Prescriptions: The Dissemination of Medical Authority

Greenwood Press (1990)
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Abstract

Redefining, redrawing, and resetting the respective domains of philosophy, medicine, and health care, this book provides a conceptual point of departure from which the radical changes that will be required of health care in the next century can be envisioned and acted upon. It provides critical analyses of the conceptual apparatus that informs the many dimensions of health care practices, challenging the fundamental relationships of authority that exist between patients and health care practitioners, questioning the tradition of using classical ethical theories within the domain of health care, and suggesting a set of different directions in which health care should develop.

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Raphael Sassower
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Medical education: The training of ethical physicians.Raphael Sassower - 1990 - Studies in Philosophy and Education 10 (3):251-261.

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