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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 ...
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) ...
The Ethics of Assisted Suicide: Michigan v. Kevorkian (2002)
"He became known as 'the suicide doctor' and 'Dr. Death', and controversy followed him everywhere. Dr. Jack Kevorkian believed that terminally ill people had the right not only to die, but also to have the assistance of ...
A Right to Life or Death: Michigan v. Anderson (2002)
"This case of convicted murderer Michael Anderson asks questions about two of the more important issues in the criminal justice system. First, should a person be given a new trial if it is shown that at the original trial ...
The Ethical Question: Death & Dying
Topics covered in the CME study guide are: 1) Definitions and Distinctions of withholding/withdrawing life sustaining treatment, pallative treatment that may hasten death, euthanasia, and assisted suicide; 2) an ethical ...
Ethics Committees: Allies in Long-Term Care (1990)
Developed by the American Association for Retired People (AARP)'s Special Projects Section in cooperation with the American Association of Homes for the Aging's Commission on Ethics this program is intended for the staff ...