McCarrick, Pat Milmoe
Visual aids to stimulate discussion and enhance lectures have long been a popular supplement for education. Classic medical ethics films made in the early 1970’s survive as strong teaching tools used by ethicists, medical and nursing educators, hospital personnel or ethics committees to illustrate and make vivid such topics as decision making for handicapped newborns or the rights of patients to refuse treatment.
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McCarrick, Pat Milmoe; Darragh, Martina (Bioethics Research Library, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University, 1996-04)The literature of feminist bioethics has flourished in the last decade. Women’s health care, women’s role both as patient and health care professional, the many new reproductive technologies, the exclusion of women as ...