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    General practitioners’ ethical decision-making: Does being a patient themselves make a difference?
    with Katherine Helen Hall, Chrystal Jaye, and Jessica Young
    Clinical Ethics 13 (4): 199-208. 2018.
    There is very little literature on the actual decision-making frameworks used by general practitioners with respect to ethical issues and virtually none on the impact of personal experiences of illness on this. This study aimed to investigate what these frameworks might be and if and how they were altered by doctors’ own illness experience. Twenty general practitioners were recruited, 10 having had a previous serious medical illness and 10 having no such history. They participated in a semi-stru…Read more