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  1. The Anatomy of Electronic Patient Record Ethics: A Framework to Guide Design, Development, Implementation, and Use.Tim Jacquemard, Colin P. Doherty & Mary B. Fitzsimons - 2021 - BMC Medical Ethics 22 (1):1-14.
    Background This manuscript presents a framework to guide the identification and assessment of ethical opportunities and challenges associated with electronic patient records. The framework is intended to support designers, software engineers, health service managers, and end-users to realise a responsible, robust and reliable EPR-enabled healthcare system that delivers safe, quality assured, value conscious care. Methods Development of the EPR applied ethics framework was preceded by a scoping review which mapped the literature related to the ethics of EPR technology. The underlying (...)
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  • Examination and Diagnosis of Electronic Patient Records and Their Associated Ethics: A Scoping Literature Review.Tim Jacquemard, Colin P. Doherty & Mary B. Fitzsimons - 2020 - BMC Medical Ethics 21 (1):1-13.
    BackgroundElectronic patient record technology is a key enabler for improvements to healthcare service and management. To ensure these improvements and the means to achieve them are socially and ethically desirable, careful consideration of the ethical implications of EPRs is indicated. The purpose of this scoping review was to map the literature related to the ethics of EPR technology. The literature review was conducted to catalogue the prevalent ethical terms, to describe the associated ethical challenges and opportunities, and to identify the (...)
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  • Assessment of Doctors’ Knowledge and Attitudes Towards Confidentiality in Hospital Care.Cristina M. Beltran-Aroca, Fernando Labella, Pilar Font-Ugalde & Eloy Girela-Lopez - 2019 - Science and Engineering Ethics 25 (5):1531-1548.
    The physician’s duty of confidentiality is based on the observance of the patient’s privacy and intimacy and on the importance of respecting both of these rights, thus creating a relationship of confidence and collaboration between doctor and patient. The main objective of this work consists of analyzing the aspects that are related to the confidentiality of patients’ data with respect to the training, conduct and opinions of doctors from different Clinical Management Units of a third-level hospital via a questionnaire. The (...)
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