Ethics, patient rights and staff attitudes in Shanghai's psychiatric hospitals

BMC Medical Ethics 13 (1):8- (2012)
Abstract
Adherence to ethical principles in clinical research and practice is becoming topical issue in China, where the prevalence of mental illness is rising, but treatment facilities remain underdeveloped. This paper reports on a study aiming to understand the ethical knowledge and attitudes of Chinese mental health professionals in relation to the process of diagnosis and treatment, informed consent, and privacy protection in clinical trials
Keywords Psychiatric hospital  Bioethics  Hospital Ethics Committees  Health Care Surveys  China
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