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    Doctor-Family-Patient Relationship: The Chinese Paradigm of Informed Consent.Yali Cong - 2004 - Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 29 (2):149 – 178.
    Bioethics is a subject far removed from the Chinese, even from many Chinese medical students and medical professionals. In-depth interviews with eighteen physicians, patients, and family members provided a deeper understanding of bioethical practices in contemporary China, especially with regard to the doctor-patient relationship (DPR) and informed consent. The Chinese model of doctor-family-patient relationship (DFPR), instead of DPR, is taken to reflect Chinese Confucian cultural commitments. An examination of the history of Chinese culture and the profession of medicine in China (...)
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    Ethical Challenges in Critical Care Medicine: A Chinese Perspective.Yali Cong - 1998 - Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 23 (6):581 – 600.
    The major ethical challenges for critical care medicine in China include the high cost of patient care in the ICU, the effect of payment mechanisms on access to critical care, the fact that much more money is spent on patients who die than on ones who live, the extent to which an attempt to rescue and save a patient is made, and the great geographical disparity in distribution of critical care. The ethical problems surrounding critical care medicine bear much relation (...)
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    The VIP Floors.Yali Cong, Linying Hu & James Dwyer - 2005 - Hastings Center Report 35 (1):16-17.
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  4. Case Study: The VIP Floors.Yali Cong, Linying Hu & James Dwyer - 2005 - Hastings Center Report 35 (1):16.