Review of randomised controlled trials of traditional Chinese medicine.

@article{Tang1999ReviewOR,
  title={Review of randomised controlled trials of traditional Chinese medicine.},
  author={Jin-Ling Tang and Siyan Zhan and Edzard Edzard Ernst},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={1999},
  volume={319 7203},
  pages={160-1}
}
ined by male doctors. Thirty seven departments were more likely to offer chaperones during examinations of patients aged under 16. Only 20 respondents said that their hospital had a policy on chaperoning. Fourteen knew of allegations of impropriety concerning medical or nursing staff in their department during the preceding five years. In the opinion of half of these respondents, allegations could have been prevented had a chaperone been present. 
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