Whose information is it anyway? Informing a 12-year-old patient of her terminal prognosis

Title

Whose information is it anyway? Informing a 12-year-old patient of her terminal prognosis

Creator

Goldie J; Schwartz L; Morrison J

Publisher

Journal Of Medical Ethics

Date

2005

Subject

PedPal Lit; 3; Age Factors Attitude of Health Personnel Attitude to Health Child Cohort Studies Communication Barriers Curriculum; as they pass through a modern medical curriculum. DESIGN: A cohort study of students entering Glasgow University's new medical curriculum in October 1996. METHODS: Students' responses obtained before year 1 and at the end of years 1; Disclosure Female Humans Leukemia/psychology Parents/psychology Paternalism Personal Autonomy Physician-Patient Relations/ethics Prognosis Research Support; few students chose the consensus answer before year 1 and there was no significant movement towards consensus at any point during the course. In defence of their decision to withhold information; Medical/psychologyTerminally Ill%X OBJECTIVE: To examine students' attitudes and potential behaviour towards informing a 12-year-old patient of her terminal prognosis in a situation in which her parents do not wish her to be told; Non-U.S. Gov't Students

Description

2005

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

427-34

Issue

7

Volume

31

Citation

Goldie J; Schwartz L; Morrison J, “Whose information is it anyway? Informing a 12-year-old patient of her terminal prognosis,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed October 18, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/13421.

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