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Today's Bioethical Problems: Physician Assisted Suicide (1990 December 20)
Three physicians, Nancy Cummings of the National Institutes of Health, Edmund D. Pellegrino, director of the Center for the Advanced Study of Ethics at Georgetown University, and Mark Seigler, director of the Center for ...
Susceptible to Kindness: Miss Evers' Boys and the Tuskegee Syphilis Study (1993)
This video examines the ethical issues raised by the Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male (1932- 1972). Issues are presented through acted excepts from David Feldshuh's play Miss Evers' Boys and comments ...
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: Informed Consent
Topics covered in CME guide are: 1) general principles of informed consent; 2) informed consent with patients without decision-making capacity; 3) public health concerns; 4) informed consent forms; 5) suggested readings ...
The Ethics OSCE: Standardized Patient Scenarios for Teaching and Evaluating Bioethics
Fourteen standardized patient scenarios on video are available to teachers of medical ethics. The standardized scenarios may be used to teach medical ethics and to evaluate medical students' understanding of ethical issues ...