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(p. 1) Juggling Porcupines: Being Ethical in Challenging Roles and Work Settings 

(p. 1) Juggling Porcupines: Being Ethical in Challenging Roles and Work Settings
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(p. 1) Juggling Porcupines: Being Ethical in Challenging Roles and Work Settings
Author(s):

W. Brad Johnson

and Gerald P. Koocher

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195385298.003.0001
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date: 22 November 2019

This chapter presents an introduction to the title, and discusses the difficulties in being ethical in challenging roles and work settings. It explores the rationale for the title, and presents an overview of the structure that the individual case studies will take.

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