Public bioethics : principles and problems / James F. Childress
|出版者||New York, NY : Oxford University Press|
|大きさ||x, 327 p. ; 25 cm|
|内容注記||Respecting Personal Autonomy in Bioethics : Relational Autonomy as a Corrective?
Paternalism in Health Care and Health Policy
Narratives vs. Norms : A Misplaced Debate in Bioethics?
Religion, Bioethics, and Public Policy : Debates about Secularization
Religion, Morality, and Public Policy : The Controversy about Human Cloning
Conscientious Refusals in Health Care : Protecting Health Professionals' Consciences and Patients' Interests
Difficulties of Determining Death : What Should We Do about the "Dead Donor Rule"?
The Failure to Give : Facilitating First-Person Deceased Organ Donation
Putting Patients First in Organ Allocation : An Ethical Analysis of Policy Debates in the U.S.
Public Health Ethics : Mapping the Terrain (with Ruth Faden, Ruth Gaare Bernheim, et al.)
Public Health and Civil Liberties : Resolving Conflicts
Triage in a Public Health Crisis : The Case of a Bioterrorist Attack
John Stuart Mill's Legacy for Public Health Ethics : On Liberty and Beyond
|一般注記||Includes bibliographical references and index
Summary: ""Public Bioethics collects the most influential essays and articles of James F. Childress, a leading figure in the field of contemporary bioethics. These essays, including new, previously unpublished material, cohere around the idea of "public bioethics," which involves analyzing and assessing public policies in biomedicine, health care, and public health, often through public deliberative bodies. The volume is divided into four sections. The first concentrates on the principle of respect for autonomy and paternalistic policies and practices. The second explores the tension among bioethics, public policy, and religious convictions. It pays particular attention to the role of religious convictions in the formation of public policies and to the basis and limits of exemptions of health care providers who conscientiously oppose providing certain legal and patient-sought services. The third section looks at practices and policies related to organ transplantation. Childress focuses particularly on determi
|著者標目||*Childress, James F. author|
|件 名||MESH:Bioethical Issues
MESH:Organ Transplantation -- ethics 全ての件名で検索
MESH:Religion and Medicine