Ethics & Medicine Volume 17:2 Summer 2001

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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

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