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Ethics Issues in Neurology

Created:   1/31/2014
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VIDEOS ON DEMAND: Why are neurologists feeling burned out?

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VIDEOS ON DEMAND: How should neurologists manage the prescribing of opioids?

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BOOKSHELF: What Makes Life Worth Living When We're Old and Frail? Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End. By Atul Gawande. 282 pages. Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt &...

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Best Advances of 2014: Picks from the Neurology Today Editorial Advisory Board

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Should More Patients at the End of Life Be Referred to Hospice?

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Institute of Medicine Report Calls for Sweeping Reforms to End-of-Life Care

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Why Is There a Disparity in Reporting Preclinical Studies?

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IN PRACTICE: Can I Charge for That? Missed Appointments, After-Hour Refills, and Other Tasks Outside the Traditional Billing Codes

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BOOKSHELF: It's a Family Affair — Medical Ethics and Professionalism: Then and Now

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Special Report: What Neurologists Are Doing About Medical Marijuana

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VIDEO ON DEMAND: How should clinicians address “incidental” medical findings that might surface when they are investigating a seemingly unrelated clinical issue?

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Here We (Neurologists) Go Again — Brain Death in the News Invites Some Old, Some New Questions

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What to Do About ‘Incidental’ Medical Findings?: Federal Bioethics Panel Offers Guidance

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E-Iatrogenesis, Cloning, Pseudo-Histories and Other Unintentional Pitfalls of Electronic Health Records: An Interview with James Bernat, MD

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ASK THE NEUROETHICIST: Can You Avoid the Nocebo Response But Still Fully Inform Patients About Potential Medication Side Effects?

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ASK THE NEUROETHICIST: A Common Conundrum — and Against All Odds: “I Want You to Do Everything to Save Her!”

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Ask the Neuroethicist: Can a Neurologist Write a DNR Order on a Terminally Ill Patient Without Consent?

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Ask the Neuroethicist: Should Patients in Disordered States of Consciousness Be Enrolled in Research? How to Decide

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Ask the Neuroethicist: Frontotemporal Dementia or Midlife Crisis? Evaluating Capacity and Consent for Participation in Research

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Ask the Neuroethicist: Should a Neurologist Administer a Placebo Infusion to Diagnose Non‐epileptic Seizures?

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