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Evidence-based medical ethics

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Evidence-based medical ethics[1][2] is a form of medical ethics that uses knowledge from ethical principles, legal precedent, and evidence-based medicine to draw solutions to ethical dilemmas in the health care field. Sometimes this is also referred to as argument-based medical ethics.[3] It is also the title of the book Evidence-Based Medical Ethics: Cases for Practice-Based Learning[4] by Drs. [5]

References

  1. ^ Evidence based medicine and ethics. Hope T. J Med Ethics. 1995 October; 21(5): 259–260.
  2. ^ Ethics and evidence based medicine. Kerridge I, Lowe M, Henry D. BMJ. 1998;316:1151-1153 (11 April).
  3. ^ Argument-based medical ethics: A formal tool for critically appraising the normative medical ethics literature. McCullough LB, Coverdale JH, and Chervenak FA. AJOG. 191 (4): 1097-1102. October 2004.
  4. ^ Evidence-Based Medical Ethics: Cases for Practice-Based Learning. Snyder, John E., Gauthier, Candace C. 2008, 240 p., Hardcover. ISBN 978-1-60327-245-2.
  5. ^ Evidence-based ethics? On evidence-based practice and the "empirical turn" from normative bioethics. Goldenberg MJ. BMC Med Ethics. 2005 November;6(11): http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6939/6/11.
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