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    Maryland’s Experience With the COVID-19 Surge: What Worked, What Didn’t, What Next?
    with H. Gwon, M. Haeri, D. E. Hoffmann, A. Kelmenson, J. F. Kraus, C. Onyegwara, C. Paradissis, G. Povar, J. Schwartz, F. Sheikh, and A. J. Tarzian
    American Journal of Bioethics 20 (7): 150-152. 2020.
    Volume 20, Issue 7, July 2020, Page 150-152.
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    When negative rights become positive entitlements: complicity, conscience, and caregiving
    with A. G. Shuman, J. S. Moyer, M. E. Prince, and J. J. Fins
    Journal of Clinical Ethics 23 (4): 308-315. 2012.
    Clinicians have an obligation to ensure that patients with adequate capacity can make autonomous decisions. Thus, patients who choose to forego treatment and leave hospitals “against medical advice” are typically allowed to do so. But what happens when they require clinicians’ assistance to physically leave? Is it incumbent upon clinicians to not only respect and fulfill patients’ requests with which they disagree, but to physically assist in their fulfillment? We attempt to develop an ethical f…Read more
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