Organizational Ethics Programs and the Law
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 2000 Spring; 9(2): 218-229.
Clinical Ethics; Clinical Ethics Committees; Conscience; Decision Making; Ethics; Ethics Committees; Geographic Factors; Government; Government Regulation; Guideline Adherence; Health; Hospitals; Institutional Ethics; Institutional Policies; Law; Legal Aspects; Organizational Ethics; Paternalism; Patient Transfer; Refusal to Treat; Regulation;
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Bioethics and Law: Bridging the Divide. Review of Law and Bioethics: An Introduction, by Jerry Menikoff; Principles of Biomedical Ethics, by Tom L. Beauchamp and James F. Childress; Medical Ethics: Analysis of the Issues Raised by the Codes, Opinions, and Statements, by Baruch A. Brody, Mark A. Rothstein, Laurence B. McCullough, and Mary Anne Bobinski Spielman, Bethany J. (2002-03)
Spielman, Bethany (1993)Because law frequently finds its way into ethics discussions, it is important to examine just how it might be used. Several uses are common: to enrich ethical reasoning, to indicate what the prima facie moral requirements are, ...