This comprehensive resource is designed as a succinct yet authoritative text and reference for clinicians, bioethicists, and advanced students seeking a better understanding of ethics problems in the clinical setting. Table of Contents 1. IntroductionPart I. Information Problems: 2. Consent3. Capacity4. Disclosure5. Voluntariness6. Truth-telling7. ConfidentialityPart II. End of Life Care: 8. Quality end of life care9. Substitute decision-making10. Advanced care planning11. Euthanasia and assisted suicide12. Conflict in the health care setting at the end of life13. Brain deathPart III. Pregnant Women and Children: 14. Ethics dilemmas in the care of pregnant women: rethinking 'maternal-fetal conflicts'15. Pre-natal testing and newborn screening16. Assisted reproduction17. Respectful involvement of children in medical decision-making18. Non-therapeutic paediatric interventions19. Child abuse and neglectPart IV. Genetics and Biotechnology: 20. Organ transplantation21. Regenerative medicine22. Genetic testing and screening23. Bio-banking24. Behavioural geneticsPart V. Research Ethics: 25. Research Ethics26. Innovation in medical care: Examples from surgery27. Clinical trials28. Epidemiological research29. Clinical research and the physician-patient relationship: the dual roles of physician and researcher30. Financial conflict of interest in medical research31. Embryo and fetal researchPart VI. Health Systems and Institutions : 32. Organizational ethics33. Priority setting34. Disclosure of medical error35. Conflict of interest in education and patient care36. Public health ethics37. Emergency and disaster scenarios38. Rural health care ethics39. Community health care ethicsPart VII. Using Clinical Ethics to Make an Impact in Health Care: 40. Clinical ethics and systems thinking41. Innovative strategies to improve effectiveness in clinical Ethics42. Teaching bioethics to medical students and postgraduate trainees in the clinical settingPart VIII. Global Health Ethics: 43. Global health ethics and cross-cultural considerations in bioethics44. Physician participation in torture45. Access to medicines and the role of corporate social responsibility: the need to craft a global pharmaceutical system with integrity46. Global health and non-ideal justicePart IX. Religious and Cultural Perspectives in Bioethics: 47. Aboriginal bioethics48. Buddhist bioethics49. Chinese Bioethics50. Hindu and Sikh bioethics51. Islamic boethics52. Jehovah's Witness bioethics53. Jewish bioethics54. Protestant bioethics55. Roman Catholic bioethicsPart X. Speciality Bioethics: 56. Surgical ethics57. Anaesthesiology ethics58. Critical and intensive care ethics59. Emergency and trauma medicine ethics60. Primary care ethics61. Infectious diseases ethics62. Psychiatric ethics63. Neuroethics64. Pharmacy ethics65. Alternative and complementary care ethics.
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Titolo: The Cambridge Textbook of Bioethics
Autori: Singer - Viens
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 18x25 cm