Unity and diversity of the medical action: A review of its components and their interconnections [Book Review]

Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 2 (2):155-168 (1987)
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In this paper, the main components of the medical action are divided into three types: cognitive operations, value judgments and instrumental reasoning. The study aims at fraiming some specific methodological problems in order to encourage further research on the theory of planning and effectivity of the medical action.



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