Friday, March 21, 2008

the charles smith blog

"An Extraordinary Development in Canada:
Three Inquiries Based on Flawed Pathology In One Country At The Same Time;
Crisis?"

Not really an extraordinary development.
Pathology standards, as well as all other medical standards,
appear to have been consistent for years.

Is this another example?


4 comments:

Anonymous said...


MAINTENANCE OF PROFESSIONAL REPUTATIONS AT ALL COSTS

K said...

Thanks for the information on ethics.

We recently wrote an article on doctor ethics on Brain Blogger. Doctors face so many different ethical questions that sometimes have no clear-cut answer. What if a doctor was out at dinner and got a call that a patient that wasn't in a life-threating situation needed his help? Should he go or should he stay?

We would like to read your comments on our article. Thank you.

Sincerely,
Kelly

Anonymous said...

A contrasting view (really?) of what can be expected in medical ethics

click here
.

Believability!? Respect!?

Is "informed consent" a meaningful expression in normal patient/doctor dealings?

Anonymous said...

Look a this post for a clear example of the ethics standard that can be expected from a
doctor in relation to compassion and truthfulness.

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