Special Feature – Medical Ethics Essay
Singapore Med J 2002 Vol 43(3) : 148-151
Deconstructing Paternalism – What Serves the Patient Best?
N H S S Tan (This Essay won the Singapore Medical Association Ethics Essay Award (Non-medical Undergraduate Category) in 2001.)
ABSTRACT On the mot
The Abused Vs The Abuser: Who Has More Rights?
Introduction to Ethics & Social Responsibility
Instructor: Robert Olson
December 12, 2010
Domestic Violence is an issue that not only touches the life of the abused but also touches the life of the family
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