|Abstract||General Practice and Ethics explores the ethical issues faced by general physicans in their everyday practice, addressing two central themes: the uncertainty of outcomes and effectiveness in general practice and the changing pattern of general practitioners' responsibilities.|
|Keywords||Physicians (General practice Professional ethics Primary care (Medicine Moral and ethical aspects Evidence-based medicine Moral and ethical aspects Medical ethics|
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|Call number||R725.5.G46 1999|
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