2008

Evidence-Based Medical Ethics

Cases for Practice-Based Learning

ISBN: 978-1-60327-245-2 (Print) 978-1-60327-246-9 (Online)

Table of contents (29 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

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    Pages 1-10

    An Introduction to Modern, Evidence-Based Medical Ethics

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    Pages 11-16

    The Underlying Principles of Ethical Patient Care

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    Pages 17-20

    Advance Directives: The Living Will and the Power of Attorney for Health Care

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    Pages 21-23

    Case-Based Ethical Dilemmas

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    Pages 25-30

    When Consent and Capacity Collide

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    Pages 31-37

    When a Patient's Health Care Agent Does Not Fulfill Her Obligations

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    Pages 39-45

    When Coercion Dictates Care

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    Pages 47-51

    When a Spouse Is Estranged

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    Pages 53-58

    When a Patient Is Behaving Badly

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    Pages 59-64

    When a Patient Becomes Agitated

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    Pages 65-74

    When Patient Behavior Constitutes Abuse or Neglect

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    Pages 75-80

    When a Patient Has “Burned His Bridges”

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    Pages 81-86

    When a Patient Is Administratively Discharged

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    Pages 87-92

    When a Patient Makes Questionable Decisions

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    Pages 93-102

    When a Partner Is Excluded

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    Pages 103-110

    When a Diagnosis Is Reportable

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    Pages 111-118

    When Care Becomes Futile

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    Pages 119-124

    When Age Is a Factor in Health Care Decisions

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    Pages 125-129

    When a Patient Is Unidentifiable

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    Pages 131-138

    When Next-of-Kin Disagree

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