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Groupthink: How Should Clinicians Respond to Human Trafficking?
The AMA Journal of Ethic
Human trafficking is a pervasive problem that exceeds the capacity of social and organizational resources to restrain and for which guidelines are inadequate to assist medical professionals in responding to the special needs of victims when they present as patients. One obstacle to appropriate disagreement with an inadequate status quo is the lure of group cohesion. "Groupthink" is a social psychological phenomenon in which presumed group consensus prevails despite potentially adversedoi:10.1001/journalofethics.2017.19.1.msoc3-1701 pmid:28107160 fatcat:thhbvjkdhnfvfihx6cygcturxq