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Informed consent : Legal theory and clinical pratice
    APPELBAUM Paul S. ; LIDZ Charles W. ; MEISEL Alan
    Oxford University Press , 1987, 286 p.
    Cote : RL E 487

    Traite du problème du consentement éclairé aux Etats-Unis dans toutes ses implications pratiques, philosophiques et légales. Souvent considéré comme droit fondamental du patient, le consentement éclairé est souvent employé comme outil de protection par le praticien.

Ethics in nursing
    BENJAMIN Martin ; CURTIS Joy
    Oxford University Press , 1986, 206 p.
    Cote : RL E 1108

    Deuxième édition. Contient: International Council of Nurses : Code for Nurses, 1973 : American Nurses Association Code for Nurses : American Hospital Associations : A Patient's bill of right.

The foundations of bioethics
    ENGELHARDT H. Tristram, Jr
    Oxford University Press , 1986, 398 p.
    Cote : RL E 333

    After tracing the emergence of secular bioethics, the author examines its philosophical underpinnings and provides a perceptive definition of "person", a crucial concept in bioethics which ultimately bears on questions such as when a fetus should be treated as other "humans" and whether or not a brain-dead patient is still "alive". Engelhardt analyses patient's rights, including the right to free and informed consent, to refuse treatment, and to the benefits of health care.

The end of life : euthanasia and morality
    RACHELS James
    Oxford University Press , 1986, 204 p.
    Cote : RL E 944

    James Rachels examines the ideas and assumptions behind the rule against killing. He argues against the traditional view that the killing of the innocent is always wrong, and presents an alternative view based on the belief that there is a profound difference between having a life and merely being alive.

The wellborn science : eugenics in Germany, France, Brazil and Russia
    ADAMS Mark B.
    Oxford University Press , 1990, 242 p.
    Cote : RL E 745

    ADAMS Mark B./Eugenics in the history of science
    FAITH WEISS Sheila/The Race Hygiene Movement in Germany, 1904-1945
    SCHNEIDER William H./The eugenics movement in France, 1890-1940
    LEYS STEPAN Nancy/Eugenics in Brazil, 1917-1940
    ADAMS Marsk B./Eugenics in Russia, 1900-1940
    ADAMS Mark B./Towards a comparative history of eugenics

The nature of suffering and the goals of medicine
    CASSELL Eric J.
    Oxford University Press , 1991, 254 p.
    Cote : RL E 440

    A change is taking place in medicine from a basic concern with disease to a greater focus on the sick person. Cassell centers his discussion on the problem of suffering because, he says, its recognition and relief are a test of the adequacy of any system in medicine. He describes what suffering is and its relationship to the sick person: bodies do not suffer, people do. An exclusive concern with scientific knowledge of the body and disease, therefore, impedes an understanding of suffering and diminishes the care of the suffering patient.

What does the Lord require? How American Christians think about economic justice
    HART Stephen
    Oxford University Press , 1992, 253 p.
    Cote : RL E 309

    Hart paints a rich portrait of how everyday Christians actually connect their faith to such issues as economic equality, government intervention, and the rights of private enterprise. Drawing on lengthy interviews, he makes a comprehensive analysis of forty-seven diverse Christians -Roman Catholics, Pentecostals, mainline protestants, Jehovah's Witnesses, and others- who range from manual laborers to corporate executives, from conservative to socialists.

Creation and abortion : a study in moral and legal philosophy
    KAMM F.M.
    Oxford University Press , 1992, 227 p.
    Cote : RL E 666

    Most philosophical discussion of abortion assumes that if a fetus has the moral standing of a person, it has a right to life. Based on a non-consequentialist ethical theory, this book critically examines this widespread view. Kamm begins by considering in detail the permissibility of killing in non-abortion cases which are similar to abortion cases. Then, emerging from a broader theory of creating new people responsibly, the question of the permissibility of abortion in many types of pregnancies is considered, including ones resulting from rape, voluntary pregnancy, and pregnancy resulting from a voluntary sex act, even if the fetus is considered a person. Turning to related issues, Kamm explores the implications of this argument for informed consent to abortion; responsibilities in pregnancy that is not aborted; and the significance of extra-uterine gestation devices for the permissibility of abortion.

The making of moral theology : a study of the Roman Catholic Tradition (The Martin d'Arcy Memorial Lectures 1981-2)

Doctors'Dilemmas : Moral Conflict and Medical Care

Principles of Biomedical Ethics

Gene Mapping : Using Law and Ethics as Guides
    ANNAS George ; ELIAS Sherman
    Oxford University Press , 1992, 291 p.
    Cote : RL E 736

    I. The Human Genome Project
    ANNAS George/ ELIAS Sherman/ 1. The major social policy issues raised by the Human Genome Project
    MCKUSICK Victor/ 2. The Human Genome Project : Plans, status, and applications in biology and medicine
    II. Social policy implications
    SWAZEY Judith/ 3. Those who forget their history : Lessons from the recent past for the Human Genome quest
    PROCTOR Robert/ 4. Genomics and eugenics : How fair is the comparison ?
    KING Patricia/ 5. The past as prologue : Race, class, and gene discrimination
    III. The Human Genome Project and the human condition
    SHUSTER Evelyne/ 6. Determinism and reductionism : A greater threat because of the Human Genome Project ?
    CAPLAN Arthur/ 7. If gene therapy is the cure, what is the disease ?
    ELIAS Sherman/ ANNAS George/ 8. Somatic and germline gene therapy
    IV. How changes in genetics change clinical practice
    MACKLIN Ruth/ 9. Privacy and control of genetic information
    WHITE Ray/ CASKEY Thomas/ 10. Genetic predisposition and the Human Genome Project : Case illustrations of clinical problems
    ELIAS Sherman/ ANNAS George/ LEIGH SIMPSON Joe/ 11. Carrier screening for cystic fibrosis : A case study in setting standards of medical practice
    SORENSON James/ 12. What we still don't know about genetic screening and counseling
    V. Legal and ethical frontiers
    ROBERTSON John/ 13. The potential impact of the Human Genome Project on procreative liberty
    EISENBERG Rebecca/ 14. Patent rights in the Human Genome Project
    MURRAY Thomas/ 15. Speaking unsmooth things about the Human Genome Project
    WALTERS LeRoy/ 16. A National Advisory Committee on Genetic Testing and screening
    VI. Conclusion
    ANNAS George/ ELIAS Sherman/ 17. Social policy research priorities for the Human Genome Project

Applied ethics

The reproduction revolution : new ways of making babies
    SINGER Peter ; WELLS Deane
    Oxford University Press , 1984, 273 p.
    Cote : RL E 681

    Since 1978, the kind of ideas once encountered only in science fiction have become realities. We are now in a position to make complex decisions that could well determine not just how our grandchildren come into existence, but who they are - their genetic identity. This is the first thorough study of the new techniques and the ethical questions they raise : IVF, embryo freezing, surrogate motherhood, ectogenesis as well as cloning, sex selection, and genetic engineering. What are the risks ? Should everyone be allowed to use the new methods ? Is the new technology to be welcomed as a way of overcoming infertility, or feared as a dangerous step into the unknown ?

A philosophical basis of medical practice : toward a philosophy and ethics of the healing professions

Should the baby live ? : the problem of handicapped infants
    KUHSE Helga ; SINGER Peter
    Oxford University Press , 1985, 228 p.
    Cote : RL E 1091

    Ce livre est à la fois une étude pratique et philosophique du problème posé par les nouveaux-nés atteints de graves handicaps (Syndrome de Down). Une comparaison est établie entre les pratiques de différentes races et nations face à ce problème. Les auteurs tentent d'apporter des propositions concrètes pour aider à une prise de décision dans ce domaine.

Selective nontreatment of handicapped newborns : moral dilemmas in neonatal medicine
    WEIR Robert F.
    Oxford University Press , 1984, 292 p.
    Cote : RL E 1092

    Ce livre pose le problème des nouveaux-nés présentant des malformations congénitales ou autres : faut-il ou non s'acharner à les sauver ? Weir tente de répondre à cette question en fournissant des critères éthiques et cliniques susceptibles d'aider ceux qui sont confrontés à ces choix.
    Contient un index alphabétique

A History and Theory of Informed Consent
    FADEN Ruth R. ; BEAUCHAMP Tom ; KING Nancy M.P.
    Oxford University Press , 1986, 392 p.
    Cote : RL E 497

    The authors provide an analytical framework for reasoning about informed consent, clarify the ambiguities surrounding the rights of patients and subjects, and enable physicians and research investigators to place ethical decisions on a principled basis.

The Foundations of Justice : Why the Retarded and the Rest of Us Have Claims to Equality

Law and Morals : Warnock, Gillick and Beyond

Men and Women : How Different are They ?

Principles of Biomedical Ethics (third edition)

Oxford Textbook of Palliative Medicine

Caring for a dying relative : A guide for families

The virtues in medical practice

The quality of life

Rethinking Life and Death : The Collapse of Our Traditional Ethics
    SINGER Peter
    Oxford University Press , 1995, 256 p.
    Cote : 2.1/SIN/1995

    Our traditional ways of thinking about life and death are collapsing. In a world of respirators and embryos stored for years in liquid nitrogen, it is no longer possible to take the sanctity of human life as the cornerstone of our ethical outlook. In this controversial new book, the author argues that we cannot deal with the crucial issues of death, abortion, euthanasia, and the rights of non-human animals, unless we sweep away the old ethic and build something new in place.

Deciding together : Bioethics and moral consensus

Standard of Care : The Law of American Bioethics

Ethics and Perinatology

The least worst death : Essays in bioethics on the end of life
    PABST BATTIN Margaret
    Oxford University Press , 1994, 305 p.
    Cote : 22.6.3/PAB/1994

    This book offers insight into the controversial and often difficult topics of withdrawing and withholding care, euthanasia, and suicide. An extensive introduction identifies the principal ethical issues, and the book explores such dilemmas as rationing health care for the elderly, whether there is a "duty to die", counseling in rational suicide, the risks of abuse with active euthanasia, religious views about suicide, whether suicide can be understood as a fundamental human right, and others. It also examines the different practices of Holland and Germany in ending life.

Ethics and Epidemiology
    Oxford University Press , 1996, 312 p.
    Cote : 1.3.5/COU/1996

    Written by epidemiologists, ethicists, and legal scholars, this book provides an in-depth account of the moral problems that often confront epidemiologists, including both theoretical and practical problems while leading issues are examined in later chapters. The topics covered include informed consent, privacy and confidentiality protection, the balancing of risks and benefits, ethical issues in the study of vulnerable populations, the institutional review board system, and professional education.

Children as research subjects : Science, ethics, and law
    GRODIN Michael ; GLANTZ Leonard
    Oxford University Press , 1994, 258 p.
    Cote : 18.5.2/GRO/1994

    LEDERER Susan/GRODIN Michael/Historical overview: pediatric experimentation
    KAUFFMAN Ralph/Scientific issues in biomedical research with children
    KOOCHER Gerald/KEITH-SPIEGEL Patricia/Scientific issues in psychosocial and educational research with children
    BROCK Dan/Ethical issues in exposing children to risks in research
    GLANTZ Leonard/The law of human experimentation with children
    WEITHORN Lois/SCHERER David/Children's involvement in research participation decisions: psychological considerations
    WENDER Esther/Assessment of risk to children
    COOKE Robert/Vulnerable children
    A. Points to consider in proposing or reviewing research involving children
    B. The Nuremberg Code
    C. World Medical Association Declaration of Helsinki IV
    D. Federal regulations pertaining to the protection of human subjects

Doing right : A practical guide to ethics for physicians and medical trainees
    HEBERT Philip C.
    Oxford University Press , 1996, 220 p.
    Cote : 3.4/HEB/1996

    Traditionally, the knowledge needed by physicians has consisted largely of medical science. But in recent years ethical questions have been looming ever larger in everyday clinical practice. This book is a practical guide to decision making in those situations. Using dozens of real cases, it analyses the most common ethical problems encountered by physicians and medical trainees.
    The many topics covered include truthtelling, refusal of treatment, confidentiality, rationing of health care, parents' refusal of treatment for their children, living wills, the ethics of medical research, and assisted suicide.
    Written simply and concisely with little philosophical or legal jargon, this book will be welcome as a practical and readable textbook.

Benchmarks of fairness for health care reform

In pursuit of the quality of life

Virtue ethics

Seeking fair treatment : from the AIDS epidemic to National Health Care Reform

Palliative care ethics : A good companion

The ethics of human gene therapy

Ethical theory
    RACHELS James
    Oxford University Press , 1998, 578 p.
    Cote : 0.3/RAC/1998

    RACHELS James/Introduction
    Part I: The question of objectivity
    RUSSELL Bertrand/ I. Science and ethics
    MOORE G.E./ II. The conception of intrinsic value
    STEVENSON Charles/ III. The nature of ethical disagreement
    HARE R.M./ IV. A moral argument
    MACKIE J.L./ V. The subjectivity of values
    HARMAN Gilbert/ VI. Ethics and observation
    GAUTHIER David/ VII. Why contractarianism ?
    NAGEL Thomas/ VIII. Value
    WIGGINS David/ IX. Truth, invention, and the meaning of life
    WILLIAMS Bernard/ X. Ethics and the fabric of the world
    STURGEON Nicholas/ XI. Moral explanations
    MCDOWELL John/XII. Values and secondary qualities
    DANCY Jonathan/ XIII. Two conceptions of moral realism
    Part II: Theories about how we should live
    ROSS W.D./ XIV. What makes right acts right ?
    SMART J.J.C./ XV. Extreme and restricted utilitarianism
    ADAMS Robert/ XVI. Motive utilitarianism
    CARGILE James/ XVII. On consequentialism
    RAWLS John/ XVIII. Justice as fairness
    SCANLON T.M./ XIX. Contractualism and utilitarianism
    MACKIE J.L./ XX. Can there be a right-based moral theory ?
    PARFIT Derek/ XXI. Later selves and moral principles
    WILLIAMS Bernard/ XXII. Persons, character, and morality
    PINCOFFS Edmund/ XXIII. Quandary ethics
    VELAZCO Y TRIANOSKY Gregory/ XXIV. Supererogation, wrongdoing and vice : on the autonomy of the ethics of virtue
    RAILTON Peter/ XXV. Alienation, consequentialism, and the demands of morality
    O'NEILL Onora/ XXVI. Consistency in action
    KORSGAARD Christine/ XXVII. The right to lie : Kant on dealing with evil
    NAGEL Thomas/ XXVIII. The fragmentation of value

Morality, mortality. Vol. II : Rights, duties and status

The ethics of biomedical research : An international perspective
    BRODY Baruch A.
    Oxford University Press , 1998, 386 p.
    Cote : 18.7/BRO/1998

    Appendix 1. International research ethics policies
    1. The Nuremberg Code (1947)
    2. World Medical Association/ Declaration of Helsinki (1964, 1975, 1983, 1989, 1996)
    3. WMA/ Statement on fetal tissue transplantation
    4. WMA/ Declaration on the Human Genome Project
    5. International conference on harmonization of technical requirements for registration of pharmaceuticals for human use, guidelines for good clinical practice (1996)
    6. CIOMS/ International guidelines principles for biomedical research involving animals (1984)
    7. CIOMS/ International guidelines for ethical review of epidemiological studies (1991)
    8. CIOMS/ International ethical guidelines for biomedical research involving human subjects (1993)
    Appendix 2. European transnational research ethics policies
    1. Council of the European Communities/ Directive on the protection of animals used for experimental and other scientific purposes (1986)
    2. Council of Europe/ Recommendation concerning medical research on human beings (1990)
    3. Council of Europe/ Convention for the protection of human rights and dignity of the human being with regard to the application of biology and medicine : Convention on human rights and biomedicine (1996)
    4. Council of Europe/ Scientific research and/or experimentation on human gametes, embryos and foetuses and donation of such human material (1989)
    5. Council of Europe/ Recommendation on genetic testing and screening for health care purposes (1992)
    6. European Medical Research Councils/ Gene therapy in man (1988)
    Appendix 3. U.S. research ethics policies
    1. Department of Health and Human Services/ Regulations for the protection of human research subjects (45 CFR 46)
    2. National Commission/ The Belmont Report (1979)
    3. Public Health Services/ U.S. Government principles for the utilization and care of vertebrate animals used in testing, research and training (1986)
    4. FDA (21 CFR 314.126)/ Adequate and well-controlled studies (1985)
    5. FDA, Subpart H/ Accelerated approval of new drugs for serious or life-threatening illnesses (1992)
    6. FDA/ Guideline for the study and evaluation of gender differences in the clinical evaluation of drugs (1993)
    7. FDA (21 CFR 50.25)/ Exception from informed consent requirements for emergency research (1996)
    8. NIH/ Research involving impaired human subjects : Clinical center policy for the consent process (1986)
    9. NIH/ Report of the Human Embryo Research Panel (1994)
    10. National Center for Human Genome Research/ Policy on availability and patenting of human genomic DNA sequence produced by NCHGR pilot projects (1996)
    11. NIH Reauthorization Act (1993) : Sections on clinical research equity and on research on transplantation of fetal tissue
    Appendix 4. Research ethics policies from other countries
    1. British Royal College of Physicians/ Research involving patients - Summary of recommendations (1990)
    2. British Medical Research Council/ The ethical conduct of research on children (1991)
    3. British Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act (1986)
    4. British Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act (1990)
    5. British guidance on the research use of fetuses and fetal material (1989) Conclusion : Summary of principles
    6. British Committee on the Ethics of Gene Therapy/ Summary of main conclusions and recommendations on the ethics of gene therapy (1989)
    7. German Embryo Protection Law (1990)
    8. French Law on the protection of persons to whom medical experiments are performed (1988-91)
    9. Canadian Council on Animal Care/ Ethics of animal investigation (1989)
    10. Canadian Council on Animal Care/ Categories of invasiveness in animal experiments (1991)
    11. Canadian Federal Center for AIDS/ Guidelines on ethical and legal considerations in anonymous unlinked HIV seroprevalence research (1990)
    12. Australian National Health and Medical Research Council/ Statement on human experimentation and supplementary notes (1992)
    13. Health Sciences Council of Japan/ Guidelines for gene therapy clinical research (1993)

Bioethics : A return to fundamentals

The future of human reproduction : Ethics, choice and regulation
    HARRIS John ; HOLM Soren
    Oxford University Press , 1998, 254 p.
    Cote : 14.1.1/HAR/1998

    HARRIS John/ 1. Rights and reproductive choice
    MORI Maurizio/ 2. On the concept of pre-embryo : The basis for a new "Copernician revolution" in the current view about human reproduction
    GLOVER Jonathan/ 3. Eugenics : Some lessons from the nazi experience
    BRAZIER Margaret/ 4. Reproductive rights : Feminism or patriarchy ?
    FOX Marie/ 5. A woman's right to choose ? A feminist critique
    BATEMAN NOVAES Simone/ SALEM Tania/ 6. Embedding the embryo
    BURLEY Justine/ 7. The price of eggs : Who should bear the costs of fertility treatments ?
    STEINBOCK Bonnie/ 8. Sperm as property
    ERIN Charles/ 9. Some comments on the ethics of consent to the use of ovarian tissue from aborted fetuses and dead women
    HOLM Soren/ 10. Ethical issues in pre-implantation diagnosis
    SEROUR Gamal/ 11. Reproductive choice : A Muslim perspective
    FISHER Fleur/ SOMMERVILLE Ann/ 12. To everything there is a season ? Are there medical grounds for refusing fertility treatment to older women ?
    WERT Guido de/ 13. The post-menopause : Playground for reproductive technology ? Some ethical reflections
    BEAUFORT Inez de/ 14. Letter from a post-menopausal mother

Human genetics : Choice and responsibility

The birth of bioethics

Oxford Textbook of Palliative Medicine (Second Edition)

Moral Knowledge and Ethical Character

Spare Parts. Organ Replacement in American Society

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