What’s trust got to do with it? Revisiting opioid contracts — Buchman and Ho 40 (10): 673 — Journal of Medical Ethics

This paper argues that opioid contracts represent a misleading appeal to patient–physician trust. Assuming the patient is untrustworthy may wrongfully undermine the credibility of the patient’s testimony, which may exacerbate certain vulnerabilities of the person in pain.

via What’s trust got to do with it? Revisiting opioid contracts — Buchman and Ho 40 (10): 673 — Journal of Medical Ethics.

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