2 edition of Opinions of the public and of physicians after a century of the American Medical Association found in the catalog.
Opinions of the public and of physicians after a century of the American Medical Association
Opinion Research Corporation (U.S.)
Written in English
Supplements the American Medical Association"s Report of the Special Committee on Executive Session for the Consideration of the Rich Report.
|Statement||... Prepared for the Medical Services Foundation ...|
|Contributions||Medical Services Foundation, Chicago., American Medical Association.|
|LC Classifications||R152 .O6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||med47002684|
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Physicians from the 3 states that have been previously studied—Oregon, Washington, and Michigan—held opinions toward the legalization of physician-assisted suicide that were not significantly different from physicians in the rest of the country (n = 47 for these states, P). B.D. Rowley, D.C. Baldwin, and M.B. McGuire, “Selected Characteristics of Graduate Medical Education in the United States,” Journal of the American Medical Association , no. 7 ():
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