臨床試驗所蘊含的醫病關係新視野-癌症專科醫師的口述訪談剪影

Translated title of the contribution: New Perspectives Embedded in Clinical Trials-An Oral History Sketch with Medical Oncologists

Duu-Jian Tsai, Fei-Yi Liang, Yu-Chia Chen

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    Abstract

    Contextualizing new ideas and technologies has been crucial foundation for the development and institutionalization of medical oncology in Taiwan. This development is closely related to social trust building and has become the essence of medical social contracts. This paper is part of the 'Taiwan Oncology Oral History Project,' sponsored by Chinese Oncology Society in Taiwan. The doctor-patient relationship embedded in the institutionalization of cancer clinical trials are explored. We first delineate their origins. Thereafter, the emergent trends of leading medical centers in Taiwan and cancer clinical trials at global scale are presented. Finally, perspectives on trust building and international opportunities are proposed with oncologists' critical reflections on the health care system and doctor-patient relations.
    Translated title of the contributionNew Perspectives Embedded in Clinical Trials-An Oral History Sketch with Medical Oncologists
    Original languageTraditional Chinese
    Pages (from-to)107-125
    Number of pages19
    Journal應用倫理研究通訊
    Issue number50
    Publication statusPublished - 2011

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