Patients, medical treatment and Christian ethics: From person to ethics

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Ford, Norman. (2007). Patients, medical treatment and Christian ethics: From person to ethics. The Australasian Catholic Record. 84(2), pp. 209 - 222.
AuthorsFord, Norman
Abstract

The Catholic Church believes that lay people, especially doctors, should be given the freedom to exercise their own prudential judgement where patients are concerned, provided the necessary social guarantees are in place to prevent abuses.

Year2007
JournalThe Australasian Catholic Record
Journal citation84 (2), pp. 209 - 222
PublisherAustralasian Catholic Record
ISSN0727-3215
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Page range209 - 222
Research GroupSchool of Philosophy
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