Paul Abplanalp

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  • P Abplanalp
  • 1994
BACKGROUND Modern optometric practice contains many more mildly invasive procedures than it has traditionally. Concurrently, patients expect a more active role in decisions concerning their own health care, as, increasingly, these decisions may have harmful, as well as, salubrious, consequences. METHODS Literature from the philosophy of ethics as it(More)
The authors express the opinion that optometry schools have obligations to the profession and the public which involve missions beyond their primary function of educating and training students. They identify those missions which they believe are highly important but only partially addressed. They are: clinical research; expansion of optometry's scientific(More)
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