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The Battle for a Surrogate Baby: Kaplan v. Chamberlain (2002)
"When a couple is unable to conceive a child, one of the more controversial modern methods of helping them is 'surrogate motherhood,' in which a woman is hired, or volunteers, to bear the man's child and then give it up. ...
Intensive Care (1996)
This one hour program focuses on a unique team of ethicists at the University of Chicago Medical Center. The program is a four-part story that takes the viewer behind the scenes to the bedside to examine the state of the ...
Ethics on Trial
The Ethical Question: Physician Assisted Suicide
Topices in CME guide include 1) definitions; 2) withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment; 3) patient self-determination; 4) nonmaleficience and beneficence; 5) the relief of pain and suffering; 6) potential for abuse; 7) ...
Personal Ethics and the Future of the World (1992)
This video raises and explores questions about the relationship between personal moral values and individual rights and societal rights.
Reasoning in Medical Ethics, Program No. 2
Topics covered are: euthanasia and the right to die, AIDS and the health care professional, and patient rights. The program includes an interview with Dr. David H. Smith, a professor of medical ethics at the University ...
From Competence to Coma: Understanding Advance Directives (1992)
"This videotape gives medical caregivers, clergy, laypersons, and patients an in-depth understanding of advance directives. It features Henry S. Perkins, M. D., Associate Professor of medical Ethics at the University of ...
Ethics in Health Care: Building Competence for Health Professionals
How should health professionals approach the ethical issues surrounding patient autonomy, family dynamics, and end-of-life decisions? What ethical issues arise from religious and cultural diversity? How does an organization's ...
America's Good Health, but at What Cost (1986)
Scenes of a meeting held at the Center For Bioethics at the University of Wisconsin in May 1986 are presented with panel participants Richard Lamm, former Governor of Colorado; Mark Siegler, director of the Center for ...
Everywoman: Pregnancy Disability (Program Aired on Channel 9, WUSA in Washington, DC on Saturday, August 13, 1977)
Program on pregnancy disability, includes an interview with Andre Hellegers, M.D., first director of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics. Everywoman was a daily one-hour talk show that aired on Channel 9 WUSA in Washington, ...