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《Hospital Administration Journal of Chinese People's Liberation Army》 2016-01
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The Interpretation of “Stories in the ER”from the Perspective of Medical Ethics

ZHU Jian-hui;WANG Tao;Propaganda department,Shanghai Sixth People's Hospital;Emergency department,Shanghai Sixth People's Hospital;  
Stories in the ER was a real show with medical documentary materials. The stories occurred in the emergency room have been recorded in details. Medical was a special industry,and emergency room was also a special place in hospital. Medical ethics problems in the shooting this show could not be avoided,but need to get the correct guidance. In the process of shooting the show,the hospital,patients,family members,medical care,work attendance,other social roles,and their complex ethical relations,need to be standardized from the perspective of medical ethics. In this paper,the medical ethical issues related to Stories in the ER were discussed from three aspects of the shooting process,medical communication and medical practice.
【Fund】: 中国医院协会医院文化专业委员会创新研究课题项目(WA201511)
【CateGory Index】: R-052
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