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"What is Marriage : Man and Woman : A Defence", Sherif Girgis, Ryan T. Anderson, Robert P. George, New York, London 2012; "Conjugal Union : What Marriage isand Why It Matters", Patrick Lee, Robert P. George, Cambridge 2014 : [recenzja]

. George, Cambridge 2014 : [recenzja] Zeszyty Prawnicze RECENZJE Sherif Girgis, Ryan TAnderson, Robert P. George, What is Marriage. Man and Woman: A Defense, New York, London 2012, ss. 133. Patrick Lee ...  uprawnienia naturalne , Warszawa 2001 Girgis Sherif, Ryan T. Anderson , Robert P. George, What is Marriage?, « Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy» 24 .1/2010 Grisez Germain, Joseph M. Boyle , John Finnis

Women’s values in contraceptive choice: a systematic review of relevant attributes included in decision aids

Background Women can choose from a range of contraceptive methods that differ in important ways. Inadequate decision support may lead them to select a method that poorly fits their circumstances, leading to dissatisfaction, misuse, or nonuse. Decision support interventions, such as decision aids, may help women choose a method of contraception that best fits their personal...

Peering into the black box: a meta-analysis of how clinicians use decision aids during clinical encounters

Objective To quantify the extent to which clinicians use clinically-efficacious decision aids as intended during implementation in practice and how fidelity to usage instructions correlates with shared decision making (SDM) outcomes. Methods Participant-level meta-analysis including six practice-based randomized controlled trials of SDM in various clinical settings encompassing a...

Effectiveness of the Chest Pain Choice decision aid in emergency department patients with low-risk chest pain: study protocol for a multicenter randomized trial

Background Chest pain is the second most common reason patients visit emergency departments (EDs) and often results in very low-risk patients being admitted for prolonged observation and advanced cardiac testing. Shared decision-making, including educating patients regarding their 45-day risk for acute coronary syndrome (ACS) and management options, might safely decrease...