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Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics

Author: Henk ten Have
Publisher: [Cham] Springer Reference [2016] © 2016
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This work presents the first comprehensive and systematic treatment of all relevant issues and topics in contemporary global bioethics. The Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics caters to the need for a  Read more...


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Henk ten Have
ISBN: 9783319094830 3319094831 9783319094823 3319094823 9783319094847 331909484X
OCLC Number: 957690120
Accession No: (DE-604)BV043706271 (ZDB-2-REP)9783319094830
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (22 illus., 11 illus. in color. eReference) : Illustrationen.
Contents: Section 1: Introduction: Global bioethics.- Section 2: Abortion.- Abuse.- Access to health care.- Addiction.- Adoption.- Advance directives.- Advance care planning.- Advertising.- Advocacy.- Ageism.- Agricultural ethics.- aids.- Alcohol(ism).- Alternative medicine.- Altruism.- Animals.- Anthropocentrism.- Anthropology and ethics.- Applied ethics.- Artificial insemination.- Artificial organs.- Artificial nutrition and hydration.- Assisted suicide.- Authenticity.- Autonomy.- Behavior modification.- Benefit-sharing.- Benefit and harm.- Biobanking.- Biocentrism.- Biodiversity.- Bioethics.- Biology.- Biometrics.- Biopiracy.- Biopolitics.- Biosafety.- Biosecurity.- Biotechnology.- Bioterrorism..- Birth control.- Body.- Brain death.- Brain drain.- Care ethics.- Capacity building.- Capital punishment.- Casuistry.- Censorship.- Children.- Chronic illness and care.- Circumcision.- Citizenship.- Civil disobedience..- Climate change and health.- Clinical ethics.- Clinical research.- Cloning.- Codes of conduct.- Coercion..- Commercialism.- Committees.- Commodification.- Common good.- Common heritage of humankind.- Communication.- Communitarian ethics.- Compassion.- Competence.- Complicity.- Confidentiality.- Conflict of interest.- Conscience.- Consent.- Corruption.- Cosmopolitanism.- Cultural diversity.- Death.- Death penalty.- Deliberation.- Dementia.- Dental ethics.- Designer babies.- Development.- Disability.- Disasters.- Disease.- Discourse ethics.- Discrimination.- Distributive justice.- DNR (Do not resuscitate policies).- Donation.- Double effect.- Dual use.- Doping.- Drugs.- Education.- Egalitarianism.- Electronic surveillance.- Electronic patient record.- Embryo.- Engineering ethics.- Enhancement.- Environmental ethics.- Epidemics.- Epidemiology.- Equality and equity.- Eugenics.- Euthanasia.- Evaluation ethics.- Evolutionary perspectives in ethics.- Exploitation.- Family medicine.- Fairness.- Feminist ethics.- Fertility control.- Fetal research.- Fetal surgery.- Fetus.- Food ethics.- Food security.- Forensic medicine.- Freedom.- Futility.- Future generation.- Gender.- Genetic counselling.- Genetic modification (GMOs).- Genetic screening.- Gene therapy.- Genomics.- Ghost writing.- Governance.- Global health.- Health.- Health education and promotion.- Health insurance.- Health policy.- Homelessness.- Homosexuality.- Honor codes.- Hospice.- Hospital.- Human dignity.- Human rights.- Human nature.- Humanism.- Humanitarian intervention.- Hunger.- Identity.- Immigration.- Implementation ethics.- Indigenous knowledge.- Indigenous rights.- Infertility.- Information technology.- Insanity.- Integrity.- Intensive care.- International law.- Internet.- Journalism ethics.- Justice.- Law.- Leadership, ethics of.- Legal ethics.- Life.- Lifestyles.- Literature.- Malpractice.- Managed care.- Maternal-fetal relationship.- Media ethics.- Mediation.- Medical humanities.- Medical tourism.- Medicine.- Mental health.- Mental illness.- Mercy.- Migratio.- Military ethics.- Mismanagement.- Mistakes, medical.- Moral pluralism.- Moral relativism.- Moral status.- Narrative ethics.- Natural law.- Nature versus nurture.- Nanotechnology.- Neonatology.- Neuroethics.- Neurotechnology.- Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs).- Non-discrimination.- Nursing ethics.- Obesity.-Occupational therapy..- Occupational safety.- Organ.- Organizational ethics.- Ownership.- Pain.- Palliative care.- Palliative sedation.- Pandemics.- Pastoral care.- Patenting.- Paternalism.- Pediatrics.- Pharmacy ethics.- Placebo.- Plagiarism.- Population ethics.- Poverty.- Precautionary principle.- Prevention.- Principlism.- Prisoners.- Privacy.- Professional ethics.- Professional-patient relationship.- Property rights.- Psychiatry ethics.- Psychosurgery.- Public debate.- Public health.- Publication ethics.- Quality of care.- Quality of life.- Refugees.- Religion and ethics.- Reproductive ethics.- Research ethics.- Research policy.- Resource allocation.- Regenerative medicine.- Respect for autonomy.- Responsibility.- Right to die.- Right to health.- Risk.-Robots.- Safety.- Science and engineering ethics.- Scientific misconduct.- Sexual ethics.- Slippery slope.- Social ethics.- Social work.- Solidarity.- Spirituality.- Sports.- Standards of care.- Stem cells.- stem cells, embryonic.- Stewardship.- Stigmatization.- Strikes.- Substance abuse.- Suffering.- Suicide.- Surrogate decision-making.- Surgery.- Sustainability.- Synthetic biology.- Technology assessment.- Testing.- Tissue engineering.- Torture.- Traditional medicine.- Transhumanism.- Transplantation medicine.- Triage.- Trust.- Truth-telling.- Utopianism.- Vaccination.- Values.- Vegetarianism.- Veterinary ethics.- Violence.- Virtue ethics.- Vulnerability.- Warfare.- Whistle-blowing.- Workplace ethics.- World ethics.-Xenotransplantation.- Section 3: Alphabetic index.
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