Should doctors inform terminally ill patients? The opinions of nationals and doctors in the United Arab Emirates

Dublin Core

Title

Should doctors inform terminally ill patients? The opinions of nationals and doctors in the United Arab Emirates

Author

Harrison, Ann
Al-Saadi, Ahmed M.H.
Al-Kaabi, Ali S.O.
Al- Kaabi, Mohammed R.S.
Al-Bedwawi, Saif S.M.
Al-Kaabi, Saif O.M.
Al-Neaimi, Salem B.S.

Publisher

1997/04/00

Language

English

Publication Date

19970400

Primary Classification

8.2

Secondary Classification

8.2;7.1;20.4.1;21.7

Primary keywords

attitude of health personnel--[pri];cultural pluralism--[pri];physicians--[pri];prognosis--[pri];public opinion--[pri];terminally ill--[pri];truth disclosure--[pri]

Secondary keywords

comparative studies;family members;international aspects;interviews;professional patient relationship;questionnaires;survey;trust

Subject

United Arab Emirates--[pri]

Journal Article

Journal of Medical Ethics 1997 April; 23(2): 101-107

Primary Document Type

ja

Call Number

journal

Bibliography

10 refs.

Collection

Citation

“Should doctors inform terminally ill patients? The opinions of nationals and doctors in the United Arab Emirates,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 14, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/33590.