Volume 35, Issue 1 (January 1990)
A Review of Law and Medical Ethics, Second edition
The authors of this discourse on a subject which has spawned lengthy discussions for both physician and attorney characterize this work as a handbook on the subject. They do not elaborate by whom they intend it to be so used, and I am at a loss to conceive as to its use as such by anyone interested in the field. It is clearly aimed at an audience outside the United States, mostly in the United Kingdom and, therefore, has little use for physicians and interested parties in this country for other than an introductory text on the subject.