A Case-Based ApproachBy
- Lisa Schwartz, Lecturer in Philosophy of Medicine, Department of General Practice, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
- Paul Preece, Theme Coordinator of Medical Ethics, Dundee Medical School, Ninewells, Dundee, UK
- Rob Hendry, Medical Advisor, Medical & Dental Defense Union of Scotland, Mackintosh House, Glasgow, UK
Medical ethics is a topic of increased importance in the medical school curriculum, and this textbook provides a wealth of knowledge aimed specifically at medical students rather than experienced practitioners. Realistic case studies introduce the discussion in each chapter, making this text highly suitable for case-based courses. This text includes practical coverage of all the issues likely to be of concern to students during their medical careers.
Paperback, 228 Pages
Published: November 2002
- 1. Introduction
2. Ethical theories
3. Clinical relationships
4. Rights of patients, practitioners, and society
6. The end of life
7. The value of life: Who decides and how?
8. Medical audit and medical research
9. Human reproduction and new reproductive technologies
10. Rationing and rationality: Issues in scarce resource allocation