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Ethics of Triage in the Event of an Influenza Pandemic.pdf
Tabery J, Mackett III CW. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 2008; 2(2) 114-118.

Pandemic triage: the ethical challenge.pdf
Melnychuk RM, Kenny NP. CMAJ 2006 November; 175(11) 1393-4.

QALYs and ethics: a health economist's perspective.pdf
Williams A. Social Science _ Medicine 1996; 43(12)1795-1804.

Letters to the editor: quality-adjusted life years.pdf
The Lancet 1987 June; 1372-3.

Rationing of influenza vaccine during a pandemic.pdf
Zimmerman RK. Vaccine 2007; 25:2019-2026.

QALY: an ethical issue that dare not speak its name.pdf
Hirskyj P. Nursing Ethics 2007; 14(1).

Ethics in the trenches: preparing for ethical challenges in the emergency department.pdf
Pauls M, LeBlanc C, Campbell S. CJEM 2002 January; 4(1)45-48.

Age as a basis for allocating lifesaving medical resources: an ethical analysis.pdf
Kilner JF. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 1988; 13(3)405-423.

Public healthcare resource allocation and the rule of rescue.pdf
Cookson R, McCabe C, Tsuchiya A. Journal of Medical Ethics 2008; 34:540-544.

Resource allocation and the duty to give reasons.pdf
Stanton-Ife J. Health Care Analysis 2006; 14:145-156.

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