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Cross-looking on ethics in the publication of clinical cases

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KeywordsTriple Keywords
Thought and thinking
Thoughts
Thinking
Mind
Volition
Conation
Will
Context (Linguistics)
Grammar, Comparative and general--Context
Situation (Linguistics)
Civil liberty
Personal liberty
Emancipation
Liberation
Liberty
Freedom
Ethics, Primitive
Science, Moral
Ethics
Deontology
Morality
Philosophy, Moral
Ethology
Moral philosophy
Morals

Abstract

In the age of digital and easy access to scientific articles on the internet, we propose to question the ethical tension created by the publication of a clinical case. Do the desire and duty of scientific work prevail over the rule of discretion imposed by therapy? Conversely, does professional secrecy justify preventing the sharing of psychanalytic thinking? The relevance of a publication and its effects on psychotherapy will be studied. In this context, the therapist finds itself between the model modelled on biomedical research, which requires the request for free and informed consent, and the fundamental rule of confidentiality which favours freedom of association. It therefore seems necessary to examine each clinical situation in its singularity by considering the transfer-countertransferable dimension.

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