Measurement Tools in Clinical Ethics
Measurement Instruments in Clinical Ethics presents an overview of studies of ethical concepts in clinical and research activities. The studies covered use interview scales or other methods of gathering data that have undergone rigorous analysis of their psychometric characteristics. This book describes these instruments and critiques their stage of development. This work strives to further the debate regarding what evolving ethical standards mean for clinicians and researchers.
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