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Author Monagle, John F.
Title Health care ethics : critical issues for the 21st century / John F. Monagle, David C. Thomasma.
Imprint Gaithersburg, Md. : Aspen Publishers, Inc., 1998.

Author Monagle, John F.
Subject Medical ethics.
Ethics, Medical.
Alt Name Thomasma, David C., 1939-
Description xxiii, 614 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 083420911X
OCLC # 37109188
Table of Contents
Pt. IReproductive Issues1
 Ch. 1Proposals for Human Cloning: A Review and Ethical Evaluation / Kevin T. FitzGerald3
 Ch. 2The Moral Status of Gametes and Embryos: Storage and Surrogacy / Glenn C. Graber8
 Ch. 3Prenatal Diagnosis and the Ethics of Uncertainty / Eric T. Juengst15
 Ch. 4Prenatal Diagnosis of Fetal Disorders: Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues / Diane Beeson, Patricia Jennings29
 Ch. 5The Ethical Challenge of the New Reproductive Technology / Sidney Callahan45
 Ch. 6Ethical Considerations of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis and Embryo Selection / Frank L. Barnes56
 Ch. 7Abortion: The Unexplored Middle Ground / Richard A. McCormick60
 Ch. 8Women, Fetuses, Physicians, and the State: Pregnancy and Medical Ethics in the 21st Century / Michelle Oberman67
Pt. IIAdult Medicine79
 Ch. 9The Family in Medical Decision Making / Jeffrey Blustein81
 Ch. 10The Patient Self-Determination Act / David B. Clarke92
 Ch. 11Competency: What It Is, What It Isn't, and Why It Matters / Byron Chell117
 Ch. 12Domestic Violence: Changing Theory, Changing Practice / Carole Warshaw128
 Ch. 13Bioethical Dilemmas in Emergency Medicine and Prehospital Care / Kenneth V. Iserson138
 Ch. 14High-Technology Home Care: Critical Issues and Ethical Choices / Allen I. Goldberg, Eveline A. M. Faure, John J. O'Callaghan146
 Ch. 15The Plight of the Deinstitutionalized Chronic Schizophrenics: Ethical Considerations / George B. Palermo164
 Ch. 16Older People and Long-Term Care: Issues of Access / Robert H. Binstock177
 Ch. 17Treating Senility and Dementia: Ethical Challenges and Quality-of-Life Judgements / Stephen G. Post189
 Ch. 18Respecting the Autonomy of Elders in Nursing Homes / George J. Agich200
 Ch. 19The Ethics of Prediction: Genetic Risk and the Physician-Patient Relationship / Eric T. Juengst212
 Ch. 20Human Experimentation and Clinical Consent / George J. Agich228
 Ch. 21The Ethics of Research on the Mentally Disabled / Adil E. Shamoo, Joan L. O'Sullivan239
 Ch. 22AIDS Activists and Their Legacy for Research Policy / Loretta M. Kopelman251
 Ch. 23The IRB: Current and Future Challenges / Kenneth C. Micetich265
Pt. IIICritically Ill and Dying Patients277
 Ch. 24Ethical Issues in the Use of Fluids and Nutrition: When Can They Be Withdrawn? / T. Patrick Hill279
 Ch. 25Death, Medicine, and the Moral Significance of Family Decision Making / James Lindemann Nelson288
 Ch. 26Care of the Hopelessly Ill: Proposed Clinical Criteria for Physician-Assisted Suicide / Timothy E. Quill, Christine K. Cassel, Diane E. Meter295
 Ch. 27Ethical Issues Concerning Physician-Assisted Death / Barbara Supanich, Howard Brody302
 Ch. 28Euthanasia: The Way We Do It, the Way They Do It / Margaret P. Battin311
 Ch. 29The Problem with Futility / Robert D. Truog, Joel E. Frader, Allan S. Brett323
 Ch. 30Is It Time To Abandon Brain Death? / Robert D. Truog330
 Ch. 31Waste Not, Want Not: Communities and Presumed Consent / Erich H. Loewy342
Pt. IVJustice and Economics in Health Care351
 Ch. 32Intergenerational Justice: Is It Possible? / Myles N. Sheehan353
 Ch. 33Gender and Health Insurance / Steven Miles, Kara Parker366
 Ch. 34Is Rationing of Health Care Ethically Defensible? / Chris Hackler371
 Ch. 35The Social Obligations of Health Care Practitioners / David T. Ozar378
 Ch. 36Social Systems and Professional Responsibility / Arlene Gruber392
 Ch. 37Equality and Inequality in American Health Care / Charles J. Dougherty399
Pt. VInstitutional Issues411
 Ch. 38Rationing Health Care: The Ethics of Medical Gatekeeping / Edmund D. Pellegrino413
 Ch. 39Multiculturalism, Bioethics, and End-of-Life Care: Case Narratives of Latino Cancer Patients / Patricia A. Marshall, Barbara A. Koenig, Donelle M. Barnes [et al.]421
 Ch. 40Technology, Older Persons, and the Doctor-Patient Relationship / Myles N. Sheehan432
 Ch. 41Ethically Important Distinctions among Managed Care Organizations / Kate T. Christensen442
 Ch. 42Outcomes Research: The Answer to All Our Health Care Questions or the Question to All Our Health Care Answers? / Cory Franklin452
 Ch. 43Hospital Ethics Committees: Roles, Membership, Structure, and Difficulties / David C. Thomasma, John F. Monagle460
 Ch. 44Clinical Ethics Consultants: Survey and Practice / Martha Jurchak471
 Ch. 45Can There Be Educational and Training Standards for Those Conducting Health Care Ethics Consultation? / Mark P. Aulisio, Robert M. Arnold, Stuart J. Youngner484
 Ch. 46Health Care Institutional Ethics: Broader Than Clinical Ethics / Dennis Brodeur497
 Ch. 47The Ethics of Health Care as a Business / Patricia H. Werhane505
Pt. VIMethodology513
 Ch. 48Basic Theories in Medical Ethics / Glenn C. Graber515
 Ch. 49A Method of Ethical Decision Making / Edmund L. Erde527
 Ch. 50Getting Down to Cases: The Revival of Casuistry in Bioethics / John D. Arras541
 Ch. 51Literature and Medicine: Contributions to Clinical Practice / Rita Choron, Joanne Trautmann Ranks, Julia Connelly [et al.]554
 Ch. 52Ethically Responsibly Creativity - Friendship of an Understanding Heart: A Cognitively Affective Model for Bioethics Decision Making / John F. Monagle566
 Ch. 53Bioethics as Social Problem Solving / Paul T. Durbin578
 Ch. 54Intercultural Reasoning: The Challenge for International Bioethics / Patricia A. Marshall, David C. Thomasma, Jurrit Bergsma587

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