Respect for Persons Is Not Always About Consent: The Importance of Context

American Journal of Bioethics 24 (4):115-118 (2024)
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The case (Dawson et al. 2024) raises tensions between the ethical demands of respect for patient autonomy, patients’ clinical needs, and research to improve clinical care. Given burn patients’ urge...

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