Transparency in neonatal intensive care

May 1992
Hastings Center Report;May/Jun92, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p18
Academic Journal
Discusses decision-making about premature infants. Decision strategies and parental choice; A study of decision-making and communication in the NICU; Howard Brody's `transparency' model; Definition of the consent relationship; Transparency in theNICU. INSET: Parents at the Bedside, by Perri Klass..


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