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Margin of error : the ethics of mistakes in the practice of medicine

Author: Susan B Rubin; Laurie Zoloth
Publisher: Hagerstown, Md. : University Pub. Group, ©2000.
Series: Ethics in clinical medicine series.
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Margin of error.
Hagerstown, Md. : University Pub. Group, c2000
(OCoLC)606514068
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan B Rubin; Laurie Zoloth
ISBN: 1555720536 9781555720537
OCLC Number: 44646824
Description: x, 374 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Framing our mistakes --
Ch. 2. To err is human: american culture, history, and medical error --
Ch. 3. The life-long-error, or John Marcher the Proleptic --
Ch. 4. Humility reconsidered --
Ch. 5. Mistakes in context --
Ch. 6. Facing our mistakes --
Ch. 7. Error in medicine --
Ch. 8. Mistakes in medicine: personal and moral responses --
Ch. 9. Learning to keep a cautious tongue: the reporting of mistakes in neurosurgery, 1890 to 1930 --
Ch. 10. Rush from judgment --
Ch. 11. How should ethics consultants respond when careproviders have made or may have made a mistake? Beware of ethical fly paper! --
Ch. 12. Taking responsibility for medical mistakes --
Ch. 13. Dead wrong: error in clinical ethics consultation --
Ch. 14. Moral residue --
Ch. 15. Quality and error in bioethics consultation: a puzzle in pieces --
Ch. 16. Errors in ethics consultation --
Ch. 17. Margin of error: the sociology of ethics consultation --
Ch. 18. Ethics consultation and the law: what is the standard of care? --
Ch. 19. Continuous quality improvement in case reviews facilitated by hospital ethics committees --
Ch. 20. Why medical ethicists don't (and won't) share uncertainty --
Ch. 21. Errors in healthcare ethics consultation.
Series Title: Ethics in clinical medicine series.
Responsibility: edited by Susan B. Rubin and Laurie Zoloth.

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