Case Studies in Biomedical Ethics: Decision-Making, Principles, and Cases. Robert M. Veatch. Oxford University Press (). Case Studies in Biomedical Ethics by Robert M. Veatch, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Ideal for undergraduate and graduate courses in biomedical ethics, bioethics, and medical ethics, Case Studies in Biomedical Ethics incorporates Robert M. Veatch is Professor of Medical Ethics, Professor of Philosophy, and former Director.
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Each case is accompanied by the authors’ commentary, which guides students in considering the issues.
Each case is accompanied by the authors’ commentary, which guides students in considering the issues. Many new and controversial cases, including The Hobby Lobby contraceptive insurance case and the Terri Schiavo case “Questions for Thought and Discussion” now follow most cases Updated references throughout.
Case Studies in Biomedical Ethics: Decision-Making, Principles, and Cases
Parts 1 studiew 2 provide students with the background to analyze the ethical dilemmas presented in Part 3, which features cases on a broad spectrum of issues including abortion, mental health, experimentation on humans, the right to refuse treatment, and much stuudies.
Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Praiseworthy Traits of Character 42 Values: This entry has no external links. Richard Norris one of the first face transplant casesThe Hobby Lobby contraceptive insurance case whether The Affordable Care Act should require employers to cover contraception and abortifacientsTerri Schiavo the public controversy over withdrawing nutritionand Sarah Murnaghan the lung transplant caseand the SUPPORT study the raging controversy over whether parents need to be informed of a randomization in the care of premature infants.
Case Studies in Biomedical Ethics: A Casebook in Medical Ethics. The new edition adds many new cases, including those at the forefront of public debate: Previous publication dates February One of its major strengths is that it is so up to date. VeatchAmy M.
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Decision-Making, Principles, and Cases, Second Edition, explores fundamental ethical questions arising from real situations faced by health professionals, patients, and others. Autonomy in Applied Ethics in Applied Ethics. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Vdatch your country or region Close.
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Decision-Making, Principles, and Cases addresses the most critical and timely ethical issues in healthcare. Theory, Psychology, and Applications. What Is the Source of Moral Judgments? Liquid Mark A Miodownik Inbunden. Brock – – Cambridge University Press. The volume is enhanced by opening text boxes in each chapter that cross-reference relevant cases in other chapters, an appendix of important ethical codes, and a glossary of key terms.
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Science Logic and Mathematics. The most comprehensive casr up-to-date collection of its kind, Case Studies in Biomedical Ethics: He is also professor in the Philosophy Department and has held appointment as adjunct professor in the Georgetown Department of Community and Family Medicine.
From Field to Fork Paul B. Decision-Making, Principles, and Cases addresses the most critical and timely ethical issues in healthcare. Doyle, Loyola Marymount University.
Expanding upon this framework, Part II explains the ethical principles: My library Help Advanced Book Search. Part I presents a basic framework for ethical decision-making in healthcare, covering such issues as separating evaluative questions from questions of fact; distinguishing between ethical and nonethical evaluations; and identifying the source of ethical judgments. We are living in an unprecedented era of biomedical revolution.