Hospital as foreign country.


As the world has been broken into ever more discrete segments, normative judgments--as distinct from descriptive--have been increasingly relegated to so-called private, personal experience. It appears that in medical ethics, the autonomy of the patient and the autonomy of the physician must be simultaneously protected. This essay argues for a more community… (More)

Cite this paper

@article{Bettenhausen1987HospitalAF, title={Hospital as foreign country.}, author={Eva Bettenhausen}, journal={Journal of health care chaplaincy}, year={1987}, volume={1 1}, pages={49-61} }