Ethics & Medicine: Volume 36:3 Fall 2020

Table of Contents Download PDF : CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA Proposed Surgery During an International Pandemic Ferdinand D. Yates Jr., MD, MA (Bioethics) Pages 133–135 GREY MATTERS Medicine Masked: Ethical Implications of Half-Hidden Faces During a Pandemic William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD Pages 137–142 GUEST COMMENTARY A Forgotten Crown of Glory: The Elderly and COVID-19 Justin Chu, MA Pages 143–144 ARTICLES Triage in a Pandemic: Equity, Utility, or Both? Paul Walker, MB BS, PhD Pages 147–152 Kindness and the Ethics of Physician-Assisted Suicide Dennis L. Sansom, PhD Pages 153–173 Climate Change Related Health Hazards and the Academic Responsibility of Evangelical Bioethicists Cristina Richie, PhD Pages 175–188  [Open Access] BOOK REVIEWS The Death of Expertise: The Campaign against Established Knowledge and Why It Matters Tom Nichols. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. ISBN  9780190469412,  272 PAGES, HARDCOVER.  $24.95  (Reviewed by Justin Chu, MA) Pages 189–190  [Open Access] What It Means to Be Human: The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics O. Carter Snead. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2020. ISBN  9780674987722,  320 PAGES, HARDCOVER.  $39.95  (Reviewed by Cheyn Onarecker, MD, MA) Pages 191–192  [Open Access]

Ethics & Medicine: Volume 36:2 Summer 2020

Table of Contents Download PDF : EDITORIAL A New Chapter for Ethics & Medicine C. Ben Mitchell, PhD Page 69 [Open Access] GREY MATTERS The Ethics of Naming Epidemics William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD Pages 71–77 CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA Daring to Discharge Robert D. Orr, MD, CM and Ferdinand D. Yates Jr., MD, MA (Bioethics) Pages 79–81 ARTICLES NaProTechnology : A Medical Embodiment of the Catholic Perspective on an Infertile Couple’s Right to Family Planning Sister Renee Mirkes, OSF, PHD Pages 83–100 Ethical Considerations for Offering Non-Invasive Prenatal Tests Within a Public Healthcare System : A Rule Utilitarian Perspective Jeffrey Yuk-Chiu Yip, RN(HK), MNSC, PGCERT and Zoe Wai-King Tsui, RN(HK), RM(HK), MSC (Healthcare), PGCERT(NICU), PRCC(PICU) Pages 101–116 Overlooked Costs of Legalizing Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia Arthur J. Dyck, PhD Pages 117–127 BOOK REVIEWS The Disappearance of Moral Knowledge Dallas Willard, Edited and completed by Steven L. Porter, Aaron Preston, and Green A. Ten Elsof. New York; Routledge, 2018. ISBN  978-0367502294,  387 PAGES, HARDCOVER.  $160.00  (Reviewed by Jacob Shatzer, PhD) Pages 128–129

Ethics & Medicine: Volume 36:1 Spring 2020

Table of Contents Download PDF: EDITORIAL Medicine: Contract or Covenant? C. Ben Mitchell, PhD Pages 5–6 GUEST COMMENTARY The Dignity of Human Life: Sketching Out an “Equal Worth” Approach Helen Watt, PhD Pages 7–17 POLICY ANALYSIS “Complex Family Planning” and the Assault on Conscience Patrick Marmion, MD, MPH, FACPM Pages 19–26 GREY MATTERS Cerebral Organoids and the Threshold of Consciousness William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD Pages 27–35 CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA Daring to Deploy a DNA Directive Robert D. Orr, MD, CM and Ferdinand D. Yates Jr., MD, MA (Bioethics) Pages 37–40 ARTICLES The Pain Principle: An Ethical Approach to End-of-Life Decisions Carlo V. Bellieni, MD Pages 41–49 Clinical Science after Flexner’s 1910 Report on Medical Education: A Research Ethos Inhabited by Racial Prejudice, Colonial Attitudes, and Eugenic Theory Gregory W. Rutecki, MD Pages 51–62 BOOK REVIEWS Cyborg Mind: What Brain-Computer and Mind-Cyberspace Interfaces mean for Cyberneuroethics Calum MacKellar, ed. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2019. ISBN  978-1789200140, 249 PAGES, HARDCOVER.  $134.59  (Reviewed by Agnetta Sutton, PhD) Page 63 Embodied Hope: A Theological Meditation on Pain and Suffering Kelly M. Kapic. Downers Grove, IL: Intervarsity Academic, 2017. ISBN  978-0830851799, 197 PAGES, PAPERBACK.  $15.00  (Reviewed by Jacob Shatzer, PhD) Page 64

Ethics & Medicine: Volume 35:3 Fall 2019

  • Table of Contents
  • “EDITORIAL: When Self Determination Runs Amok” by C. Ben Mitchell, PhD
  • “GREY MATTERS: Lifting the Impenetrable Veil: Ethical Implications of Neural Vision Decoding,” by William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD
  • “CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA: The Art of Informed Consent, ” by Jay Hollman, MD, MA, and Ferdinand D. Yates Jr., MD, MA
  • “Professional Objections and Healthcare: More than a Case of Conscience,” by Michael Pruski, PhD, MA, AFHEA, MRSB
  • “Social Freezing: Analysis of an Ethical Dilemma,” by Justo Aznar, MD, PhD, and Julio Tudela Cuenca, Pharm, PhD
  • “Addiction as Degradation of Life,” by Ondřej Beran, PhD
  • BOOK REVIEWS

Ethics & Medicine: Volume 35:2 Summer 2019

  • Table of Contents
  • “EDITORIAL: The Promise of Palliation” by C. Ben Mitchell, PhD
  • “GREY MATTERS: Machine Intelligence as Interpreter: Ethical Implications of Neural Speech Decoding” by William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD
  • “CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA: Surgery in Those Who Cannot Give Consent ” by Jay Hollman, MD, MA, and Ferdinand D. Yates Jr., MD, MA
  • “GUEST COMMENTARY: Robots, Jobs, and Leisure: Being Human in the Face of Technological Disruption” by Jacob Shatzer, MDiv, PhD
  • “GUEST COMMENTARY: Synthetic Human Entities with Embryo-Like Features (SHEEFs) and the Incarnation” by Todd Daly, PhD
  • “Heart Poisoning: Medicine Unlike Any Other” by Jacek Hawiger, MD, PhD, MA(Hon), MD(Hon)
  • “Healthcare, Religious Obligations, and Caring for the Poor” by Dennis L. Sansom, PhD
  • BOOK REVIEWS

Ethics & Medicine: Volume 35:1 Spring 2019

  • Table of Contents
  • “EDITORIAL: Sound and Fury” by C. Ben Mitchell, PhD
  • “GREY MATTERS: Æquanimitas Perfecta” by William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD
  • “CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA: A Pharmacist’s Dilemma” by Jessica A. Ward; Douglas C. Anderson, PharmD; Dennis M. Sullivan, MD, MA;  Ferdinand D. Yates., MD, MA
  • “The Case for Marijuana Prohibition” by Timothy Hsiao, MA
  • “An Exploration of How Ethics Informs Health Care Practice” by Michael Concannon, PhD; Warren Gillibrand, PhD; Pat Jones, MS
  • “Will Shorter Informed Consent forms with Visual Aids Improve Understanding of the Document in Adult and Elderly Populations of Clinical Trials?” by Agata Bloswick, MSC and Hab. Agnieszka Skowron
  • “The Current State of Medical Error in South Korea” by James Yeongiun Park, MS
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Ethics & Medicine: Volume 34:3 Fall 2018

  • Table of Contents
  • “EDITORIAL: Gross Anatomy and the Gift of the Body” by C. Ben Mitchell, PhD
  • “GREY MATTERS: Ethical Implications of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Personal Identity” by William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD
  • “CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA: Decisional Capacity and Suspected Self-Neglect in a Geriatric Patient” by Joshua D. Niforatos, MTS; Gregory W. Rutecki, MD; Ferdinand D. Yates., MD, MA (Bioethics)
  • “GUEST COMMENTARY: American Psychiatry’s Retreat from Reality” by A. A. Howsepian, MD, PhD
  • “GUEST COMMENTARY: Human Head Transplants: Why It’s Time for a Serious Debate” by Sister Renee Mirkes, OSF, PhD
  • “Experiencing Transplantation through Narrative: Richard Selzer and ‘Whither Thou Goest'” by Catherine Fleisher, MD and Gregory W. Rutecki, MD
  • “Technology and Grieving: A Relationship” by Grace E. McNair, BA and James R. Nichols, PhD
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Ethics & Medicine: Volume 34:2 Summer 2018

Download PDF : E&M 34:2 EDITORIAL Person-to-Person Medicine C. Ben Mitchell, PhD GREY MATTERS Ethical Implications of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Personal Identity William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA Our Sister’s Keeper? Helen O. Williams, MD; F.D. Yates, Jr., MD, MA(Bioethics) PRIME : Partnerships in International Medical Education: An Oral History of the Development of an International Network in Whole Person Medicine and Whole Person Teaching Sharon A. “Shari” Falkenheimer, MD, MA (Bioethics), MPH PhD Can Euthanasia be Classified as a Medically Beneficial Treatment? Nathan Gamble, MA The Dilemma of Prenatal Screening Megan Best, MD, PhD, MAAE   BOOK REVIEWS Reconsidering Intellectual Disability : L’Arche, Medical Ethics, and Christian Friendship Jason Reimer Greig, Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2015. ISBN  978-1828182433; 304 PAGES, PAPER. $32.95 Reviewed by Jeffrey G. Betcher, MD, FRCPC, MA(Bioethics) Renewing Moral Theology: Christian Ethics as Action, Character, and Grace Daniel A. Westberg, Downers Grove:  IVP Academic, 2015. ISBN  978-0-838-2408-1. 281 PAGES, PAPER. $25.00. Reviewed by Todd T. W. Daly, PhD (Theological Ethics), The Image of God, Personhood and the Embryo Calum MacKellar, Londond. SCM Press, 2017. ISBN  9780334 055211. 270 PAGES, PAPER. $56.00. Reviewed by Agneta Sutton, PhD

Ethics & Medicine : Volume 34:1 Spring 2018

Download PDF : E&M 34:1                                                                                                                                                            EDITORIAL Conscience and Healthcare Professionals C. Ben Mitchell, PhD GREY MATTERS If Mosquitoes Were to Disappear from the World William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA When a Surrogate Refuses Life Sustaining Treatment Cheyn Onarecker, MD, MA; F.D. Yates, Jr., MD, MA A Limited Image?: Practitioners, Patients, and Playing God Jacob Shatzer, PhD Life Postulates: Euclid, Mathematical Perfection and Teaching Ethics to Adult Students Richard Sams II, MD, MA The Opioid Epidemic, Deadly Sins, and the Soul Dennis L. Sansom, PhD The Ethical Landscape of Assisted Suicide: A Balanced Analysis Dennis M. Sullivan, MD, MA; Robert M. Taylor, MD BOOK REVIEWS Pursuing Moral Faithfulness: Ethics and Christian Discipleship Gary Tyra, Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2015. ISBN  […]

Ethics & Medicine : Volume 33:3 Fall 2017

  • Download PDF : E&M 33:3
  • “EDITORIAL: Ectogenesis and the Future of Procreation,” by C. Ben Mitchell, PhD
  • “GRAY MATTERS: The Moral Significance of Pain for Synthetic Human Entities Derived from Embryo-Like Cell” by William P. Cheshire, Jr. MD
  • “CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA: Telling the Truth in Therapeutic Encounters” by Joshua D. Niforatos, MTS; Gregory W. Rutecki, MD; F.D. Yates, Jr.,  MD
  • “Patient Medical Consent from an Islamic Perspective” by Taghreed Ayyad,  LLB.; Ammar Al-Kashimiri, MD, FRCPC, FACEP; Sina Muscati, BGSc, LLM, LLB
  • “Slathered, Zapped, Nipped, and Tucked:  An Ethical Analysis of Cosmetic Dermatology” by Barbara, J. Lowe, PhD
  • “The Trinitarian Nature of Biblical Bioethics: A Theological Corrective to Frame’s Philosophical Paradigm” by Daniel Heimbach, PhD
  • “The Higher-Brain Concept of Death: A Christian Theological Appraisal” by Allen H. Roberts, II, MD, MDiv
  • BOOK REVIEWS