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    FIN DE VIE: ATTITUDE FACE A LA MORT: ABSTENTION THERAPEUTIQUE
    HOLDING BACK OF THERAPY
    WITHHOLDING TREATMENT

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L'euthanasie : approche médicale et juridique
! Ouvrage
    CERRUTI François-Régis
    Privat , 1987, 315 p.
    Cote : RL E 937

    Cet ouvrage explore l'euthanasie dans ses composantes médicale, juridique, mais aussi historique, pour éclairer d'un jour moins passionnel et partisan la dimension éthique de cette grave question. L'information qu'il propose alimente aussi bien les réflexions de médecins, de ceux qui font les lois, que celles du grand public.

La cessation de traitement : au carrefour du droit et de la médecine
! Ouvrage

Euthanasia, attempted murder, or both ?
! Article de revue

Developing guidelines for decisions to forgo life-prolonging medical treatment
! Article de revue
    STANLEY John M. ; Appleton International Conference
    Journal of Medical Ethics , 1992, vol.18, supplement, 22 p.
    Cote : REVUE EN STOCK

    This serie of guidelines is the result of the third working conference of the Appleton International Conference. The guidelines are divided into four parts : 1) Decisions involving patients who have decision-making capacity or patients who have executed an advance directive before losing this capacity ; 2) Decisions involving patients who have lost the capacity to make decisions and who have not executed an advance directive ; 3) Decisions involving neonates and other patients who have never achieved decision-making capacity ; 4) Decisions to forgo life-sustaining treatment under conditions of scarcity.

Principles of Biomedical Ethics
! Ouvrage

Human values in critical care medecine
! Ouvrage

Clinical ethics : a practical approach to ethical decisions in clinical medicine
! Ouvrage

Handbook on critical life issues
! Ouvrage

Should the baby live ? : the problem of handicapped infants
! Ouvrage
    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
! Ouvrage
    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.
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    Contient un index alphabétique

Mettre fin à un état végétatif chronique? (Editorial)
! Article de revue

Medical Responsability : Paternalism, Informed Consent, and Euthanasia
! Ouvrage
    ROBISON Wade L. ; PRITCHARD Michaël S.
    Humana Press , 1979, 224 p.
    Cote : RL E 505

    GERT Bernard/ CULVER Charles M./ The Justification of Paternalism, pp. 1-14
    CHILDRESS James F./ Paternalism and Health Care, pp. 15-27
    BAYLES Michaël D./ Catch-22 Paternalism and Mandatory Genetic Screening, pp. 29-42
    KATZNER Louis I./ The ethics of Human Experimentation : The Information condition, pp. 43-56
    COHEN Carl/ Medical Experimentation on Prisoners, pp. 57-74
    SHUMAN Samuel I./ Informed Consent and the "Victims" of Colonialism, pp. 75-99
    BROWNE Alister/ Morality and Medical Experimentation, pp. 101-112
    TOULMIN Stephen/ The Moral Admissibility or Inadmissibility of Nontherapeutic Fetal Experimentation, pp. 113-137
    ABRAMS Natalie/ Justice in Fetal Experimentation, pp. 140-151
    RACHELS James/Euthanasia, Killing, and Letting Die, pp. 153-168
    BENJAMIN Martin/Moral Agency and Negative Acts in Medicine, pp. 170-180
    BEAUCHAMP Tom L./A Reply to Rachels on Active and Passive Euthanasia, pp. 182-194
    MAYO David/ WIKLER Daniel I./ Euthanasia and the Transition From Life to Death, pp. 196-211

Moral Responsibility in Prolonging Life Decisions
! Ouvrage
    Pope John XXIII Medical-Moral Research and Education Center, St Louis
    Pope John XXIII Center , 1981, 316 p.
    Cote : RL E 935

    SENA Patrick J.
    ROACH Richard R.
    SMITH Kenneth R.
    BYRNE Paul A.
    HORAN Dennis J./Life and Death, pp. 1-70
    HUNTER Oscar B.
    BOYLE Joseph M.
    ATKINSON Gary M.
    ASHLEY Benedict M.
    CONNERY John
    REILLY Laurence T.
    MONAHAN William J./Prolonging Life Decisions, pp. 71-190
    McCARTY Donald G./Clinical and Pastoral Applications, pp. 191-289
    VATICAN CONGREGATION FOR THE DOCTRINE OF THE FAITH/Déclaration on Euthanasia : Appendix I, pp. 290-296
    Hospital Policies on Prolonging Life Decisions : Appendix II, pp. 297-307

Withholding treatment from Defective Newborn Children
! Ouvrage

Shifting the Burden of Proof
! Article de revue

Institutional Ethics Committees and Health Care Decision Making
! Congrés, Colloque
    CRANFORD Ronald ; DOUDERA Edward ; American Society of Law and Medicine
    Health Administration Press , 1984, 424 p.
    Cote : RL E 841

    Section I: Perspectives on institutional ethics committees (papers and discussions, first nationwide conference on institutional ethics committees, held in Washington, D.C., in April of 1983, under the sponsorship of the ASLM. Section II: Descriptive summaries of extant institutional ethics committees. Section III: Sample guidelines and policies (23 recommandations émanant de 23 hôpitaux américains différents).

Health and Society
! Revue
    Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly , 1985, 63 (1), 173 p.
    Cote : REVUE EN STOCK

    ABEL-SMITH Brian/Who is the odd man out? The experience of Western Europe in containing the costs of health care
    RHODEN Nancy
    ARRAS John/Withholding treatment from baby Doe: from discrimination to child abuse
    HALPER Thomas/Life and death in a welfare state: end-stage renal disease in the United Kingdom
    PROTTAS Jeffrey/Organ procurement in Europe and the United States
    WEEKS James
    JORDAN Mary Lu/Chronic hazards and acute enforcement: dilemma for occupational health enforcement policy
    JENNETT Bryan/ High technology medicine: how defined and how regarded

Philosophical Medical Ethics
! Ouvrage

Death and dying in Medicine
! Revue
    WALTON DOUGLAS N.
    Theoretical Medicine , 1984, 5 (2), pp. 121-231
    Cote : REVUE EN STOCK

    WALTON Douglas N./Death and Dying in Medicine : What Questions Are still Worth Asking ? pp. 121-139
    NEWMAN M./Pulling the Plug. Theory and Practice of Turning off Life Support Apparatus, pp. 141-146
    JASTREMSKI Michaël S./Death and Dying : Reflections of an Intensivist, pp. 147-153
    MATAS Arthur J.
    VEITH Frank/Presumed Consent for Organ Retrieval, pp. 155-166
    WIKLER CDaniel I./Conceptual Issues in the Definition of Death : A Guide for Public Policy, pp. 167-180
    THOMASMA David C./The Comatose Patient, the Ontology of Death, and the Decision to Stop Treatment, pp. 181-196
    VAN EVRA James W./Death, pp. 197-207
    KLUGE Eike-Henner W./Cerebral Death, pp. 209-231

La notion de qualité de la vie dans le champ de la santé
IN : The Quality of life in the mediterranean countries
! Document CEM

Life and death : Philosophical essays in biomedical ethics
! Ouvrage

L'euthanasie : un débat qui repose sur des équivoques
! Article de revue

Ethical Dilemmas in the Treatment of Critically Ill Newborns
! Article de revue

Infant Doe and Baby Jane Doe : Medical Treatment of the Handicapped Newborn
! Article de revue

Care of the Handicapped Newborn : Parental Responsability and Medical Responsability
! Divers

Ethics Commission Examines Moral Distinctions in Using Life Supports
! Article de revue

The Physician's Responsability toward Hopelessly Ill Patients
! Article de revue

Intravenous Food And Fluids For The Dying : Are They Always "Ordinary Means" For Sustaining Life ?
! Article de revue

Allowing A Patient To Die : Is It An Act Of Killing ?
! Article de revue

Controversy Looms at the Intersection of Law and Ethics
! Article de revue

The Use of Quality-of-Life Considerations in Medical Decision Making
! Article de revue

Quality of Life : Treatment Decisions and the Third Alternative
! Article de revue

"Minimal Quality of Life" : Why Parents, Courts Chose Infant Doe's Death
! Article de revue

Ehical Judgements of Quality of Life in the Care of the Aged
! Article de revue

Do the "Baby Doe" Rules Ignore Suffering?
! Article de revue

To feed or not to feed? Artificial feeding and PVS patients
! Article de revue

Persistent vegetative state
! Article de revue

Le problème de l'euthanasie : Proposition commune de l'Eglise anglicane et de la Conférence épiscopale catholique d'Angleterre
! Article de revue

If someone is terminally ill and suffering terribly, wouldn't it be more Christian to help that person die?
! Article de revue

House of Lords on care for dying
! Article de revue

Lo stato vegetativo cronico
! Document CEM

Letting vegetative patients die : Ethical and lawful and brings Britain into line
! Article de revue

Government response to euthanasia report
! Article de revue

Persistent vegetative state : Guidelines
! Article de revue

The physician's responsibility toward hopelessly ill patients : A second look
! Article de revue

Comment éviter l'insistance thérapeutique excessive en réanimation?
! Article de revue

Dementia, indeterminacy and non-treatment
! Article de revue
    SAYERS Gwen
    Bulletin of Medical Ethics , 1994, n/o 103, pp. 13-16
    Cote : REVUE EN STOCK

    The author argues that cases of active voluntary euthanasia are probably much less common than those of passive non-voluntary euthanasia, and that the latter needs to be the subject of much wider public debate than it is currently receiving.

In the case of children : Paediatric ethics in a Canadian context
! Ouvrage
    BAYLIS Françoise ; MCBURNEY Cate ; Department of Bioethics, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
    Department of Bioethics, the Hospital for Sick Children , 1993, 164 p.
    Cote : RL E 1102

    The authors aspire, in this casebook, to teach about ethical decision-making in the paediatric context, not by means of remote philosophical argumentation, but through a case-by-case presentation of the complex, "messiness" of lived experience in the clinical setting. Their hope is to foster a broad, open discussion of complex ethical issues, as they are imbedded in fictional or fictionalized cases which range from the commonplace to the more esoteric and unusual. In an effort to discourage the use of either/or characterizations of moral problems, each case in this collected edition is followed by a series of questions intended to prompt a discussion of the diverse factors and perspectives that should inform ethical decision-making.

L'accueil de l'enfant malformé
! Article de revue
    Ethique , 1995, n/o 16, pp. 7-106
    Cote : REVUE EN STOCK

    CONGOURDEAU Marie-Hélène/Editorial : Accueillir
    GILLETT Grant/Pourquoi se donner tant de mal pour des enfants malades?
    GOLD Francis/Problèmes éthiques posés par la naissance d'un enfant gravement malformé
    GOUREVITCH Danielle/Les ratés de la conception : fausses-couches et monstres dans l'Antiquité
    NEUMANN Josef/La malformation de l'homme. Son interprétation dans la cosmologie de l'Antiquité et du début du Moyen Age
    CONGOURDEAU Marie-Hélène/Ni lui ni ses parents / Les tuer ou les donner? Lecture d'une étude historique récente
    DUMARET Anne-Camille
    ROSSET Dominique/Trisomie 21 et abandon : une réalité à Paris (NB: texte paru également dans Laënnec, 46e année, n° 1, octobre 1997, pp. 6-9)
    CASPAR Philippe/La participation des personnes handicapées mentales adultes à la vie sociale. Le rôle des stratégies d'intervention
    BUSNEL Marie-Claire/Témoignage : On les attend parfaits, mais...

Les choix du politique en matière d'euthanasie
! Article de revue

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