- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- 2000 ed.
- Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Wear, Stephen (ed.), Bono, James J. (ed.)
- XVI, 330 p.
- 238 x 152 x 19 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Paperback / softback
- 513 g
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Dedication. Ethical Issues in Health Care on the Frontiers of the Twenty First Century; S. Wear, et al. Preface: The Continued Role of Biomedical Ethics in the Next Millenium; J. Naughton. Keynote Address: Bioethics at the End of the Millenium: Fashioning Health Care Policy in the Absence of a Moral Consensus; H.T. Engelhardt. Part I: The Dilemma of Funding Health Care. The Dilemma of Funding Health Care; S. Wear. Toward Multiple Standards of Health Care Delivery: Takin Moral and Economic Diversity Seriously; H.T. Engelhardt, Jr. A Preventive Ethics Approach to the Managed Practice of Medicine: Putting the History of Medical Ethics to Work; L.B. McCullough. Saving Lives, Saving Money: Shepherding the Role of Technology; E.H. Morreim. Part II: The Human Genome Project. The Human Genome, Difference, and Disease: Nature, Culture, and New Narratives for Medicine's Future; J.J. Bono. Concepts of Disease After the Human Genome Project; E. Juengst. From Promises to Progress to Portents of Peril: Public Responses to Genetic Engineering; D. Nelkin. PKU and Procreative Liberty: Historical and Ethical Considerations; D.B. Paul. Everybody's Got Something; J.D. Moreno. Part III: The Physician/Patient Relationship. The Physician/Patient Relationship; G. Logue. A Medicine of Neighbors; K. Montgomery. Trust, Institutions, and the Physician-Patient Relationship: Implications for Continuity of Care; J.R. Rosenbaum. Can Relationships Heal - At a Reasonable Cost? H. Brody. Values and the Physician-Patient Relationship; S. Devito. General Bibliography; A. McEvoy. Notes on Contributors. Index.