Symposium on the ethics of research publishing
Confidentiality and the ethics of medical ethics
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In response to your interesting article I would thank you for raising the issue of potential breach of confidence in relation to the teaching of ethics.
I think what is missing from your account, from my perspective, is the concept of members of OUR society being in this together. It is not simply an issue which should be debated in the rather 'them-patients' and 'us-practitioners' manne...