A pilot qualitative study of “conflicts of interests and/or conflicting interests” among canadian bioethicists. Part 1: Five cases, experiences and lessons learned [Book Review]

HEC Forum 22 (1):5-17 (2010)
In this pilot qualitative study 13 clinical bioethicists from across Canada were interviewed about their experiences of conflicts of interest and/or conflicting interests in their professional roles. The interviews generated five composite cases. Participants reported being significantly impacted by these experiences both personally and professionally
Keywords Bioethics  Clinical ethics consultation  Clinical ethics
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DOI 10.1007/s10730-010-9124-7
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