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"It just ain't fair" : the ethics of health care for African Americans

Author: Annette Dula; Sara Goering
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1994.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Annette Dula; Sara Goering
ISBN: 0275944948 9780275944940 0275950573 9780275950576
OCLC Number: 29466057
Description: xiii, 315 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Medical ethics in a political context : Bioethics: the need for a dialogue with African Americans / Annette Dula --
Ethics, ethnicity, and health care reform / Jean J. Schensul, Barbara H. Guest --
Surrogates and outcast mothers: racism and reproductive politics / Angela Y. Davis --
Lack of a moral consensus on health care: focus on minority elderly / Marian Gray Secundy. Disparities in access and health status: an ethical issue : Race, prenatal care, and infant mortality / John D. Lantos --
The AIDS epidemic and the African-American community: toward an ethical framework for service delivery / Stephen B. Thomas, Sandra Crouse Quinn --
Women and children living with HIV: impact of racism and poverty / Mildred Williamson --
Health care and the rural poor: focus on Appalachia / Bruce David White --
Homelessness: a risk factor for poor health / Kristy Woods. Ethical responsibilities and the medical profession : The physician's responsibility to medically underserved poor people / Warren J. Ferguson --
Access to medical care: do physicians and academic medical centers have a societal responsibility? / Patrick Dowling --
Experiences as a Black medical student / Michael Hebrard --
HIV disease and access to care: a crisis within a crisis / Renslow Sherer, David Goldberg --
Genetic screening: toward a new eugenics? / James E. Bowman --
Women and underserved populations: access to clinical trials / Sara Goering. A practical ethics for reform: community empowerment : The evolution of a community hospital: improving access to ensure political and financial viability / Alma Roberts --
Toward successful urban perinatal health care / Brian Hertz --
Interview: lay midwifery and the traditional child-bearing group / Evelyn C. White, Shafia Mawushi Monroe --
Grandparents who care: an empowerment model of health care / Margo Okazawa-Rey --
The anatomy of a Black community-based transplant education program: a model for community empowerment / Clive O. Callender, Lannis E. Hall, Curtis L. Yeager, Ann Wood Washington, Patti Grace Smith --
Toward an ethic of care and community in education and medicine / Lauren Jones Young.
Responsibility: edited by Annette Dula and Sara Goering ; with editorial contributions from Marian Gray Secundy and September Williams ; foreword by Mark Siegler.

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