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Author Ross, Lainie Friedman.
Title Children, families, and health care decision making / Lainie Friedman Ross.
Imprint New York : Clarendon Press, 1998.

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Author Ross, Lainie Friedman.
Series Issues in biomedical ethics
Issues in biomedical ethics.
Subject Pediatrics -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Pediatrics -- Decision making.
Informed consent (Medical law)
Pediatrics.
Decision Making.
Ethics, Medical.
Informed Consent.
Description 1 online resource (ix, 197 pages)
Bibliography Note "Bibliography": pages 177-190.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The Development of a Health Care Decision-Making Model for Children -- A Limited Theory of the Family -- Constrained Parental Autonomy -- Respect for the Competent Child -- Applications of Constrained Parental Autonomy -- The Child as Research Subject -- The Child as Organ Donor -- The Child as Patient -- The Sexually Active Adolescent.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0585128448 (electronic bk.)
9780585128443 (electronic bk.)
0198237634
OCLC # 43476497
Additional Format Print version: Ross, Lainie Friedman. Children, families, and health care decision making. New York : Clarendon Press, 1998 0198237634 (DLC) 98027581 (OCoLC)39348066
Table of Contents
Pt. IThe Development of a Health Care Decision-Making Model for Children1
 1Introduction3
 2A Limited Theory of the Family20
 3Constrained Parental Autonomy39
 4Respect for the Competent Child56
Pt. IIApplications of Constrained Parental Autonomy75
 5The Child as Research Subject77
 6The Child as Organ Donor111
 7The Child as Patient131
 8Conclusion170
 Bibliography177
 Index191


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