Medical Technology Assessment and Ethics: Ambivalent Relations
ten Have, Henk A.M.J.
Hastings Center Report. 1995 Sep-Oct; 25(5): 13-19.
The current model of technology assessment treats ethics itself as just another problem-solving technology. Ethics should resist this model to play a more critical role in technology assessment by better understanding the complex relationship between society, medicine, and technology -- and by recasting how problems are defined.
Biomedical Research; Biomedical Technologies; Conflict of Interest; Costs and Benefits; Dehumanization; Ethical Analysis; Ethics; Goals; Medicine; Morality; Patient Advocacy; Physicians; Public Policy; Research; Risks and Benefits; Social Control; Social Impact; Technology; Technology Assessment; Time Factors; Values;
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