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Ethical Issues in the Response to Ebola Virus Disease in US Emergency Departments: A Position Paper of the American College of Emergency Physicians, the Emergency Nurses Association and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine

Venkat, A., Wolf, L., Geiderman, J., et al. (2015). Ethical Issues in the Response to Ebola Virus Disease in US Emergency Departments: A Position Paper of the American College of Emergency Physicians, the Emergency Nurses Association and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. (Abstract only.) Journal of Emergency Nursing, 41(2):e5-e16.

The American College of Emergency Physicians, the Emergency Nurses Association and the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine jointly developed a position paper to share guidance with U.S. emergency physicians, emergency nurses, and other healthcare stakeholders on how to approach the ethical dilemmas posed by the Ebola outbreak with commentary on duty to treat as well as clinical care.
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