HEC Forum

, Volume 7, Issue 6, pp 364–366 | Cite as

Should religiously-oriented healthcare institutions have at least one HEC member with opposing views from the institution's "standard position"? Yes

  • Eugene Siegel
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Healthcare Institution Opposing View Standard Position 

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