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    Understanding Moral Distress Through the Lens of Social Reflective Equilibrium.Carolyn W. April & Michael D. April - 2016 - American Journal of Bioethics 16 (12):25-27.
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    Proxy Consent by a Physician When a Patient’s Capacity Is Equivocal: Respecting a Patient’s Autonomy by Overriding the Patient’s Ostensible Treatment Preferences.Michael D. April, Carolyn April & Abraham Graber - 2018 - Journal of Clinical Ethics 29 (4):266-275.
    Respect for patients’ autonomy has taken a central place in the practice of medicine. Received wisdom holds that respect for autonomy allows overriding a patient’s treatment preferences only if the patient has been found to lack capacity. This understanding of respect for autonomy requires a dichotomous approach to assessing capacity, whereby a patient must be found either to have full capacity to make some particular treatment decision or must be found to lack capacity to make that decision. However, clinical reality (...)
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    Optimizing Military Human Subjects Protection and Research Productivity: The Role of Institutional Memory.Michael D. April, Carolyn W. April, Steven G. Schauer, Joseph K. Maddry, Daniel J. Sessions, W. Tyler Davis, Patrick C. Ng, Joshua Oliver & Robert A. Delorenzo - 2016 - American Journal of Bioethics 16 (8):43-45.
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    Physician-Soldier: Navigating the Tension Between Military and Medical Necessity.Michael D. April, Carolyn W. April & Chetan U. Kharod - 2017 - American Journal of Bioethics 17 (10):59-61.
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