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by Dolores Dooley,Panagiota Dalla-Vorgia(†),Tina Garanis-Papadatos,Joan McCarthy

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Author:
Dolores Dooley,Panagiota Dalla-Vorgia(†),Tina Garanis-Papadatos,Joan McCarthy
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Medicine
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Berghahn Books (May 1, 2003)
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Dooley, Dolores; McCarthy, Joan; Garanis-Papadatos, Tina; and Dalla-Vorgia, Panagiota. Is Part Of. Teaching Ethics: Materials for Practitioner Education series, Vol. 1. Bibliographic Citation. New York: Berghahn Books, 2003. Collections. GenEthx: Genetics and Ethics Database. Показать полную информацию.

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Joan McCarthy teaches Nursing and Health Care Ethics in the Department of Philosophy, National University of Ireland, Cork. Subject: Medical Anthropology.

Dolores Dooley, Panagiota Dalla-Vorgia†, Tina Garanis-Papadatos and Joan McCarthy. Joan McCarthy teaches Nursing and Health Care Ethics in the Department of Philosophy, National University of Ireland, Cork. BISAC: SOC002000 SOCIAL /General; MED050000 MEDICAL/Ethics; LAW093000 LAW/Medical Law & Legislation. BIC: PSXM Medical anthropology; MBDC Medical ethics & professional conduct.

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He is Assistant Professor in medical ethics at University of Tübingen. Series: Teaching Ethics: Material for Practitioner Education (Book 3). Hardcover: 128 pages

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Other ethical theories, such as the ethics of care (the view that caring and compassionate relationships are significant components of morality) (Gilligan 1982), are ignored in this model (Rest et al. 1999). And in the case of the aforementioned tests the antecedent theory is incomplete or false. Ethics education in dental schools can be more nuanced and blended than described here, but deontology remains as a main component of dental ethics education and training.

The new reproductive technologies (NRTs) have given rise to new ethical questions that are widely debated. This book, the outcome of a European Union-wide collaborative process, draws on the experience and expertise of ethicists, lawyers, and clinical practitioners and focuses on some of the "burning issues" in different European countries. These include: donor insemination; surrogacy; preimplantation genetic diagnosis; embryo research; access to IVF treatment; and parental, professional and social responsibility. Familiar notions such as quality of life, parenthood, mothering, responsibility and personal identity surface at many points throughout the book and are refashioned to accommodate new questions.

This book introduces and probes ethical questions and challenges in a hands-on way by working through relevant case studies with key commentaries and activities. It engages the reader directly in ethical reasoning and decision-making and provides clear explanations, insightful commentaries and informed debate on NRTs.