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In vitro fertilisation in the 1990s : Towards a medical, social and ethical evaluation
    HILDT Elisabeth ; MIETH Dietmar
    Ashgate , 1998, 370 p.
    Cote : 14.4/HIL/1998

    Part One : Introduction
    EDWARDS Robert/ Introduction and development of IVF and its ethical regulation
    KOCH Lene/ Two decades of IVF : A critical appraisal
    TONGEREN Paul van/ Interdisciplinarity and the specific responsibility of ethics towards science and technology
    MIETH Dietmar/ Different ethical perspectives in IVF discussion
    Part Two : Infertility
    TAYLOR Phil and Kathie/ A personal account of infertility
    TINNEBERG Hans-Rudolf/ GOHRING Ulrich/ Different kinds of infertility, possible reasons for infertility
    COOKE Ian/ Accepting infertility
    SUTTON Agneta/ Social aspects of infertility
    SCHMIDT Lone/ Psychosocial aspects of infertility and treatment
    LESCH Walter/ Is the desire for a child too strong ? or Is there a right to a child of one's own ?
    TONGEREN Paul van/ To an ethics of desire
    Part Three : Indications for in vitro fertilisation
    TINNEBERG Hans-Rudolf/ Infertility treatment without consideration of differenciated indications
    MESCHEDE Dieter/ HORST Jürgen/ Infertility propagated to the next generation by in vitro fertilisation
    WIESING Urban/ What shall we do with the unexplained infertility ?
    CAMPANA Aldo/ WALKER Dilys/ Alternative, non-IVF therapies
    STUHLINGER Monika/ Ethical considerations concerning alternatives to IVF therapies
    Part Four : Counselling in the process of decision-making
    YAZDANI Farhan/ Ethical decision-making for in vitro fertilisation in a multicultural setting
    HAKER Hille/ The process of ethical decision-making
    COOKE Ian/ Counselling practice
    REITER-THEIL Stella/ Ethical neutrality in counselling ? The challenge of infertility
    LESCH Walter/ The illusion of neutrality in counselling practice
    MAU Ulrike/ Genetic counselling
    Part Five : IVF-treatment : Chances and risks
    LIEBERMAN Brian/ Success of in vitro fertilisation
    WIESING Urban/ Success rates in IVF
    BONDOLFI Alberto/ IVF, its success rates and their ethical significance
    LIEBERMAN Brian/ Multiple pregnancy
    WERT Guido de/ Multifetal pregnancies : reduction or prevention ?
    MAU Ulrike/ Multifetal pregnancies : Considerations in couples with a genetic problem
    MAIER Barbara/ The effects of IVF on the women involved
    HILDT Elisabeth/ In vitro fertilisation and freedom of action
    VIRT Günter/ Freedom through science ?
    Part Six : Human embryos in IVF
    COOKE Ian/ Human embryos in medical practice
    ENGELS Eve-Marie/ Are there inconsistencies in our ethical understanding of the human embryo ?
    MCLAREN Anne/ Supernumerary embryos : some social issues
    KAMINSKY Carmen/ Social issues surrounding supernumerary embryos
    MADDEN Deirdre/ The status of human embryos in Irish medical practice
    ENGLERT Yvon/ The fate of supernumerary embryos : what do patients think about it ?
    GRAUMANN Sigrid/ Putting IVF-clients'views on the fate of their embryos into context
    Part Seven : The status of human embryos
    STEIGLEDER Klaus/ The moral status of potential persons
    BEYLEVELD Deryck/ The moral and legal status of the human embryo
    KOCH Hans-Georg/ The legal status of the human embryo
    MACKELLAR Calum/ Legal regulations in Europe
    SCHROTEN Egbert/ A distinct category ? About the moral status of human surplus embryos
    LEASTON Lorna/ Research on human embryos
    Part Eight : Connecting lines between IVF and preimplantation diagnosis and gene therapy
    MULLER Hansjakob/ Connecting lines from a medical point of view
    MESCHEDE Dieter/ HORST Jürgen/ The possible impact of preimplantation diagnosis for infertile couples
    MULLER Stefan/ Legal regulations of IVF and preimplantation diagnosis in Germany
    SCHOTSMANS Paul/ Connecting lines from an ethical point of view
    LIENING Paulus/ How "tailor-made" do we want our offsprings to be ?
    Part Nine : A fundamental approach : Technicalisation of reproduction
    LIEBERMAN Brian/ Limits of reproductive technologies
    BIRNBACHER Dieter/ Do modern reproductive technologies violate human dignity ?
    BEYLEVELD Deryck/ Some observations on human dignity and human rights
    LESCH Walter/ The "essentials" of human dignity
    SCHROTEN Egbert/ Moral boundaries of reproductive technology. Some preliminary remarks
    MAIER Barbara/ Nature and Technics. Approaching the underlying concepts in IVF
    ZWART Hub/ Can nature serve as a criterium for the use of reproductive technologies ?

The allocation of health care resources : An ethical evaluation of the "QALY" approach

Using the bodies of the dead : Legal, ethical and organisational dimensions of organ transplantation

Ethical issues in mental illness

European neonatal research : Consent, ethics committees and law
    MASON Su ; MEGONE Chris
    Ashgate , 2001, 272 p.
    Cote : 18.5.2/MAS/2001

    Book presenting the results of the European Union funded EURICON project in biomedical ethics. Involving experts in 11 countries, this project was motivated by European neonatal clinicians' concerns about the problem of obtaining informed consent in neonatal research. It addressed the difficulties of obtaining consent from subjects involved in such research, and investigated the relevance and appropriateness of obtaining consent from parents. The project also examined the work of Research Ethics Committees in Europe.

Historical and philosophical perspectives on biomedical ethics : From paternalism to autonomy ?
    MAEHLE Andreas-Holger ; GEYER-KORDESCH Johanna
    Ashgate , 2002, 159 p.
    Cote : 3.1/MAE/2002

    MORRICE Andrew/ 1. "Honour and interests" : medical ethics and the British Medical Association
    MAEHLE Andreas-Holger/ 2. The emergence of medical professional ethics in Germany
    SAUERTEIG Lutz/ 3. Health costs and the ethics of the German sickness insurance system
    PRULL Cay-Rüdiger et al./ 4. Problems of consent to surgical procedures and autopsies in twentieth century Germany
    TROHLER Ulrich/ 5. Human research : from ethocs to law, from national to international regulations
    JENNETT Bryan/ 6. Ethical aspects of life-saving and life-sustaining technologies
    LOWE Susan/ 7. Autonomous agency and consent in the treatment of the terminally ill
    COOPER David/ 8. The "Frankensteinian" nature of biotechnology

The epistemological significance of the interrogative

Research ethics committees, data protection and medical research in European countries
    BEYLEVELD Deryck ; TOWNEND David ; WRIGHT Jessica
    Ashgate , 2005, 315 p.
    Cote : 20.4/BEY/2005

    The data protection and medical research in Europe : PRIVIREAL series represents the results of this EC-funded project examining the implementation of Directive 95/46/EC on data protection in relation to medical research and the role of ethics comittees in European countries. The series consists of five separate volumes following the complete development of the PRIVIREAL project.
    This volume relates to the second stage of this project and is concerned with the setting up and role of research ethics committees. It assesses their legal responsibilities, especially with regard to data protection matters and contains reports from more than 20 European countries on these issues.
    Focusing on the theoretical role and practical operation of research ethics committees and the impact of relevant international and national instruments, this volume will be an essential resource for all those concerned with data protection issues in medical research.

Organizational ethics : research and ethical environments
    MCDANIEL Charlotte
    Ashgate , 2004, 198 p.
    Cote : 1.3.1/MCD/2004

    Part I. Theoretical issues in organizational ethics
    1. Measuring ethics : conceptual and methodological challenges
    2. Instilling ethics in employees
    3. Ethics and compliance : distinguishing features
    4. What employees desire
    Part II. Applying organizational ethics
    5. Assessing for ethical environments
    6. Developing the ethical environment
    7. Sustaining organizational ethics
    8. Leaders as ethics advocates

Capabilities and social justice : The political philosophy of Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum
    Ashgate , 2009, 187 p.
    Cote : 0.4/ALE/2009

    Part I. The capability approach in perspective
    1. Sen's critique of utilitarianism
    2. Rethinking Rawlsian justice
    3. Towards a capability theory of justice
    Part II. Capabilities, morality and politics
    4. The theory of broad consequentialism
    5. The question of individual responsibility
    6. Aristotle and Nussbaum's hybrid theory of capabilities
    7. Which freedom ? What sort of public reasoning ?

The philosophy of public health
    DAWSON Angus
    Ashgate , 2009, 194 p.
    Cote : 7.1/DAW/2009

    DAWSON Angus/ 1. Introduction : the philosophy of public health
    MARTIN Robyn/ 2.The role of law in public health
    KING Katherine/ 3. Luck, risk and prevention
    ILLINGWORTH Patricia/ 4. The duty to promote social capital
    ARAH Onyebuchi/ 5. On the evaluative space for measuring public health performance
    HOLM Soren/ 6. Global concerns and local arguments : how a localized bioethics may perpetuate injustice
    BROCK Gillian/ 7. Health in developing countries and our global responsibilities
    BODDINGTON Paula/ 8. Shared responsibility agreements : causes of contention
    GRILL Kalle/ 9. Antipaternalism and public health policy : the case of product safety legislation
    NIJSINGH Niels/ 10. Newborn screening and choosing whether to know
    HALE Benjamin et al./ 11. Choosing to sleep
    WOMACK Catherine/ 12. Categories of constraint and avenues of freedom : proposing collective agency for addressing problems of obesity
    VERWEIJ Marcel/ 13. Equipoise in public health research
    FRANCIS Leslie et al./ 14. Closing the book on infectious disease : the mischievous consequences for bioethics and for public health
    PAUL Charlotte/ 15. The common good argument and HIV prevention
    WILKINSON T.M./ 16. Contagious disease and rights

Ethics and planning research
    LO PICCOLO Francesco ; THOMAS Huw
    Ashgate , 2009, 266 p.
    Cote : 33.7/LOP/2009

    LO PICCOLO Francesco et al./ 1. Introduction
    Part I. Ethical frameworks
    TAYLOR Nigel/ 2. Consequentialism and the ethics of planning research
    THOMAS Huw/ 3. Virtue ethics and research ethics
    VERMA Niraj/ 4. Pragmatic ethics and sustainable development
    Part II. Institutional contexts and constraints
    GOONEWARDENA Kanishka/ 5. Planning research, ethical conduct and radical politics
    IMRIE Rob/ 6. The knowledge business in academic planning research
    MELLO Daniela/ 7. Ethical issues in PhD research training
    BRINKMAN P. Anthony/ 8. The responsibility to ask questions : the case of bias in travel demand forecasting
    SCHILLECI Filippo/ 9. Environmental planning research : ethical perspectives in institutional and value-driven approaches
    HEALY Adrian/ 10. Ethics and consultancy
    HEALY Patsy/ 11. Researching planning practice
    Part III. Ethics in the practice of planning research
    FORESTER John et al./ 12. Toward a naturalistic research ethic : or how mediators must act well to learn, if they are to practice effectively
    LIETO Laura/ 13. Knowledge, power and ethics in extraordinary times : learning from the Naples waste crisis
    ATTILI Giovanni/ 14. Ethical awareness in advocacy planning research
    PORTER Libby/ 15. On having imperial eyes
    LO PICCOLO Francesco / 16. Multiple roles in multiple dramas : ethical challenges in undertaking participatory planning research
    LO PICCOLO Francesco et al./ 17. Conclusions

Research ethics
    PIMPLE Kenneth
    Ashgate , 2008, 528 p.
    Cote : 18.7/PIM/2008

    I. Foundations
    II. Integrity and misconduct
    III. Biomedical research
    IV. Contexts of science
    V. Social research
    VI. Social responsibility
    VII. Authorship and data
    VIII. Animals in research
    IX. Financial conflicts of interest

    OAKLEY Justin
    Ashgate , 2009, 559 p.
    Cote : 2.1/OAK/2009

    I. Ethics in clinical practice
    II. Issues at the outset of life
    III. Reproductive ethics
    IV. End-of-life issues
    V. Professional integrity and the goals of medicine
    VI. Research ethics
    VII. Ethics and the pharmaceutical industry
    VIII. Bioethics and public policy

Disclosure dilemmas : Ethics of genetic prognosis after the "right to know / not to know" debate


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