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AAP Ethical and Policy Issues in Genetic Testing and Screening of Children
Children as Stem Cell Donors
Clinical Report on Management of Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents
Disorders of Sex Development Optimizing Care
Ethics and the Care of Critically Ill Infants and Children
Evidence Report on Genetic Metabolic Testing on Children with GDD
Forgoing LSMT in abused children
Guidelines on Forgoing LSMT
Honoring DNAR requests in school 2010
Principles of treatment for disabled infants
Policy Statement Consent for EMS for Children and Adolescents
Physician refusal to provide information or treatment on basis of conscience
Sterilization of Minors with Developmental Disabilities
Clinical Practice Guideline Brain Death Overview
DCD Final Task Force Report
DCD Nursing Guidelines
DNR Policy Revised MSEC 2012
Ethics of Redirecting Goals of Care
Guidelines for care following withdrawing withholding LST
Resolving Conflicts over Possibly Inappropriate or Harmful LST
Task Force on Refusal of Blood Products
CEC Final Report Withholding Nontherapeutic CPR
Community Ethics Committee Report on Pediatric DCD 12 8 08
CEC on DCD Task Force Report 4 8 08
Ethics Consultation Flowchart
Ethics Consultation Process
Current Awareness Monthly Reference Guide
Treatment Options for Seriously Ill Newborns
DuVal 2001 What Triggers Requests For Ethics Consults?
Lo Resolving Medical Issues
The Mature Minors Doctrine
Walker 1993 Keeping Moral Space Open
White et al Decisions to limit LST
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