Patient's Ordeal

Medical Ethics
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Acknowledgments Introduction One The Burned Two The Retarded Three The Retarded Institutionalized Four The Gestated and Sold Five The Battered Six The Molested Seven The Aged: Their Virtues and Vices Eight Afflicting the Afflicted: Total Institutions Nine The Afflicted Assisting the Afficted: Alcoholics Anonymous Ten The Afflicted Assiting the Afficted: Organ Donations for Transplants Postscript Notes
"an excellent contribution to medical ethics" -- Ethics
"wide-ranging, compassionate, and insightful" -- PublishersWeekly
"a sensitive and provocative approach to the study ofethical decision making" -- Choice
"(This) sensitive and movingbook... compels and merits the grateful, concentrated, and critical attention of allwho know, who live with, and who seek to help those human beings to whom terriblethings have happened." -- BioLaw
"The human contact embodied inThe Patient's Ordeal puts the book light-years ahead of others in the field ofmedical ethics.... Once the dust from the academic reviews has settled, this bookwill be one of the few in the field of medical ethics that is thought of as aseminal work, one that has broken new ground. A remarkable, well-written, significant work, it cannot be commended too highly." -- Second Opinion
Autor: William May
WILLIAM F. MAY is Cary M. Maguire Professor of Ethics at Southern Methodist University and author of The Physician s Covenant: Images of the Healer in Medical Ethics."

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Autor: William May
ISBN-13 :: 9780253208705
ISBN: 025320870X
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.06.1991
Gewicht: 367g
Seiten: 236
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 234x154x18 mm
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