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Studies in Ethics, Law, and Technology 3 (1) (2009)
This special issue is concerned with the evolving ethical and legal issues associated with the use of different types of information in health and health care by a wide range of stakeholders. The stakeholders include but are not restricted to practicing clinicians, researchers, managers, policy makers and last but hopefully not least patients and the public
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