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Vision and Voice: Faithful Citizens and Health Care (2008)
This DVD is part of a larger adult education resource "Vision & Voice: Faithful Citizens and Health Care." The print resources, including facilitators' manuals and participants' manuals are available free online without a ...
The Lobotomist (2008)
See review article by Daniel G. Stewart and Kenneth L. Davis in The American Journal of psychiatry 2008 April; 165(4): 457-458. The title is The Lobotomist.
Shining Path, a Maoist group established in the 1970s by Abimael Guzman, had by 1980 launched a revolutionary insurrection in the Peruvian countryside. When the movement's attempt to recruit Quechuan peasants to its cause ...
In Need of a Map! Concepts and Frameworks in Ethical Decision Making: Patricia Rodney & Michael McDonald (2008)
Dr. Paddy Rodney and Dr. Michael McDonald "discuss the concepts of group dynamics, deliberation and decision-making as they relate to clinical care." [description from PHEN site]
More Sides to the Story: Faith Based Perspectives: Mary Lou Cranston (2008)
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Respect for Autonomy: A Closer Look: James F. Childress (2008)
Dr. James Childress "explores autonomy, the hallmark principle of bioethics in Western societies, with a view to gaining a deeper understanding of its role." [description from PHEN site]
In Guatemala the Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAF) exhumes 1,000 bodies a year in an attempt to identify the remains of decades-old victims of army massacres. SACRED SOIL interviews relatives of the deceased and the ...
Pellegrino Lecture - Osler Birthday Celebration (2008)
DVD of Dr. Edmund Pellegrino's lecture at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine's annual "Osler Birthday Celebration"
Issues at the End of Life: Caring Ethically: Peter A. Singer (2008)
Dr. Peter Singer "introduces end-of-life issues such as withholding versus withdrawing care, nutrition and hydration, euthanasia, and advance directives." [description from PHEN site]
Allocating Scarce Resources: Who Benefits? Robert M. Veatch (2008)
Dr. Robert M. Veatch "explores the values and tensions implicit in resource allocation decisions and offers a framework for ethical decision-making." [description from PHEN site]