One Goal, Two Roles: Clinicians and Clinical Ethicists Should Approach Patients’ Ambivalence Differently

American Journal of Bioethics 22 (6):50-52 (2022)
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With their comprehensive categorization of “ambivalence-related phenomena,” Moore et al. helpfully clarify and contextualize these decisional states as they arise in patient care. Given the...



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