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  1. I. E. Thompson (forthcoming). Melia kM, Boyd kM. Nursing Ethics. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
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  2. I. E. Thompson (1981). On Defining Death. Journal of Medical Ethics 7 (3):158-159.
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  3. I. E. Thompson, C. P. Lowther, D. Doyle, J. Bird & J. Turnbull (1981). Learning About Death: A Project Report From the Edinburgh University Medical School. Journal of Medical Ethics 7 (2):62-66.
    A report of a problem-based learning project on the ethics of terminal care, offered as one of the options available to first year MB ChB students in Edinburgh University Medical School. The project formed part of the 'clinical correlation course' in the new curriculum. Six students took part under the supervision of two clinical tutors and a moral philosopher. The course was case-based and practical with students being given the opportunity over a period of eight weeks to meet patients, relatives (...)
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  4. I. E. Thompson (1980). Bibliography of Bioethics. Journal of Medical Ethics 6 (4):208-209.
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  5. I. E. Thompson (1980). Teaching Medical Ethics. Journal of Medical Ethics 6 (2):112-112.
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  6. I. E. Thompson (1979). The Nature of Confidentiality. Journal of Medical Ethics 5 (2):57-64.
    This paper examines confidentiality and its nature and analyses the guidelines laid down by the Hippocratic Oath as well as the British and World Medical Associations for maintaining such confidentiality between doctor and patient. There are exceptions to practically any code of rules and this is true also for confidentiality. Some of these exceptions make it appear that very little is confidential. The three values implicit in confidentiality would seem to be privacy, confidence and secrecy. Each of these values is (...)
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  7. I. E. Thompson (1975). On Dying Well - An Anglican Contribution to the Debate on Euthanasia. Journal of Medical Ethics 1 (2):108-108.
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