A bridge too far: individualised claims of conscience.


This article will explore the role of conscience in cases which are not subject to a predictable, generalisable rule-based conscientious objection. These claims arise in cases where doctors, who might have previously provided the treatment at issue, determine that the specific facts of a case mean that they cannot morally provide treatment. In legal cases… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/medlaw/fwv011


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