6 edition of Children, Ethics, and Modern Medicine (Medical Ethics) found in the catalog.
by Indiana University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||305|
As far as I’m concerned, it can’t be repeated enough times just how badly Wakefield violated medical ethics and utterly and thoroughly discredited his work is. Those complaints aside, though, Deadly Choices is a timely and important book that serves to counter the misinformation promulgated by the anti-vaccine movement. In particular, Dr. Medical ethicist Ronald Munson has written a fascinating book entitled The Woman Who Decided to Die: Challenges and Choices at the Edges of Medicine. His clinical vignettes vividly illustrate the difficult decisions that must be made when science-based medicine runs up against the harsh practical reality of ethical dilemmas.
In print for more than two decades, On Moral Medicine remains the definitive anthology for Christian theological reflection on medical ethics. This third edition updates and expands the earlier awardwinning volumes, providing classrooms and individuals alike with one of the finest available resources for ethics-engaged modern medicine. The Center for Children, Law and Ethics combines the interest and involvement of law students, local, national and international advisers, and the well-known scholarship of Director David Smolin. The center facilitates the production of meaningful, influential scholarship, projects and advice in the field of children’s issues.
“This book should be read by anyone who deals with children, parents, medicine, or religion Read the book. Make up your own mind about the religious aspect of it. But get the kids to the doctor.” — Skeptic Ink. From the Publisher ★ 03/01//5(4). This survey of the origins and development of the ethics pertaining to the work of doctors, ranges from the Hippocratic medicine of ancient Greece through the Middle Ages, Renaissance and.
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Children, Ethics, and Modern Medicine combines strong philosophical argumentation with firsthand knowledge of the issues facing children and families in pediatric Ethics. This book will be an invaluable asset to medical ethicists and practitioners in pediatric care, as well as parents struggling with ethical issues in the care of their by: Get this from a Children.
Children, ethics, and modern medicine. [Richard B Miller] -- Annotation Utilizing a form of medical ethnography to investigate a variety of pediatric contexts, Richard B. Miller tests the fit of different ethical approaches in various medical settings to.
Children, Ethics, and Modern Medicine combines strong philosophical argumentation with firsthand knowledge of the issues facing children and families in pediatric care. This book will be an invaluable asset to medical ethicists and practitioners in pediatric care, as well as parents struggling with ethical issues in the care of their children.
A Doody's Core Title for. Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine: Contemporary Readings in Bioethics, Eighth Edition, is a comprehensive, state-of-the-art anthology that covers both traditional and emerging issues in the field of biomedical ethics with engaging case studies and reflective papers written by leading of the book’s seven parts begins with a helpful introduction Cited by: “Asperger’s Children should be read by any student of psychology, psychiatry or medicine, so that we learn from history and do not repeat its terrifying mistakes.
The revelations in this book are a chilling reminder that the highest priority in both clinical research and practice must be compassion.”/5(43).
"Children, Ethics, and Modern Medicine" combines strong philosophical argumentation with firsthand knowledge of the issues facing children and families in pediatric care.
This book will be an invaluable resource for medical ethicists and practitioners in pediatric care, as well as parents struggling with ethical issues in the care and treatment.
On Apa new book by Dr. Offit will be released. Titled Overkill: When Modern Medicine Goes Too Far, Dr. Offit’s latest book describes 19 situations where scientific studies have shown that we shouldn’t be doing something, but we do it include infections, supplements and drugs, food and over-the-counter products, cancer screenings, surgery and common beliefs.
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An ethics consultant determined that the family had provided ample evidence to support their claims. So the hospital team consented to B&W only, and the man died 38 hours after his injury. “When we have the tools to make someone well but are unable to use them for reasons beyond our control,” says Kahn, “it can make us feel ‘helpless.
In Israel, Modern Medicine Grapples With Ghosts of the Third Reich A Palestinian surgeon, a Jewish patient, a Nazi medical text — and an unlikely bond. If an article appeared in an international peer-reviewed journal or a book chapter had been published by a prominent academic publisher, that publication was considered to be of sufficiently high quality to be included in the review.
Children, ethics, and modern medicine. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, Buchanan AE Cited by: Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine is a fantastic way to familiarize yourself with the central and most controversial issues in the contemporary biomedical ethics.
Euthanasia, abortion, genetic engineering and cloning, surrogate motherhood, procreative autonomy - all these and several other topics are featured in this by: In: Children, Ethics and Modern Medicine, University Press Bloomington, IN; pp. In this book, Dr.
Miller engages in a detailed discussion of ethically challenging situations. Michelle Cretella, MD, former President and current Executive Director of the American College of Pediatricians, is featured in this Bioethikos podcast speaking on Ethics and Transgender Children. Cretella is a general pediatrician who retired after nearly 20 years of group practice to devote more time to her family and the College.
Ethical issues in modern medicine: contemporary readings in bioethics [edited by] Bonnie Steinbock, Alex John London, John D. Arras. Boston: McGraw-Hill, © In recent years, there have been major outbreaks of whooping cough among children in California, mumps in New York, and measles in Ohio's Amish country—despite the fact that these are all vaccine-preventable diseases.
Although America is the most medically advanced place in the world, many people disregard modern medicine in favor of using their faith to fight life threatening illnesses.
The Ethics of Research with Children and Young People Ethical questions are at the centre of research with children and young people.
This clear and practical text informs students and researchers about the relevant laws and guidelines and current debates in research ethics. Priscilla Alderson and Virginia Morrow cover ethics at every stage. Medical ethics is a system of moral principles that apply values to the practice of clinical medicine and in scientific research.
Medical ethics is based on a set of values that professionals can refer to in the case of any confusion or conflict. These values include the respect for autonomy, non-maleficence, beneficence, and justice.
Such tenets may allow doctors, care providers, and families. In print for more than two decades, On Moral Medicine remains the definitive anthology for Christian theological reflection on medical ethics. This third edition updates and expands the earlier awardwinning volumes, providing classrooms and individuals alike with one of the finest available resources for ethics-engaged modern medicine.
The history of medicine shows how societies have changed in their approach to illness and disease from ancient times to the present. Early medical traditions include those of Babylon, China, Egypt and India. Sushruta, from India, introduced the concepts of medical diagnosis and Hippocratic Oath was written in ancient Greece in the 5th century BCE, and is a direct inspiration for.
H enrietta Lacks, a year-old mother of five, died of cervical cancer on 4 October ; and while her disease was a tragedy for her family, for the world of medical research – and beyond that.The fact that the book is written for a specific institution/courses makes the book less reader-friendly for other students, particularly the inclusion of chapters that belong in an intro to religion book, but not necessarily an ethics book, and vice versa--particularly an entire chapter on Aquinas' Natural Law Theory.
Consistency rating: /5(4).Each of the book's seven parts is prefaced with helpful introductions that raise important questions and skillfully contextualize the positions and main points of the articles that follow. This seventh editio This comprehensive anthology represents the key issues and problems in the field of biomedical ethics through the most up-to-date /5.