Ethics and SARS Lessons from Toronto

Singer, P., Benatar, S., Bernstein, M., et al. (2003). Ethics and SARS: Lessons from Toronto. British Medical Journal. 327(7427): 1342-1344.
The authors formed a working group and developed a list of SARS-related ethical issues and values by a consensus process. They also developed a framework for looking at the ethical implications of the SARS outbreak, including 10 key ethical values, and five major ethical issues faced by medical decision makers.
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