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(p. 27) Placing Laws Into Ethical Context 

(p. 27) Placing Laws Into Ethical Context
(p. 27) Placing Laws Into Ethical Context

Mary Alice Fisher

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date: 06 April 2020

Chapter 3 discusses placing laws into ethical context, including recognizing the difference between ethical standards and laws and making a distinction between voluntary and legally compelled (involuntary) disclosures of patient information, as well as using an ethical practice model to integrate ethical duties and legal requirements.

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