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Faculty Board Member and Consulting Editor
Arthur R. Derse, MD, JD
Director and Professor
Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities
Institute for Health and Society Medical College of Wisconsin
Shelly Morrow Mark
- "Rationing" vs. defensive medicine? New approach is neither of the two
- Patients face real risks with "defensive" medicine
- Study reveals doctors' unethical online practices
- New policy outlines ethical social media use
- Ethical challenges with social media
- Bias toward low-income patients may be unconscious
- Should providers warn others of genetic results?
- Study: Most doctors have been untruthful
- How much "sugar-coating" is unethical?
- Physician payments: Public trust is issue
- Discuss new developments in regulation and health care system approaches to bioethical issues applicable to specific health care systems
- Explain the implications for new developments in bioethics as it relates to all aspects of patient care and health care delivery in institutional settings
- Discuss the effect of bioethics on patients, their families, physicians, and society
Financial Disclosure:Arthur R. Derse, MD, JD (Board Member), Shelly Morrow Mark (Executive Editor), Leslie Hamlin (Managing Editor), and Stacey Kusterbeck (Writer), report no consultant, stockholder, speakers’ bureau, research, or other financial relationships with companies having ties to this field of study.
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