Getting Doctors to Listen: Ethics and Outcomes Data in Context
by Philip J. Boyle
Georgetown University Press
Paper: 978-0-87840-782-8

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This book examines why physicians are often surprisingly reluctant to follow guidelines for treating patients based on research data. It assesses the merits of these concerns—which include worries about legal liability, financial incentives, the scientific validity of the data, and the objectivity of the issuer of the guidelines. It also proposes ways of developing more useful data and more effective guidelines that would reduce their objections.


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