|1. Losing at the Lottery: Physician Perceptions of the Legal Environment1|
|2. The Lawyer Made Me Do It: From Legal Perception to Medical Practice27|
|3. Risk Managers and Legal Counsel: Ethical Enablers or Paid Paranoids?53|
|4. Doing Everything: Treating Legal Fears near the End of Life65|
|5. Who Is Responsible for This? Everyday Patient Intrusions to Protect the Provider97|
|6. "A Dispirited Lot": Malpractice and What Else?123|
|7. Reconciling Risk Management and Medical Ethics: Opportunities and Obstacles141|
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Publication information: Book title: Our Hands Are Tied:Legal Tensions and Medical Ethics. Contributors: Marshall B. Kapp - Author. Publisher: Auburn House. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 1998. Page number: vii.
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