Ethics & Medicine Volume 20:1 Spring 2004

Download PDF : E&M 20.1 Guest Commentary Bioethics and the Fundamentalist Agenda Robert D. Orr, MD, CM “The Least of These”: A Christian Moral Appraisal of Vital Organ Procurement from “Brain-Dead” Patients Stephen N. Nelson, MD, FAAP Poem: The overlooked test William P. Cheshire, MD Ethical Concerns of American Evangelical Christians Relative to Genetic Interventions and the Human Genome Project, 1974 to the Present John Jefferson Davis, PhD Holy Dying, Assisted Dying?: An Anglican Perspective on Physician-Assisted Suicide David B. Fletcher, PhD Biotechnology Update: News and Views Edited by Amy DeBaets Book Reviews Culture of Life, Culture of Death: Proceedings of The Linacre Center Conference of The Great Jubilee and the Culture of Life – Luke Gormally, Editor Margaret Sealey War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race – Edwin Black Amy Michelle DeBaets

Ethics & Medicine Volume 19:3 Fall 2003

Download PDF : E&M 19.3 Editorial The New Utopians and a Truly Human Future C Ben Mitchell Guest Commentary Some Christian Responses to the Genetic Revolution Julie P. Clague, MTH, PGCE Twigs of Terebinth: The Ethical Origins of the Hospital in Judeo-Christian Tradition William P. Cheshire, MD Poem: The overlooked test William P. Cheshire, MD The New Eugenics and the Newborn: The Historical “Cousinage” of Eugenics and Infanticide David P. Mortimer, MDiv The Ethics of Advertising Strategies in the Pharmaceutical Industry Lars Reuter, PhD Biotechnology Update: News and Views Edited by Amy DeBaets Book Reviews Enough: Staying Human in and Engineered Age– Bill McKribben Amy Michelle DeBaets Everyday Bioethics: Reflections on Bioethical Choices in Daily Life Giovanni Berlinguer Bruce A. Little Setting Limits Fairly: Can We Learn to Share Medical Resources? Norman Daniels and James E. Sabin David Short Why Bother Being Good?: The Place of God in the Moral Life John Hare Bruce A. Little Rethinking Peter Singer Gordon Preece, Editor David B. Fletcher

Ethics & Medicine Volume 19:2 Summer 2003

Download PDF : E&M 19.2 Guest Editorial Cloning Newspeak Nigel M de S Cameron, PhD and Jennifer Lahl Guest Commentary High-Tech Medicine and the Physician-Patient Relationship Erzsebet Kapocsi, MD Human Embryos, Human Ingenuity, and Government Policy Rogeer Hoedemaekers Is It Right of Is It Useful? Patenting of the Human Gene, Lockean Property Rights, and the Erosion of the Imago Dei Paige Comstock Cunningham, JD Withholding and Withdrawing Neonatal Therapy: An Alternative Glance Carlo V Bellieni, MD “Do Everything!”–Encountering Futility in Medical Practice Stephen N Nelson, MD, FAAP Book Reviews Escape Routes: For People Who Feel Trapped in Life’s HellsJohann Christoph Arnold Martin R F Reynolds Making Babies: Is There a Right to Have Children?Mary Warnock Agneta Sutton From Chance to Choice: Genetics and JusticeAllen Buchanan, Dan W. Brock, Norman Daniels, and Daniel Wikler Leland Saunders R.U.R (Rossum’s Universal Robots)Karel Capek Daniel McConchie Two Views of Virtue: Absolute Relativism and Relative AbsolutismF F Centore Bruce A Little The Christian Woman’s Guide to Personal Health CareDebra Evans Richelle K. Marracino Becoming Good: Building Moral CharacterDavid W. Gill Jennifer C. Lahl A Small, Good Thing: Stories of Children with HIV and Those Who Care for ThemAnne Hunsaker Hawkins Richelle K Marracino The Reproductive […]

Ethics & Medicine Volume 19:1 Spring 2003

Download PDF : E&M 19.1 Guest Commentary Celebrating Two Decades of Publication C Ben Mitchell, PhD Alone No More: Pain in Premature Children C V Belieni, MD, F Bagnoli, G Buonocore, MD The Conception View of Personhood: A Review Dennis M Sullivan, MD, FACS The Fiduciary Covenantal Relationship: A Model for Physician-Patent Relationships G Steven Suits, MD Curing, Caring, and Beyond: Reflections for a Clincal Ethic Dennis Hollinger, PhD Xenotransplantation: Animal Rights and Human Wrongs Vasudevan Mani, Ryan Mathew, Professor Shervanthi Homer-Vanniasinkam Book Reviews Holding Health Care Accountable: Law and the New Medical Marketplace E. Haavi Morreim, Soren Holm

Ethics & Medicine Volume 18:3 Fall 2002

Download PDF : E&M 18.3 Editorial Editorial C. Ben Mitchell, Ph. D. Guest Commentary Clinical Ethics Case Consultation Robert D Orr The Institutional Review Board: A Critical Revisit to the Protection of Human Subjects Gregory W Rutecki, Michael Youtsey, Bernard Adelson Revisiting Reproductive Technology’s Slippery Slope in the Light of the Concepts of the Imago Dei, Co-creation, and Stewardship Agneta Sutton Why Not Give Hippocrates a Place at the Table? Patrick Guinan Views of Humanity and Nursing Practice: An Analysis of Nursing B Gustafsson, B A Parfitt Ways of Approaching Nursing Ethics: Some Comparisons and Contrasts F J Fitzpatrick Book Reviews Ward Ethics: Dilemmas for Medical Students and Doctors in TrainingThomasine K Kushner and David C Thomasma, Editors Andrew Fergusson The Nurse Apprentice 1860-1977Ann Bradshaw Agneta Sutton The New Medicine: Life and Death After Hippocrates (Revised Ed.)Nigel M de S Cameron J David Van Horn

Ethics & Medicine Volume 18:2 Summer 2002

Download PDF : E&M 18.2 Editorial Hurtling Toward Eugenics…Again C. Ben Mitchell, Ph. D. Guest Commentary Toward a Common Language of Human Dignity William D. Cheshire The Oral Contraceptive Pill and the Principle of Double Effect Sister Renee Mirkes A Defense of the Neglected Rhetorical Strategy (NRS) David C. Reardon Clinical Ethics Case Consultation Robert D. Orr Thinking Twice: Cloning and In Vitro Fertilisation Helen Watt Evangelical Engagements With Eugenics, 1900-1940Alta E. Schutte Book Reviews Reproductive Technology: Towards a Theology of Procreative StewardshipBrent Waters Agneta Sutton

Ethics & Medicine Volume 18:1 Spring 2002

Download PDF : E&M 18.1 Guest Editorial Guest Editorial Nigel M de S Cameron and Lori Andrews Guest Commentary To the Editor Clinical Ethics Case Consultation Robert D. Orr The Advance Directive: An Expression of Autonomy, But Also of Care Klaus Schaefer, Ulrich Eibach, and Debi Ro ‘Euthanasia’ in the Third Reich: Lessons for Today? JA Emerson Vermaat Suicide, Physician-Assisted Suicide, and Euthanasia in Men versus Women Around the World: The Degree of Physician Control Kalman J Kaplan, Martin Harrow, Mark E Schneiderhan, and Russell Omens Book Reviews Enhancing Human Traits: Ethical and Social ImplicationsErik Parens, Editor Donal P O’Mathuna Culture of Death: The Assault on Medical Ethics in AmericanWesley J. Smith Kevin B. Peet

Ethics & Medicine Volume 17:3 Fall 2001

Download PDF : E&M 17.3 Editorial Old MacDonald Had an Embryo Pharm, E, I, E, I, Oh? C. Ben Mitchell, Ph. D. Guest Commentary To the Editor Polygamy and Autonomy David B. Fletcher A Theologian’s Brief: On the Place of the Human Embryo Within the Christian Tradition and the Theological Principles for Evaluating Its Moral Status David Jones, et. al. Taking Abortion Seriously: A Philosophical Critique of the New Anti-Abortion Rhetorical Shift Francis J. Beckwith Prenatal DNR Orders and the Baby Doe Regulations: Case Review and Analysis Robert E. Cranston A Thirty-Year Perspective on Personhood: How Has the Debate Changed? Dennis Sullivan Book Reviews Without Moral Limits: Women, Reproduction, and Medical TechnologyDebra Evans J. Alan Branch Regulation of the Healthcare ProfessionsTimothy S. Jost, Editor Jack T. Hanford Body and Soul: Human Nature and the Crisis of EthicsJ.P. Moreland and Scott B. Rae Michael W. Austin The Invention of Autonomy: A History of Modern Moral PhilosophyJ. B. Schneewind David B. Fletcher

Ethics & Medicine Volume 17:2 Summer 2001

Download PDF : E&M 17.2 Editorial C. Ben Mitchell, Ph. D. Guest Editorial Bioethics for Nurses from a Faith-Based Perspective Jack Hanford Guest Commentary A Stranger in a Land of Strangers: Englehart’s Thesis Outlined Steven N Williams The Position of Nurses in the New Dutch Euthanasia Bill: A Report of Legal and Political Developments Marianne Daverschot and Hugo van der Wal A Critique of the Clinical Examples for the APA’s “Guidelines Regarding Possible Conflict Between Psychiatrists’ Religious Commitments and Psychiatric Practice” Robert Hierholzer Exit Ramp William P Cheshire Response to Joel Goodnough MD, “Redux: Is the Oral Contraceptive Pill an Abortifacient?” John Wilks, William F Colliton, Jr., and Joel E Goodnough Book Reviews Called to Care: A Christian Theology of NursingJudith Allen Shelly and Arlene B Miller Renee Lick and Allen Verhey The Bible and Healing: A Medical and Theological CommentaryJohn Wilkinson Donal P O’Mathuna Notes From a Narrow Ridge: Religion and BioethicsD.S. Davis, L. Zoloth Henk Jochemsen How the News Makes Us Dumb: The Death of Wisdom in an Information SocietyC John Sommerville Brad Stetson The Medical Legacy of Moses MaimonidesFred Rosner Michael C McKenzie

Ethics & Medicine Volume 17:1 Spring 2001

Download PDF : E&M 17.1 Editorial C. Ben Mitchell, Ph. D. Guest Editorial Nigel M de S Cameron Guest Commentary Henk Jochemsen Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us Bill Joy Redux: Is the Oral Contraceptive Pill an Abortifacient? Joel Goodnough Sponsorship of Educational Programmes in Nigerian Medical and Pharmacy Schools by Pharmaceutical Companies: Possible Risk Implication for Public Health Emmanuel O. Okoro and Arthur E. Davies Book Reviews False Hopes: Overcoming the Obstacles to a Sustainable, Affordable Medicine Daniel Callahan Thomas D. Kennedy The Foundations of Bioethics, 2nd EditionH. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr. David B Fletcher Do We Still Need Doctors?John Lantos W Malcolm U. Moffat