Case Studies in Biomedical Ethics: Decision-Making, Principles, And Cases
The new edition adds many new cases, including those at the forefront of public debate: Richard Norris (one of the first face transplant cases), The Hobby Lobby contraceptive insurance case (whether The Affordable Care Act should require employers to cover contraception and abortifacients), Terri Schiavo (the public controversy over withdrawing nutrition), and Sarah Murnaghan (the lung transplant case), and the SUPPORT study (the raging controversy over whether parents need to be informed of a randomization in the care of premature infants).
Ideal for courses in biomedical ethics, bioethics, and medical ethics.
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- Robert M. Veatch (Author), Amy M. Haddad (Contributor), Dan C. English (Contributor)
- Oxford University Press: 2 edition (13 Oct. 2014)
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