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Ethical issues in modern medicine : contemporary readings in bioethics

Author: Bonnie Steinbock; John D Arras; Alex John London
Publisher: Boston : McGraw-Hill, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 7th edView all editions and formats
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This comprehensive anthology represents the key issues and problems in the field of medical ethics through the most up-to-date readings and case studies available. Each of the book's six parts is prefaced with introductions that raise important questions and contextualise the main points of the articles that follow.
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Genre/Form: Collected Works
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bonnie Steinbock; John D Arras; Alex John London
ISBN: 9780073407357 0073407356
OCLC Number: 173509392
Description: xxii, 914 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface --
The contributors --
Introduction : Moral reasoning in the medical context --
Bioethics : nature and scope --
Sources of bioethical problems and concerns --
Challenges to ethical theory --
Moral theories and perspectives --
Religious ethics --
"Rights-based" approaches --
Communitarian ethics --
Feminist ethics --
Virtue ethics --
Nonmoral considerations --
Modes of moral reasoning --
pt. 1. Foundations of the health professional-patient relationship --
Section 1 : Autonomy, paternalism, and medical models --
The Hippocratic oath --
The refutation of medical paternalism / Alan Goldman --
Beneficence today, or autonomy (maybe) tomorrow? --
Commentary / Bernice S. Elger --
Commentary --
Jean-Claude Chevrolet --
Why doctors should intervene / Terrence F. Ackerman --
Four models of the physician-patient relationship / Ezekiel J. Emanuel and Linda L. Emanuel --
Section 2 : Informed consent and truth-telling --
Antihypertensives and the risk of temporary impotence : a case study in informed consent / John D. Arras --
Informed consent --
must it remain a fairy tale? / Jay Katz --
Errors in medicine : nurturing truthfulness / François Baylis --
Bioethics in a different tongue : the case of truth-telling / Leslie J. Blackhall, Gelya Frank, Sheila Murphy, and Vicki Michel --
Offering truth / Benjamin Freedman. Section 3 : Conflicting professional roles and responsibilities --
Vitaly Tarasoff et al. v. The Regents of the University of California et al., Defendants and Respondents --
Please don't tell! --
Commentary / Leonard Fleck --
Commentary / Marcia Angell --
Disclosing misattributed paternity / Lainie Friedman Ross --
SARS plague : duty of care or medical heroism? / Dessmon YH Tai --
The lessons of SARS / Ezekiel J. Emanuel --
What should the dean do? --
Commentary / Gregory L. Eastwood --
Commentary / Daniel Fu-Chang Tsai and Ding-Shinn Chen --
Commentary / James Dwyer --
The limits of conscientious objection --
may pharmacists refuse to fill prescriptions for emergency contraception? / Julie Cantor and Ken Baum --
When law and ethics collide --
why physicians participate in executions / Atul Gawande --
"To comfort always" : physician participation in executions / Ken Baum --
Dialysis for a prisoner of war --
Commentary / Daniel Zupan, Gary Solis, and Richard Schoonhoven --
Commentary / George Annas --
Recommended supplementary reading. pt. 2. Allocation, social justice, and health policy --
Section 1 : Justice, health, and health care --
An ethical framework for access to health care / President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research --
Equal opportunity and health care / Norman Daniels --
Freedom and moral diversity : the moral failures of health care in the welfare state / H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr. --
Social determinants of health : the solid facts --
Why the United States is not number one in health / Ichiro Kawachi --
Justice, health, and healthcare / Norman Daniels --
Opportunity is not the key / Gopal Sreenivasan --
Section 2 : Allocating scare resources --
Bone marrow transplants for advanced cancer : the story of Christine deMeurers / Alex John London --
Justice and the high cost of health / Ronald Dworkin --
Imposing personal responsibility for health / Robert Steinbrook --
Responsibility in health care : a liberal egalitarian approach / Alexander W. Cappelen and Ole Frithjof Norheim --
Last-chance therapies and managed care : pluralism, fair procedures, and legitimacy / Norman Daniels and James Sabin --
Illegal immigrants, health care, and social responsibility / James Dwyer --
Rationing vaccine during and avian influenza pandemic : why it won't work / John D. Arras --
Who should get influenza vaccine when not all can? / Ezekiel J. Emanuel and Alan Wertheimer. Section 3 : Organ transplantation : gifts versus markets --
The case for allowing kidney sales / Janet Radcliffe-Richards, Abdallah S. Daar, Ronald D. Guttmann, Raymond Hoffenberg, Ian Kennedy, Margaret Lock, Robert A. Sells, Nicholas L. Tilney, International Forum for Transplant Ethics --
An ethical market in human organs / Charles A. Erin and John Harris --
Body values : the case against compensating for transplant organs / Donald Joralemon and Phil Cox --
Section 4 : Poverty, health, and justice beyond national borders --
Responsibilities for poverty-related illness / Thomas W. Pogge --
Do we owe the global poor assistance or rectification? / Mathias Risse --
Recommended supplementary reading. pt. 3. Defining death, forgoing life-sustaining treatment, and euthanasia --
Section 1 : The definition of death --
Defining death / President's Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research --
The whole-brain concept of death remains optimum policy / James L. Bernat --
An alternative to brain death / Jeff McMahan --
Section 2 : Decisional capacity and the right to refuse treatment --
State of Tennessee Department of Human Services v. Mary C. Northern --
Transcript of proceedings : testimony of Mary C. Northern --
Deciding for others : competency / Allen Buchanan and Dan W. Brock --
A chronicle : Dax's case as it happened / Keith Burton --
Commentary / Robert B. White --
Commentary / H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr. --
Section 3 : Advance directives --
The health care proxy and the living will / George J. Annas --
Enough : the failure of the living will / Angela Fagerling and Carl E. Schneider --
Testing the limits of prospective autonomy : five scenarios --
Norman L. Cantor. Section 4 : Choosing for once-competent patients --
Erring on the side of Theresa Schiavo : reflections of the special guardian ad litem / Jay Wolfson --
"Human non-person" : Terri Schiavo, bioethics, and our future / Wesley J. Smith --
In the matter of Claire C. Conroy --
The severely demented, minimally functional patient : an ethical analysis / John D. Arras --
Nutrition and hydration : moral and pastoral reflections / U.S. Bishops' Pro-Life Committee --
Quality of life and non-treatment decisions for incompetent patients : a critique of the orthodox approach / Rebecca S. Dresser and John A. Robertson --
The limits of legal objectivity / Nancy K. Rhoden --
Section 5 : Choosing for never-competent patients --
Termination of life-support for a never-competent patient : the case of Sheila Pouliot --
Extreme prematurity and parental rights after Baby Doe / John A. Robertson --
Resuscitation of the preterm infant against parental wishes / John J. Paris, Michael D. Schreiber, and Alun C. Elias-Jones. Section 6 : Physician-assisted death --
Death and dignity : a case of individualized decision making / Timothy E. Quill --
Physician-assisted suicide : a tragic view / John D. Arras --
Assisted suicide : the philosophers' brief introduction / Ronald Dworkin --
The philosophers' brief / Ronald Dworkin, Thomas Nagel, Robert Nozick, John Rawls, Thomas Scanlon, and Judith Jarvis Thomas --
Euthanasia : the way we do it, the way they do it / Margaret P. Battin --
Is there a duty to die? / John Hardwig --
"For now have I my death" : the "duty to die" versus the duty to help the ill stay alive / Felicia Nimue Ackerman --
Recommended supplementary reading. pt. 4. Reproduction --
Section 1 : The morality of abortion --
The unspeakable crime of abortion / Pope John Paul II --
Why abortion is immoral / Don Marquis --
Why most abortions are not wrong / Bonnie Steinbock --
The morality of abortion / Margaret Olivia Little --
Section 2 : Obligations to the not-yet-born --
The rights of "unborn children" and the value of pregnant women / Howard Minkoff and Lynn M. Paltrow --
Reproductive freedom and prevention of genetically transmitted harmful conditions / Allen Buchanan, Dan W. Brock, Norman Daniels, and Daniel Wikler --
Cheap listening? Reflections on the concept of wrongful disability / Richard J. Hull --
Section 3 : Assisted reproduction --
The presumptive primacy of procreative liberty / John Robertson --
Instruction on respect for human life in its origin and on the dignity of procreation / Vatican, Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith --
What are families for? Getting to an ethics of reproductive technology / Thomas H. Murray --
Grade A : the market for a Yale woman's eggs / Jessica Cohen --
Payment for egg donation / Bonnie Steinbock --
Section 4 : Reproductive cloning --
The case against cloning-to-produce-children / The Presidents' Council on Bioethics --
Reproductive cloning : another look / Bonnie Steinbock --
Even if it worked, cloning wouldn't bring her back / Thomas H. Murray --
Recommended supplementary reading. pt. 5. Genetics --
Section 1 : Prenatal genetic testing --
Prenatal diagnosis and selective abortion : a challenge to practice and policy / Adrienne Asch --
Disability, prenatal testing, and selective abortion / Bonnie Steinbock --
Ethical issues and practical problems in preimplantation genetic diagnosis / Jeffrey R. Botkin --
Using preimplantation genetic diagnosis to save a sibling : the story of Molly and Adam Nash / Bonnie Steinbock --
Section 2 : Therapeutic cloning and stem cell research --
Embryo ethics --
the moral logic of stem-cell research / Michael J. Sandel --
Acorns and embryos / Robert P. George and Patrick Lee --
Surplus embryos, nonreproductive cloning, and the intend/forsee distinction / William FitzPatrick --
Recommended supplementary reading. pt. 6. Experimentation on human subjects --
Section 1: Born in scandal : the origins of U.S. research ethics --
The Nuremberg Code --
The Jewish chronic disease hospital case / John D. Arras --
The Willowbrook hepatitis studies / David J. Rothman and Sheila M. Rothman --
Racism and research : the case of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study / Allan M. Brandt --
The Belmont report : ethical principles and guidelines for the protection of human subjects of research / The National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research --
Section 2 : The ethics of randomized clinical trials --
Ethical difficulties with randomized clinical trials involving cancer patients : examples from the field of gynecologic oncology / Maurie Markman --
Of mice but not of men : problems of the randomized clinical trial / Samuel Hellman and Deborah S. Hellman --
A response to a purported ethical difficulty with randomized clinical trials involving cancer patients / Benjamin Freedman. Section 3 : Ethical issues in international research --
Unethical trials of interventions to reduce perinatal transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus in developing countries / Peter Lurie and Sidney M. Wolfe --
AZT trials and tribulations / Robert A. Crouch and John D. Arras --
The ambiguity and the exigency : clarifying "standard of care" arguments in international research / Alex John London --
Research in developing countries : taking "benefit" seriously / Leonard H. Glantz, George J. Annas, Michael A. Grodin, and Wendy K. Mariner --
Fair benefits for research in developing countries / Participants in the 2001 conference on Ethical Aspects of Research in Developing Countries --
Section 4 : Research on children --
Children and "minimal risk" research : the Kennedy-Krieger lead paint study / Alex John London --
Research on children and the scope of responsible parenthood / Thomas H. Murray --
In loco parentis : minimal risk as an ethical threshold for research upon children / Benjamin Freedman, Abraham Fuks, and Charles Weijer --
Recommended supplementary reading. pt. 7. Emerging technologies and perennial issues --
Section 1 : Emerging technologies --
The designer baby myth / Steven Pinker --
Applications of behavioural genetics : outpacing the science? / Mark A. Rothstein --
Neuroethics / Walter Glannon --
Section 2 : Enhancement --
Growth hormone therapy for the disability of short stature / David B. Allen --
The genome project, individual differences, and just health care / Norman Daniels --
Genetic interventions and the ethics of enhancement of human beings / Julian Savulescu --
The case against perfection : what's wrong with designer children, bionic athletes, and genetic engineering / Michael J. Sandel --
Anyone for tennis, at the age of 150? / Ronald Bailey --
Section 3 : Free will and responsibility --
Neurobiology, neuroimaging, and free will / Walter Glannon --
Recommended supplementary reading.
Responsibility: [edited by] Bonnie Steinbock, Alex John London, John D. Arras.
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