interest)".
50 Years Ago in TheJournalofPediatrics: Shifting Attitudes toward the Disclosure of Serious Illness.
The philosopher as partner: an introduction to the scholarship of Robert M. Veatch.
Physician Patient Relations