Rationality and Group Decision-Making in Practical Healthcare
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In this paper, a view of non-compliance in practical healthcare is provided that identifies certain non-compliant behaviours as rational. This view of rational non-compliance is used to update a current form of doctor patient relationships with the aim of reducing non-compliance. In addition to reforming one standard doctor patient relationship model, the normative implications of understanding non-compliance as a rational form of human behaviour are described.
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Courtney Heffernan (2006). Rationality and Group Decision-Making in Practical Healthcare. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/2811