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Volume: 32 Issue: 3

1. Challenges and Countermeasures of Application of Artificial Intelligence in Medical Field Page:281—286
2. Hospice Care from the Perspective of "Healthy China" Page:287—292
3. Mainland China Should Vigorously Develop Hospice and Palliative Care: Experience of Peking Union Medical College Hospital Page:293—298,318
4. Medical Care and Spiritual Care in the Practice of Hospice Care Page:299—302
5. Between "Right to Life" and "Medical Autonomy": Progressive Course of Hospice Palliative Care, Patient Autonomy and Euthanasia in Taiwan Page:303—307
6. Life Care, Humanistic Care and Ethical Cognition in palliative Care: Based on the Perspective of Nursing for Laryngeal Cancer Patients Page:308—312
7. The Summary of Hospice and Palliative Care for Cancer Patients in South Korea Page:313—318
8. Ethical Reflections on the Implementation of Broad Consent in Chinese Medical Institutions Page:324—327,331
9. The Application of Electronic Informed Consent Page:328—331
10. Prevention of Nurse-patient Disputes under the "4P" Medical Model Page:332—334
11. Ethics Struggle of Protection and Sharing in the Construction of Biobank Page:335—339
12. Ethical Boundary for the Application of the Next-generation Sequencing in Genetic Counseling Page:340—344
13. Preliminary Discussion on Common Problems of Non-Registered Clinical Research Programs from the Perspective of Ethical Review:An Analysis of Ethical Review Samples in a Third-Class A Hospital in the Past Ten Years Page:345—349
14. Non-Technological Game and Its Solution in Clinical Decision-Making Page:350—353,370
15. Comparative Study on the Valid Decision Mode of the Living Will Page:354—358
16. Ethical Problems and Countermeasures of Human Body Cryopreservation for the Purpose of Resuscitation Page:359—362
17. Investigation and Analysis on the Implementation of Informed Consent of Self-expensed Medical Expenses in Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment Page:363—366
18. Common Medical Ethical Problems in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Otorhinolaryngology Diseases Page:367—370
19. Perioperative Health Education and Its Ethical Significance for Patients with Esophageal Cancer Page:371—374
20. Qualitative Study on Doctor-patient Trust Mode in Beijing Public Hospitals: From the Prospective of Bureaucracy Page:375—379
21. Thoughts on the Construction of Humanistic Care System in Public Hospitals in Anhui Province Page:380—383,392
22. The Realistic Dilemma and Breakthrough Direction of Hospital Culture Construction Page:384—387
23. Advantages and Paths of Integrating School History Resources into Medical Ethics Education Page:388—392
24. Discussion on the Cultivation of Medical Students' "Craftsman Spirit" under the Background of Medical Consumerism Page:393—398
25. Strengthening Medical Ethics Education in Clinical Practice of Dermatology and Venereology Page:399—402
26. Application of TBL Teaching Model in the Course of Pharmaceutical Ethics Page:403—406
27. Legal Regulation of Health Care Service in Traditional Chinese Medicine Page:407—411