By Allen R. Dyer (NHC Fellow, 1981–82)
Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, 1988
From the publisher’s description:
Ethical questions lie at the heart of all psychiatric dilemmas. Ethics and Psychiatry examines the day-to-day issues affecting medical ethics, such as confidentiality, informed consent and moral perfection. The book focuses on the ethics of professional advertising; examines the importance of privacy of the doctor-patient relationship, and illustrates some of the many threats to that privacy; looks closely at the ever-present tension between the mind and body of modem medicine; and explores the meaning of medical responsibility.
SubjectsMedicine / Ethics / Psychiatry / Medical Ethics /
Dyer, Allen R. (NHC Fellow, 1981–82). Ethics and Psychiatry: Toward Professional Definition. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, 1988.