Remarks on the Problem of Informed Consent in Japan : The doctor-Patient Relationship and Implicit Personality Theory

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丸山, 久美子;
(1998)
  • Journal: 聖学院大学論叢 = The Journal of Seigakuin University,volume 第11巻,issue 第1号,pages89-110 (issn: 0915-2539)
  • Subject: Implicit Personality Theory | Informed Consent | Doctor-Patient Relationship | Formation of First Impressions
    mesheuropmc: education | humanities

In Japan it is very difficult to investigate the matter of telling the truth to terminally-ill cancer patients or to obtain informed consent from patients. The reason is that there is no consensus about obtaining informed consent from terminally-ill cancer patients or o... View more
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