Textbook of Healthcare Ethics (Paperback)Erich E. H. Loewy (author)
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Textbook of Healthcare Ethics focuses on the social conditions in which medical practice occurs and how ethical healthcare decisions involves nurses, social workers, psychologists, technicians, and patients as well as physicians. This thoroughly revised and expanded edition addresses historical and theoretical underpinnings and practical concerns. A series of case studies serve as a guideline for further discussion. The text examines provocative issues such as organ donation, care of the terminally ill, abortion, HIV-positive healthcare professionals, physician-assisted suicide, and experimentation with fetal tissue. This is an ideal book for all members of the healthcare team as well as students and residents in any discipline of medicine.
Number of pages: 309
Weight: 504 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 17 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 200
New England Journal of Medicine
`Will prove worthwhile to any student or scholar seeking a painless introduction to the study of ethics.'
`This textbook is pithy, comprehensive, and interesting, unlike some books with flashier titles, and would be an excellent book for discussion-based classroom use.'
Ethics, April 1998
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