Grand Rounds May 15, 2014Dr. James Metz and Social Worker Ana Brown present an example of a case where a parent's blog provided evidence of parental behavior that had lead the clinicians to believe the child had serious medical problems when the child was actually healthy. Dr. Megan Moreno offers an analysis of the issues raised by this example relating to the range of expectations for privacy on the internet and whether clinicians should "Google" parents when the clinician has some suspicion of care giver fabrication.
Challenging Decision-Making in High-Risk Surgical Infants: A Tool to Help Families and Providers
Do Physicians Exert Undue Influence When Recruiting for Clinical Trials in the NICU?
Should Children with Disability Be Listed for Heart Transplant?
Sconyers/Godfrey Ethics Grand Rounds.Commentator: David Magnus, PhD, Thomas A. Raffin Professor in Medicine and Biomedical Ethics, Director, Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics, StanfordCase...
Ethics of Early-Phase Trials in Children with Cancer
Treuman Katz Bioethics LectureSteven Joffe, MD, MPH, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
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