Access to High-Tech Health Care: Ethics
Merrill, John M.
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The Technological Tether: An Introduction to Ethical and Social Issues in High-Tech Home Care Executive Summary of Project Conclusions Arras, John D. (1994-09)This supplement presents abridged versions of five major papers [A.F. Kohrman; N. Noddings; W. Ruddick; P.S. Arno, K.A. Bonuck, and R. Padgug; J.D. Arras and N.N. Dubler] from our forthcoming book, edited by John Arras, entitled
Arras, John D.; Dubler, Nancy Neveloff (1994-09)...As we have seen, many uses of high-tech home care are viewed by willing individuals and families as unalloyed benefits, as cherished opportunities to be with loved ones at home rather than in a hospital, or to resume a ...