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Spirituality in Health Care: Dialogue, Decisions and Duties: Daniel Sulmasy (2006)
"The relationship between spirituality and health has garnered increasing attention in recent years. Health care providers may not always know how best to respond to their patients' spiritual needs, while some may not ...
Systems and Structures: Ethics in Organizations: Nuala Kenny (2008)
Dr. Nuala Kenny "examines the ethical culture of organizations and its impact on inter-professional relationships, decision-making, and patient care." [Decription from PHEN site]
Sick Around the World (2008)
"Four in five Americans say the healthcare system needs fundamental change. Can the U.S. learn anything from the rest of the world about how to run a healthcare system, or are these nations so culturally different that ...
No Room in the Marketplace: The Health Care of the Poor (1986)
The Catholic Health Associations's Task Force on Health Care for the Poor offers, via voice-over slides and photographs, their position on the obligation to provide increased health care for all who are not receiving it ...
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: Medical Education Kit. Individual Titles Include: The Ethical Question: Death & Dying; the Ethical Question: Economics and Health Care; the Ethical Question: Informed Consent; and the Ethical Question: Physician Assisted Suicide
"The Ethical Question examines many of the critical ethical issues facing the medical profession and society today. Using actual cases and commentary by many of the nation's leading medical ethicists, each tape discusses ...
Tibetan Medicine: A Buddhist Approach to Healing
"Tibetan Medicine was filmed at the Tibetan Medical Center established in exile by the Dalai Lama in the Indian Himalayas-- the only remaining center for Tibetan Medicine. Ama Lopsang Dolma, Tibet's first woman doctor, ...
Oregon Health Care Decisions: Choices and Costs in Health Care Oregon Health Care Decisons: Citizen's Health Care Parliament ... and Beyond (1984)
Filmed at various community meetings, Oregon citizens debate and participate in planning health policy decisions for their state, basing discussions on their understanding that unlimited health costs will not be affordable. ...
The Right to Die ... The Choice Is Yours (1987)
The film depicts two ``allowing to die'' situations, and goes on to urge everyone to consider and to prepare living wills and to name surrogates to make health care decision. A small seven page booklet accompanies this ...
Entering a Clinical Trial: Is It Right for You?
This program introduces the purpose of clinical trials and describes the way in which trials are carried out. In this program the focus is on cancer clinical trials but the information provided describes the conduct of ...