The Balance between Beneficence and Respect for Patient Autonomy in Clinical Medical Ethics in France

Abstract
A pilot center for clinical ethics in France opened with the establishment of the “Centre d'éthique clinique” at Cochin Hospital in Paris, September 2002. Unlike the longer history in the United States of providing ethics consultation for ethical issues deriving from physician–patient interactions, this center marks a new development in bringing clinical ethics to Europe
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DOI 10.1017/S0963180105050383
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