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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 ...
The Ethics Committee Videotape (1996)
Part I: Patient and Family Education. The narrator suggests that a health care ethics committee can function as a "health care guide service." Three questions about ethics committees are addressed in this section of the ...
In Sickness or in Health: Making Decisions in Long-Term Care
This film is directed to health care staff. It discusses patients and their rights in nursing homes and raises the issue of health care decision making for both incompetent and competent residents. The program provides ...
Buying Time: The Media Role in Health Care (1991)
Produced for the Institute for the Study of Applied and Professional Ethics at Dartmouth
Ethics and the Neonatal Unit, Program No. 10
Topics included are: making decisions for infants, decision-making with uncertain outcomes, allocating scarce medical resources, identifying new ethical issues, and reasoning through new ethical issues. The program includes ...
The Ethical Question: Medical Education Kit. Individual Titles Include: The Ethical Question: Death & Dying; the Ethical Question: Economics and Health Care; the Ethical Question: Informed Consent; and the Ethical Question: Physician Assisted Suicide
"The Ethical Question examines many of the critical ethical issues facing the medical profession and society today. Using actual cases and commentary by many of the nation's leading medical ethicists, each tape discusses ...