- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
1A Primer on Conscience Clauses
2Defining Medical Professionalism
3Moral Diversity in Medicine and the Ideal of Doctor-Patient Matching
4Which Institution? Licensing Boards Bearing the Burdens of Conscience and Access
5Measuring Patient Demand and Determining Which Demands to Meet
6Measuring Physician Supply and Limiting the Grounds for Physician Refusal
7Calibrating Supply and Demand
8The “Hard” Cases: When the Institutional Solution Fails
9Physician Obligations and Sacrifices
10Addressing Skeptics, a Model Statute, and Conclusions
Appendix:Statutes, Regulations, and Case Law
- Conflicts of Conscience in Health Care
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