Virtual Mentor. April 2004, Volume 6, Number 4.
April 2004 Contents
Medicine and the Social Contract
From the Editor
"Sign on the Dotted Line"
Educating for Professionalism
Rationing of Intensive Home Dialysis
Peer Reporting of Suspected Physician Misconduct
Physician Service to the Underserved
Retainer Practice: Scientific, Social Justice, and Ethical Perspectives
Physicians as Citizens
Can Medicare Keep Its Contract?
Prospects for Daily Nocturnal Hemodialysis (DNHD)
Law, Policy, and Society
Good Samaritan Statutes: Are Medical Volunteers Protected?
Medicine and Society
Professionalism and Medicine's Social Contract with Society
The Physician's Role in Society: Enhancing the Health of Individuals and the Public
Op-Ed and Correspondence
Global Health Equity
Reevaluating the Social Contract in American Medicine
Suggested Readings and Resources
About the Contributors
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