Basics of Bioethics, The Plus MySearchLab with eText / Edition 3by Robert M. Veatch Ph.D.
Pub. Date: 11/24/2011
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A Balanced and Systematic Ethical Framework
The third edition of The Basics of Bioethics continues to provide a balanced and systematic ethical framework to help students analyze a wide range of controversial topics in medicine, and consider ethical systems from various religious and secular traditions.
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Table of Contents
BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Chapter 1: A Map of the Terrain of Ethics
Chapter 2: The Hippocratic Oath and Its Challengers: A Brief History
Chapter 3: Defining Death, Abortion, and Animal Welfare: The Basis of Moral Standing
Chapter 4: Problems in Benefiting and Avoiding Harm to the Patient
Chapter 5: The Ethics of Respect for Persons: Lying, Cheating, and Breaking Promises and Why Physicians Have Considered Them Ethical
Chapter 6: The Principle of Avoiding of Killing
Chapter 7: Death and Dying: The Incompetent Patient
Chapter 8: Social Ethics of Medicine: Allocation of Resources, Transplantation, and Human Subjects Research
Chapter 9: Human Control of Life: Genetics, Birth Technologies and Modifying Human Nature
Chapter 10: Resolving Conflicts Among Principles
Chapter 11: The Virtues in Bioethics
Principles of Medical Ethics (2001))of the American Medical Association
Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (2005)
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