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Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Decides? (Three Parts) (1986)
Television news personality Ted Koppel moderates a nationwide video teleconference with discussion in three areas: 1) Introduction and Technology. Panelists are Thomas F. Ferris, Donald S. Frederickson, Albert Gore, Jr., ...
The Battle for a Surrogate Baby: Kaplan v. Chamberlain (2002)
"When a couple is unable to conceive a child, one of the more controversial modern methods of helping them is 'surrogate motherhood,' in which a woman is hired, or volunteers, to bear the man's child and then give it up. ...
Total Patient Care: The Child With an Intersex Condition (2002)
Created as an educational tool address to medical and mental health professionals, this video discusses the health care needs of the intersex child. "'Intersex' is the general term used to denote a variety of conditions ...
Right to Refuse Antipsychotic Medication (1986)
A seminar held for lawyers in July 1985 presents six speakers who discuss the law, consent requirements, clinical effects, and relationships to the patient. The final speaker, psychiatrist Paul Appelbaum, looks at competency ...
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 ...
Discussions in Bioethics (1986)
The videocassette is a varied teaching aide with eight open ended dramatizations to stimulate discussion about ethical dilemmas which are based on actual cases. They include: The Old Person's Friend: portrays in a hospital ...
Ethics on Trial
Back to the Hearing World Your Life in Stereo (The Bilateral Difference) (2007)
"Back to the Hearing World follows four individuals along their journey to hearing with their Nucleus cochlear implant system. While each story is unique, they all share a uniting spirit of adventure that is sure to inspire ...
Odds of Recovery (2002)
Filmmaker Su Friedrich offers a creative, and very personal, documentary that explores her own experiences as a patient through her experiences with a variety of illness and her encounters with a variety of medical ...
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) ...