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Current Controversies in Medicine: Informed Consent. National Institutes of Health
Conference held in the Natcher Conference Center-Main Auditorium on November 18, 1999 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Spiral bound booklet of references and resources and video available. Speakers and Topics are: Jeff Kahn ...
NPR - Xenotransplantation (1999)
Dr. Walters participated in the live NPR discussion on Xenotransplantation. "The use of animal tissue and organs as transplant material is getting closer to reality. Kojo Nnamdi speaks with a panel of experts on the state ...
EPEC: Education for Physicians on End-of-Life-Care: Participant's Guide (1999)
This Participant's Guide is 1 looseleaf binder. Topics covered include: terminal care, advance directives, passive euthanasia, medical futility, outcome and process assessment, drug therapy for pain control, palliative ...
One True Thing (1999)
Join Academy Award-winners Meryl Streep and William Hurt, along with Renee Zellweger, for an unforgettable look at the pleasure, pain and ultimate joy of being a family. When crisis confronts Katherine and George Gulden, ...
Struggle for Moral Leadership: Public Virtues, Private Lives
In collaboration with the University of North Carolina Center for Public Television, the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University produced a two-part television series on The Struggle for Moral Leadership. The program ...
More Lessons From the Angels of Death
William Bartholome, MD, MTS, a pediatrician and bioethicist, speaks about his experiences after living with a terminal diagnosis for the past five years. This lecture is the Hixon Hour lecture that he delivered at the ...
Making Babies: Frontline Examines Booming Infertility Business (1999)
"Frontline examines the wide range of methods now employed to bring children to those unable to reproduce naturally and raises questions about the safety of experimentation, the commercialization of reproduction, and the ...
Ethics in Surgery Curriculum. "Principles for Communicating Bad News" and "Advanced Directives and Withdrawal/Withholding of Treatment" (1999? )
A curriculum developed by Peter Angelos, M.D., Ph.D. and Debra A. DeRosa, Ph.D. to educate surgery residents at Northwestern University about ethics in surgery. The curriculum includes text (3-ring binder), overhead ...
Tough Choices: Today and in History (1999)
Rev. Vartan Hartunian, Gloria Johnson-Powell, M.D., and Katherine Fanning discuss personal choices they made earlier in their lives. As a five-year-old boy, Rev. Hartunian escaped the Turkish presecution of Armenians in ...