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Social tags are user-generated keywords associated with some resource on the Web. In the case of music, social tags have become an important component of " Web2.0 " recommender systems, allowing users to generate playlists based on use-dependent terms such as chill or jogging that have been applied to particular songs. In this paper, we propose a method for(More)
OBJECTIVE This article explores the commitment of faculty to ethics training in psychiatric education. Although psychiatry has insufficiently addressed the profession's need for ethics training in education, program directors acknowledge its critical importance, and its positive impact has been demonstrated. Additionally, residents often seek ethics(More)
Psychiatry has not reached a consensus hitherto concerning an optimal theoretical framework for ethical decision-making and corresponding action. Various theories have been considered, but found wanting. Moreover, classic theories may contradict one another, contribute to confusion and immobilise the clinician. We have examined major theories commonly(More)
OBJECTIVE Psychiatrists are under immense ethical pressure when practicing in circumstances that reasonable, informed colleagues would regard as not "good enough" in that they do not adequately meet the needs of patients and patients' families. This article is an examination of the ethical quandaries that ensue and options for response. METHOD The authors(More)
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(NIST) promotes the U.S. economy and public welfare by providing technical leadership for the nation's measurement and standards infrastructure. ITL develops tests, test methods, reference data, proof of concept implementations, and technical analysis to advance the development and productive use of information technology. ITL's responsibilities include the(More)
The author reviews moral arguments supporting a right to medical care, as well as empirical data concerning the effects of mental illness on society, and explores their relevance to a rights-based claim to mental health care. He concludes that there is ample ethical justification for a right to mental health care, given the obvious benefit it would convey(More)