The Unbefriended Patient: An Exercise in Ethical Clinical Reasoning

  title={The Unbefriended Patient: An Exercise in Ethical Clinical Reasoning},
  author={Denise M. Connor and G. David Elkin and Kewchang Lee and Vanessa Thompson and Heather K. Whelan},
  journal={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
Exercises in Clinical Reasoning The Unbefriended Patient: An Exercise in Ethical Clinical Reasoning Denise M. Connor, MD, G. David Elkin, MD, Kewchang Lee, MD, Vanessa Thompson, MD, and Heather Whelan, MD Division of HospitalMedicine, San FranciscoVAHealthCare System, San Francisco, CA, USA; Department ofMedicine, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA; Mental Health Service, San Francisco VAHealth Care System, San Francisco, CA, USA; Psychiatry Service, San Francisco… CONTINUE READING
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