Ethics in a Bicultural Context -- a Report From New Zealand
Bioethics. 1995 Apr; 9(2): 149-154.
The distinctiveness of Bioethics in New Zealand stems in part from a renewal of emphasis on Maori rights, based on the Treaty of Waitangi, the foundation document of the New Zealand state. Increasingly, committees dealing with health research ethics and with the ethics of assisted reproductive technology have to incorporate Maori values and perspectives.
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Campbell, Alastair V. (1989-01)The author discusses the ethical issues raised by an experiment conducted by Dr. Herbert Green at National Women's Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, without the patients' knowledge or consent, over a period of 15-20 years. ...