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WHO guidance on organ transplants
Article de revue
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 70, pp. 10-11
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    Over the last four years, The World Health Organisation has developed, at the request of member states, guidelines on organ transplantation that were published recently.

Does voluntary licensing work? An interview with Dame Mary Donaldson
Article de revue
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 70, pp. 13-15
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    Interview of Dame Mary Donaldson, looking back on her six years as chairman of the Interim Licensing Authority (now replaced by the statutory authority HFEA, Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority).

Health law and ethics: an agenda for the 90s
Article de revue
    KENNEDY Ian
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 70, pp. 16-21
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    Keynote address to mark the setting-up of the UK Forum for Health Care Ethics and Law... Agenda for those working in bioethics: what sorts of teaching are needed in what conceptual framework.

Teaching medical ethics: healthy variety but are we learning from each other?
Article de revue
    HOPE Tony
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 70, pp. 22-23
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    Having visited a number of centres of medical ethics in Northern Europe and North America, the author found an admirable variety in the ways in which ethics is taught to medical students, at every level: the origin of the courses, the settings in which they take place, the approach to teaching, and the goals.

How to do ethical research on AIDS
Article de revue
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 71, pp. 8-11
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    A multidisciplinary American working party published its recommendations on the basic principles and policies that ought to guide HIV/AIDS clinical research. The recommendations are intended as a coherent whole, based firmly in the realities of clinical trials. This article is an extract lifting the consensus statements out of their context of discussion.

Institute advises on animal research
Article de revue
    SMITH Jane
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 71, pp.13-17 +23-4
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    Summary of the findings of the Institute of Medical Ethics's working party. + book review about animals.

Teaching ethics at Barts and The London
Article de revue
    DOYAL Len
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 71, pp. 19-22
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    As part of their new joint pre-clinical and clinical curriculum, St Bartholomew's and The London Hospital Medical Colleges have adopted a formally assessed teaching programme in medical ethics and law. It is the most extensive in the UK to date.

Genetic discrimination
Article de revue
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 72, pp. 8-9
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    Draft regulations produced by the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to implement the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). It is important to realise, however, that there is probably greater scope for employment discrimination on genetic grounds in most European countries than in the US. This American statement seems therefore to be a useful introduction to what will be a developing problem in Europe.

A checklist of questions to ask when evaluating proposed research during pregnancy and following birth
Article de revue

Europe : contributions made to the third East West Bioethics conference in Prague
Article de revue
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 72, pp. 13-24
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    KOVACS Jozsef/Terminating treatment in Hungary
    EVANS Don/Allocating death
    BOJAR Martin/Bioethics vital in transforming health
    MAXIMILIAN Constantin/Bioethics in Romania
    HADERKA Jiri/Czech doctors to be self-governing

Ethics and the Human Genome
Article de revue
    PICKERING Neil
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 72, pp. 25-33
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    Much concern has been raised about possible consequences of the Human genome Project, yet a niggling suspicion remains that it may not produce any new ethical issues. This review article examines the possibilities in the light of various recent reports. There follow reviews of books on ethics and genetics.

Decisions and the mentally disabled
Article de revue
    Scottish Law Commission
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 72, pp. 34-35
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    When any major decision -medical, financial or otherwise- must be made by or for a mentally incapacitated adult, problems are likely to arise. Neither English nor Scottish law provides a suitable framework. The Scottish Law Commission has now produced a discussion paper, and has distributed the present summary of it.

Patient's charter
Article de revue

Report of the working party on ethical aspects of AIDS vaccine trials: summary of conclusions and recommendations
Article de revue

Medical ethics interest grows in Turkey
Article de revue
    OGUZ Yasemin ; ARDA Berna
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 73, pp. 13-17
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    Turkey has many different cultural and religious forces at work, which may make medical ethics a much richer subject than is possible in countries with less diversity. This article records the present state of affairs.

Introducing ethics: some current positions
Article de revue
    O'NEILL Onora
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 73, pp. 18-21
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    Briefing paper produced for the Nuffield Council on Bioethics, outlining the main approaches to ethics currently used by philosophers: utilitarianism, right-based ethics, ethics of care (virtue ethics), ethics of duty.

Limiting Gillick
Article de revue
    DOUGLAS Gillian
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n/o 75, pp. 34-35
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    Has a recent Court of Appeal ruling limited the ability of children to consent to treatment as determined in the Gillick case?

Better safe than sorry
Article de revue
    FAULDER Carolyn
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n/o 75, pp. 29-33
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    What ethical problems of the proposed trial of tamoxifen in the prevention of breast cancer has the MRC been considering ?

Disclosure is possible under HFEA
Article de revue
    MORGAN Derek ; LEE Robert
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n/o 75, pp. 25-28
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    Are infertility specialists prohibited by the Human Fertilization ans Embryology Act 1990 from providing information about their patients to those who need to know ?

Polish philosopher-physicians
Article de revue

What's in a medical ethics library?
Article de revue

Teaching medical ethics in Germany
Article de revue

New law not needed for better RECs
Article de revue
    MONTGOMERY Jonathan
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n 78, pp.34-35
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    It is becoming increasingly apparent that research ethics committees need more than exhortation if their performance is to improve. But will such assistance need new legislation to be effective ?

Towards a bioethics in the new Russia
Article de revue

Recruiting research subjects by radio
Article de revue

Prevention, health promotion and social inequalities
Article de revue
    HUNT Sonja
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n 78, pp.25-27
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    Health promotion and illness prevention programmes fail to acknowledge that social inequalities are at the root of much ill-health.

Ethical issues in Czech renal failure
Article de revue
    HONZAK Radkin
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n 78, pp.21-22
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    This paper examines the provision of care for those with renal failure in Czechoslovakia, and concludes that a specific law on transplantation is needed.

Treating defective neonates in Hungary
Article de revue
    SCHULTZ Karoly
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n 78, pp.20-21
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    How to decide which very small or handicapped newborn babies to treat is as much a problem in the former communist countries as in the West. Hungarian attitudes to the problem are discussed here.

A curious Polish code of ethics
Article de revue

Romanian psychiatry in turmoil
Article de revue

Swiss decide on assisted procreation
Article de revue

Ethics, genetic and being human
Article de revue
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n 77, pp.20-22
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    Report of a US meeting on genetics, religion and ethics (Houston, Texas, 13-15 March 1992).

Ethics, genetics and science policy
Article de revue
    TRANOY Knut Erik
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n 77, pp.13-20
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    Is there a need for a new ethics or new guidelines to meet the possibilities now developing in the field of ethics. The author focuses on three well defined issues : 1) the ethics of predictive testing ; 2) the use of genetic technology to modify genetic human organisms ; 3) science policy aspects of contemporary biomedical science.

Handling hunger strikes
Article de revue

Myth and the physician's oath
Article de revue
    ORS Yaman
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n 76, pp.19-23
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    One myth commonly accepted by the great British public is that all doctors swear an oath before starting to practise. In Britain there are no more than a couple of medical schools at which such a practice persists. It remains common elsewhere in Europe and in North America, however. Here a Turkish physician and philosopher questions the value of such oaths in modern medical practice.
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How informed is informed consent ?
Article de revue

Diagnosis of Brain Stem Death in Infants and Children (BPA, 1991)
Article de revue

The Ethical Conduct of Research on the Mentally Incapacitated (MRC, 1991)
Article de revue

The Ethical Conduct of Research on Children (MRC, 1991)
Article de revue

QALYs and the mentally handicapped
Article de revue
    CRISP Roger
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 67, pp. 13-16
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    If QALYs (Quality-Adjusted-Life-Year) are used widely as a way of determining where scarce medical resources should be employed, will they always discriminate unfairly against the mentally handicapped?

Draft guidance on fertility treatment
Article de revue

Abstract bioethics ignores human emotions
Article de revue
    ALDERSON Priscilla
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 68, pp. 13-21
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    Essay by a social scientist that examines the way in which bioethics has become an abstract pursuit, its practitioners preferring often to be in professional alliance with health care providers. An alternative, thinking-feeling approach that takes account of emotions and relationships is proposed.

Ethical research in psychology
Article de revue

Europe
Article de revue
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1991, n/o 69, pp.3-9, 13-31
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    Scandinavian views on the fetus (News)
    Danes report on fetal diagnosis (News)
    Free speech is not possible in Austria (News)
    WULFF Henrik/How theory of medicine is taught in Denmark
    KUJAWA Eva/DERCZYNSKI Wlodzimierz/Polish physicians and the end of life
    HASKOVCOVA Helena/Czech medical ethics lives again
    HADERKA Jiri/Ethics committees in Czechoslovakia
    BAILLIE Kate/ SZAWARSKI Zbigniew/Developing abortion rules in the USSR
    BLASSZAUER Robert/ROZSOS Elisabeth/Ethics teaching for Hungarian nurses
    European support for euthanasia? (Review)
    PFEFFER Naomi/Are British IVF consent forms adequate? (Review)

Euthanasia, attempted murder, or both ?
Article de revue

Canadian proposals on assisted fertility
Article de revue

Who may refuse treatment ?
Article de revue
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n/o 81, pp.18-19
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    Two reports of recent legal cases that examined whether doctors must accept a refusal of treatment that would be in the patient's best interests.

Human genes : good, bad and abnormal
Article de revue
    FEENAN Dermot
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n/o 81, pp.16-17
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    A lawyer makes a plea for less value-laden language in genetics and explains how the use of normal and abnormal as descriptions of genes produces damaging labelling.

Commentary on Canadian proposals
Article de revue

Religion and the new genetics
Article de revue
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1992, n/o 79, pp.8-11
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    Participants in the genetics conference reported in Bulletin 77 commented, both at the time and later, on drafts of a conference statement. The final statement is reproduced below as one of the few attempts so far to address the human genome project from religious viewpoints.
    (NB: texte paru également dans le Journal International de Bioéthique, 4 (1), mars 1993, pp. 19-21)

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