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Is There a Case for Paternalism in Forensic Nursing?

Williams, Dian L.

Journal of Forensic Nursing: June 2007 - Volume 3 - Issue 2 - p 93–94
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Forensic nurses often face a competing duty to patients and society. This article explores possible solutions to the ethical conflict.

Dian L. Williams, PhD, RN, CLN, DF-IAFN,is President, Center for Arson Research, Philadelphia, PA, and an Assistant Professor in criminal justice at West Chester University, West Chester, PA. She can be reached atDrArson@msn.com.

If you would like to write for this column or send feedback, please contact column editor Dian Williams at the e-mail address shown above. Visitwww.iafn.orgfor Author Guidelines and more information.

© 2007 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.
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