Medicine Health Care Ethics

Author: John F. Morris
Publisher: CUA Press
ISBN: 0813214831
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Medicine, Health Care, and Ethics adds to this rich tradition with a collection of contemporary essays that represent the very best efforts of current Catholic scholarship in the field of health care and medical ethics.

Dictionary Of Scripture And Ethics

Author: Joel B. Green
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441239987
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Kelly, D. Contemporary Catholic Health Care Ethics. Georgetown University
Press, 2004; Ladd, G. A Theology of the New Testament. Rev. ed. Eerdmans,
1993; Morris, J. “Death and Dying.” Pages 127–41 in Medicine, Health Care and
Ethics: Catholic Voices, ed. J. Morris. Catholic University of America Press, 2007;
O'Donovan, O. “Keeping Body and Soul Together.” Pages 223–38 in On Moral
Medicine: Theological Perspectives in Medical Ethics, ed. S. Lammers and A.

God Science And Designer Genes

Author: Spencer S. Stober
Publisher: Praeger Publishers
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2363). 16. The Charter for Health Care Workers (Pontifical Council for Pastoral
Assistance, originally published in 1995) states: "Every means and medical
intervention, in the field of procreation, must always be by way of assistance and
never substitution of the marriage act" (par. 22). 17. For additional discussion of
the Catholic Church's views on reproductive technologies and other issues
related to genetics, see John F. Morris, ed., Medicine, Health Care, and Ethics:
Catholic Voices ...

American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly

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HEALTH CARE, AND ETHICS Catholic Voices Edited by John F. Morris
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Listening To The Whispers

Author: Christine Sorrell Dinkins
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299216535
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The conversations of interpretive research in healthcare contained in this volume encourage readers to re-think ethics in ways that will help to create an ethical healthcare system with a future of new possibilities.

Medical Ethics

Author: Kevin D. O'Rourke, OP
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 1589017560
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Catholic health care professionals frequently encounter serious ethical issues
whether they work in Catholic health care facilities or in those sponsored by state,
community, or private corporations. When faced with these problems, the sincere
Catholic seeks to make a judgment of conscience enlightened by faith. The
factual knowledge necessary for such a judgment will be drawn from the medical
or research situation. For example, in a decision whether to withdraw life support
from a ...


Author: Scott B. Rae
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 9780802845955
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... those engaged in ethical reflection on medicine is regarded by many as the
birthplace of the discipline of bioethics.2 As the beginning discussion broadened
and matured, academic philosophers, lawyers, academic physicians, and
medical practitioners all became seriously involved in the ongoing conversation.
In that process, one can see the partial marginalization of religious voices in
bioethics, though there remains today a strong Catholic presence in nonprofit
health care with ...

Jewish And Catholic Bioethics

Author: Edmund D. Pellegrino MD
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 9781589013506
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This book presents scholarly Jewish perspectives on suffering, healing, life, and death, and it compares them with contemporary Christian and secular views.

Beyond A Western Bioethics

Author: Angeles Tan Alora
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
ISBN: 9781589012493
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Written for both students and professionals, the book provides a much-needed perspective on how medical ethics are practiced in a developing nation, and it successfully challenges the wisdom of global bioethical standards that do not ...

American Book Publishing Record

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MEDICINE, health care, and 241'.642 ethics: Catholic voices / edited by John F.
Morris. 1st ed. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2007. p.
cm. Contents:Wounded humanity and Catholic health care: some contemporary
thinkers have forgotten what "healing" really means / John Kavanaugh — What
counts as respect? / Gregory R. Beabout — New reproductive technologies and
Catholic teaching / William E. May — Contraception: a hard saying did humane
vitae ...