Information disclosure and decision-making: the Middle East versus the Far East and the West

Dublin Core

Title

Information disclosure and decision-making: the Middle East versus the Far East and the West

Author

Mobeireek, A.F.
Al-Kassimi, F.
Al-Zahrani, K.
Al-Shimemeri, A.
al-Damegh, S.
Al-Amoudi, O.
Al-Eithan, S.
Al-Ghamdi, B.
Gamal-Eldin, M.

Publisher

2008/04/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20080400

Primary Classification

8.2

Secondary Classification

8.2;9.5.6;20.4.1;20.5.1;20.7;21.1

Primary keywords

allowing to die--[pri];assisted suicide--[pri];attitude of health personnel--[pri];attitudes--[pri];cross-cultural comparison--[pri];decision making--[pri];patients--[pri];physicians--[pri];truth disclosure--[pri]

Secondary keywords

advance directive adherence;attitudes to death;autonomy;cancer;confidentiality;diagnosis;family members;HIV infections;Muslims;non-Western world;paternalism;physician patient relationship;professional family relationship;prognosis;questionnaires;survey;terminally ill;treatment refusal;ventilators;Western world;withholding treatment

Subject

Japan--[pri];Saudi Arabia--[pri];United States--[pri]

Subject

Far East;Middle East

Journal Article

Journal of Medical Ethics 2008 April; 34(4):225-229

Note

35

Call Number

journal

Bibliography

30 refs.

Collection

Citation

“Information disclosure and decision-making: the Middle East versus the Far East and the West,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 14, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34405.