The Penn Center guide to bioethics [[electronic resource]] / Vardit Ravitsky, Autumn Fiester, Arthur L. Caplan, [editors].

The Penn Center guide to bioethics [[electronic resource]] / Vardit Ravitsky, Autumn Fiester, Arthur L. Caplan, [editors].

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9781782681656 (online)

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[Guide to bioethics]

New York [N.Y.] : Springer Pub., c2009.

1 online resource (73 entries) : 3 images, digital files.

"Penn Center for Bioethics."

Pt. I. Bioethics: birth, evolution and context -- 1. The birth and evolution of bioethics / Arthur L. Caplan -- 2. The ethics of bioethics / Robert Baker -- 3. The independence principle in bioethics / David Perlman -- 4. Health law and bioethics / Barry R. Furrow -- 5. Bioethics: the citizen view...

Pt II. Emerging issues: neuroethics and nanoethics -- 7. Neuroethics / Martha J. Farah -- 8. Is my mind mine?: neuroethics and brain imaging / Paul Root Wolpe -- 9. Future minds: transhumanism, cognitive enhancement, and the nature of persons / Susan Schneider -- 10. Nanotechnology and nanomedicine:...

Pt. III. Bioethics at the bedside -- 11. Confidentiality: an expectation in health care / Anita L. Allen -- 12. Hospital ethics committees and ethics consultants / James J. McCartney -- 13. Ethical issues in nursing practice / Connie M. Ulrich and Mindy B. Zeitzer -- 14. Conscientious refusals by...

Pt. IV. Research ethics -- 19. Research misconduct and fraud / Barbara K. Redman -- 20. Ethical issues in innovative surgery / Angelique M. Reitsma -- 21. Unique aspects of informed consent in emergency research / Jill M. Barren -- 22. The ethics of inclusion and exclusion in clinical trials: race,...

Pt. V. Reproductive technologies -- 26. Regulating assisted reproductive technology: avoiding extremes / Jennifer L. Rosato -- 27. Choosing future people: reproductive technologies and identity / Mark Greene -- 28. Ethical aspects of egg donation / Luigi Mastroianni, Jr. -- 29. Ethical aspects of...

Pt. VI. Genetics -- 32. Eugenics / Mark B. Adams -- 33. Human gene patents / Jon F. Merz -- 34. Genetics research and race: whither bioethics? / Pamela Sankar -- 35. Biobanks / Bernice S. Elger -- 36. Prenatal choices: genetic counseling for variable genetic diseases / Curtis R. Coughlin II -- 37....

Pt. VII. Fetuses and children -- 39. The contested territory of medical decision-making for children / Wynne Morrison and Chris Feudtner -- 40. "This won't hurt a bit": truth-telling to children / Alisa A. Padon and Steven D. Handler -- 41. Children in research: linking assent and parental...

Pt. VIII. Access to health care -- 45. Health care access in the United States: American exceptionalism once more! / Stephen E. Lammers -- 46. Does the U.S. Constitution protect a right to unapproved drugs? / Theodore W. Ruger and Mahnu Davar -- 47. Fair pricing and access to medicines for the poor...

Pt. IX. Community and public health -- 48. Public health ethics: an update on an emerging field / Michael Yudell -- 49. Bioethics "on the ground": public health matters / Joanne Godley -- 50. Disease control policy: individual rights versus the common good / Jason L. Schwartz -- 51. Bioethics and...

Pt. X. Vaccines -- 55. The ethics of vaccination / James Colgrove -- 56. The ethics of allocating vaccines / Robert I. Field -- 57. Influenza vaccination of health care workers / Michael J. Smith -

Pt. XI. Organ transplantation -- 58. Organ transplantation: the challenge of scarcity / Arthur L. Caplan -- 59. The importance of embodiment in transplant ethics / Nora L. Jones -- 60. Organ trafficking and transplant tourism / Debra A. Budiani-Saberi -- 61. Ethical dilemmas in the management of the...

Pt. XII. End of life -- 64. Advance directives / Stephen S. Hanson and David J. Doukas -- 65. Medical futility / Horace M. DeLisser -- 66. Hospice: past, future, and ethical considerations / Amy M. Corcoran and Jennifer M. Kapo -- 67. Palliative care / Debra Wiegand

The Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania is the internationally recognized leader in bioethical education and research. Its interdisciplinary faculty is drawn from the fields of medicine, law, nursing, education, philosophy, psychology, and religious studies. Arthur L. Caplan, the...

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The Penn Center guide to bioethics [[electronic resource]] / Vardit Ravitsky, Autumn Fiester, Arthur L. Caplan, [editors].


					

The Penn Center guide to bioethics [[electronic resource]] / Vardit Ravitsky, Autumn Fiester, Arthur L. Caplan, [editors].