|New Perspectives in Healthcare Ethics||
New Perspectives in Healthcare Ethics
|91.80||approx. 7-9 days|
For one-quarter/semester courses in Medical Ethics, Biomedical Ethics, Allied Healthcare, Healthcare Ethics, and Healthcare Law and Ethics.
Tong, a well-known biomedical ethicist, combines medical ethics, bioethics, and her own unique insights to provide a comprehensive survey of contemporary health care ethics issues.
Are you looking for a comprehensive and varied survey of health care ethics issues?
Does your course require the most current data on contemporary issues?
Are you looking for a coverage of specific subjects overlooked by typical medical ethics and bioethics texts?
Do you teach a course that prepares students to work in the field of Allied Health and Human Services?
Are you interested in exploring other areas in ethics?
New Perspectives in Healthcare Ethics is part of the Basic Ethics in Action series. See below for a complete listing of the wide-ranging anthologies and brief texts that focus on a particular theme or topic within one of four areas of applied ethics. A discount is offered when two or more titles in the series are packaged together.Click on any of the titles below for more information:
Basic EthicsBy Michael Boylan© 2000 | ISBN: 0136742920
Business Ethics titles
By Joseph DesJardins
© 2007 | ISBN: 013189174X
By Dale Jacquette
© 2007 | ISBN: 0131825399
Ethical Marketing By Patrick Murph, Gene R. Laczniak, Norman E. Bowie, and Thomas A. Klein
Environmental Ethics titles
American Indian Environmental Ethics: An Ojibwa Case Study By J. Baird Callicott & Michael Nelson
Medical Ethics titles
New Perspectives in Healthcare Ethics: An Interdisciplinary and Crosscultural Approach By Rosemarie Tong
Social and Political Philosophy titles
Part One: A Conceptual Framework for Health Care Ethics
1. Chapter One: Introduction
2. Chapter Two: Ethical Theories and Principles in Health Care
3. Chapter Three: The Health Care Professional-Patient Relationship
Part Two: Health and Disease Issues
4. Chapter Four: Biological Givens or Social Constructions?
5. Chapter Five: Biomedical and Behavioral Research
Part Three: Beginning of Life Issues
6. Chapter Six: Abortion
7. Chapter Seven: Reproduction-Assisting Technologies: Donor Insemination, In-vitro Fertilization, and Beyond
8. Chapter Eight: Genetic Screening, Counseling, and Therapy
9. Chapter Nine: Therapeutic Cloning, Reproductive Cloning, and Ectogenesis
Part Four: End of Life Issues
10. Chapter Ten: The Aging Process and Long-Term Health Care
11. Chapter Eleven: Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide, and Palliative Care
Part Five: Micro- and Macro-Allocation Issues
12. Chapter Twelve: Organ Transplantation: Individual Allocation Decisions
13. Chapter Thirteen: Health Care Reform: Social Distribution Decisions
Rosemarie Tong is distinguished Professor of Health Care Ethics at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She is the author or co-author of Women, Sex, and the Law; Ethics in Policy Analysis; Feminist Thought: A Comprehensive Introduction; Feminine and Feminist Ethics; Controlling Our Reproductive Destiny: A Technological and Philosophical Perspective (with Lawrence Kaplan); Feminist Approaches to Bioethics;and Feminist Thought: A More Comprehensive Introduction. Her edited books include Feminist Philosophy: Essential Readings in Theory, Reinterpretation, and Application (with Nancy Tuana), Globalizing Feminist Bioethics (with Aida Santos and Gwen Anderson), and soon to be published Feminist Bioethics, Human Rights and the Developing World: Integrating Global and Local Perspectives (with Anne Donchin and Susan Dodds).