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    When Physicians Forego the Doctor-Patient Relationship, Should They Elect to Self-Prescribe or Curbside? An Empirical and Ethical Analysis.J. K. Walter, C. W. Lang & L. F. Ross - 2010 - Journal of Medical Ethics 36 (1):19-23.
    Background: The American Medical Association, the British Medical Association and the Canadian Medical Association have guidelines that specifically discourage physicians from self-prescribing or prescribing to family members, but only the BMA addresses informal prescription requests between colleagues. Objective: To examine the practices of paediatric providers regarding self-prescribing, curbsiding colleagues, and prescribing and refusing to prescribe to friends and family. Methods: 1086 paediatricians listed from the American Academy of Paediatrics 2007 web-based directory were surveyed. Results: 44% of eligible survey respondents returned (...)
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    Attitudes of African-American Parents About Biobank Participation and Return of Results for Themselves and Their Children.C. M. E. Halverson & L. F. Ross - 2012 - Journal of Medical Ethics 38 (9):561-566.
    Introduction Biobank-based research is growing in importance. A major controversy exists about the return of aggregate and individual research results. Methods The authors used a mixed-method approach in order to study parents' attitudes towards the return of research results regarding themselves and their children. Participants attended four 2-h, deliberative-engagement sessions held on two consecutive Saturdays. Each session consisted of an educational presentation followed by focus-group discussions with structured questions and prompts. This manuscript examines discussions from the second Saturday which focused (...)
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    Attitudes of Healthcare Professionals and Parents Regarding Genetic Testing for Violent Traits in Childhood. E. Campbell & L. F. Ross - 2004 - Journal of Medical Ethics 30 (6):580-586.
    Objectives: Although no genetic tests for violent behaviour are currently available, research is ongoing to isolate genes related to a propensity for violence. We explored the attitudes of parents and healthcare professionals toward behavioural genetic testing for violence.Design: The attitudes of healthcare professionals and the lay public about genetic testing of children were elicited for a range of conditions through interviews with healthcare professionals and focus groups with parents. All participants were informed that behavioural genetic testing was the only hypothetical (...)
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    ""Why" Doctor, If This Were Your Child, What Would You Do?" Deserves an Answer.L. F. Ross - 2003 - Journal of Clinical Ethics 14 (1-2):59.
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  5. ODERBERG, DS-Applied Ethics.L. F. Ross - 2001 - Philosophical Books 42 (1):72-74.
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    Disclosing the Diagnosis of HIV in Pediatrics.E. Flanagan-Klygis, L. F. Ross, J. Lantos, J. Frader & R. Yogev - 2001 - Journal of Clinical Ethics 12 (2):150.
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    Different Standards Are Not Double Standards: All Elective Surgical Patients Are Not Alike.L. Friedman Ross, Walter Glannon, Lawrence J. Gottlieb & ThistlethwaiteJr - 2012 - Journal of Clinical Ethics 23 (2):118.
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