About this book
This volume tracks the development in the United States of the field of Bioethics, Ethics applied to the disciplines of medicine, nursing, and health care in general, including medical research and the complex economic and political problems surrounding the provision of medical and nursing care. It explains how the United States developed, case by case, the central rules and principles of ER ethics in the Health Care System. The discussion includes the controversies centering on birth, death, clinical research, experimental procedures (cloning, reproductive technology, organ transplants), and ends with a substantial suggestion on the provision of health care for all.
Bioethics in context Biomedical Research Birth, Life and Death Case Studies in Bioethics Cloning, Assisted Reproductive Technology Health Care System an a Capitalist Economy History of Applied Ethics Introduction to Bioethics Introduction to Biomedical Research Issues of Bioethics Medical Ethics Medical practice in U.S. Medicare And Medicaid Funds Moral Dilemmas of Biomedicine Natural Death Physician Assisted Death Stem Cell Research Theoretical Ethics Tracking Health Understandings of Death and Treatment