Intervention and Reflection Basic Issues in Bioethics Concise Edition

Intervention and Reflection  Basic Issues in Bioethics  Concise Edition

You will quickly learn why INTERVENTION AND REFLECTION continues to be the most widely used bioethics textbook on the market: Students are often surprised to find that this unusual text is hard to put down.

Author: Ronald Munson

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781285499727

Category: Philosophy

Page: 544

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This concise version of INTERVENTION AND REFLECTION offers the same clear and accurate accounts of complex scientific findings with case presentations which have made Ronald Munson's INTERVENTION AND REFLECTION the best-selling textbook for this course area. Nationally acclaimed bioethicist and novelist Ronald Munson masterfully weds clear and accurate accounts of complex scientific findings with case presentations whose vivid narrative helps students connect science with the human emotion behind important and controversial biomedical decisions. These engaging cases and briefings conclude with succinct summaries of basic ethical theories and are followed by up-to-date and influential articles addressing the most pressing issues in bioethics today. You will quickly learn why INTERVENTION AND REFLECTION continues to be the most widely used bioethics textbook on the market: Students are often surprised to find that this unusual text is hard to put down. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Categories: Philosophy

Intervention and Reflection

Intervention and Reflection

This edition features new chapters on "Medicine in a Pluralistic Society" and the "Challenge of Global Bioethics.

Author: Ronald Munson

Publisher:

ISBN: 1305508408

Category: Education

Page: 944

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INTERVENTION AND REFLECTION: BASIC ISSUES IN BIOETHICS, 10th Edition offers students a compelling introduction to biomedical ethics by combining riveting human stories with clear explanations of cutting edge scientific research. A collaboration between a nationally-acclaimed bioethicist and a seasoned journalist, this textbook continues to be the most widely used bioethics textbook on the market. Each chapter includes crisp summaries of the relevant ethical theories as well as classic and contemporary articles on the most pressing topics in the field. This edition features new chapters on "Medicine in a Pluralistic Society" and the "Challenge of Global Bioethics. The accessible presentation of the conceptual debate and human dimension of today's biomedical ethics captivates and engages students, whether they are philosophy, nursing or medical majors or have no philosophical or scientific training.
Categories: Education

The Philosophy and Practice of Medicine and Bioethics

The Philosophy and Practice of Medicine and Bioethics

Intervention and reflection: Basic issues in medical ethics, 6th edn, 36. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thompson Learning. Munson, R. 2000. Intervention and reflection: Basic issues in medical ethics, 6th edn, 37.

Author: Barbara Maier

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789048188673

Category: Medical

Page: 543

View: 275

This book challenges the unchallenged methods in medicine, such as "evidence-based medicine," which claim to be, but often are not, scientific. It completes medical care by adding the comprehensive humanistic perspectives and philosophy of medicine. No specific or absolute recommendations are given regarding medical treatment, moral approaches, or legal advice. Given rather is discussion about each issue involved and the strongest arguments indicated. Each argument is subject to further critical analysis. This is the same position as with any philosophical, medical or scientific view. The argument that decision-making in medicine is inadequate unless grounded on a philosophy of medicine is not meant to include all of philosophy and every philosopher. On the contrary, it includes only sound, practical and humanistic philosophy and philosophers who are creative and critical thinkers and who have concerned themselves with the topics relevant to medicine. These would be those philosophers who engage in practical philosophy, such as the pragmatists, humanists, naturalists, and ordinary-language philosophers. A new definition of our own philosophy of life emerges and it is necessary to have one. Good lifestyle no longer means just abstaining from cigarettes, alcohol and getting exercise. It also means living a holistic life, which includes all of one's thinking, personality and actions. This book also includes new ways of thinking. In this regard the "Metaphorical Method" is explained, used, and exemplified in depth, for example in the chapters on care, egoism and altruism, letting die, etc.
Categories: Medical

Autonomy and the Situated Self

Autonomy and the Situated Self

12. Lewis Vaughn, Bioethics, 536. 13. Ronald Munson, Intervention and Reflection: Basic Issues In Medical Ethics 8th Ed., ed. Ronald Munson (Belmont, CA: Thomson-Wadsworth, 2008), 291. 14. Ronald Munson, Intervention andReflection, 291.

Author: Rachel Haliburton

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739168721

Category: Philosophy

Page: 323

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Bioethics tells a heroic story about its origins and purpose. The impetus for its contemporary development can be traced to concern about widespread paternalism in medicine, mistreatment of research subjects used in medical experimentation, and questions about the implication of technological developments in medical practice. Bioethics, then, began as a defender of the interests of patients and the rights of research participants, and understood itself to play an important role as a critic of powerful interests in medicine and medical practice. Autonomy and the Situated Self argues that, as bioethics has become successful, it no longer clearly lives up to these founding ideals, and it offers a critique of the way in which contemporary bioethics has been co-opted by the very institutions it once sought (with good reason) to criticize and transform. In the process, it has become mainstream, moved from occupying the perspective of a critical outsider to enjoying the status of a respected insider, whose primary role is to defend existing institutional arrangements and its own privileged position. The mainstreaming of bioethics has resulted in its domestication: it is at home in the institutions it would once have viewed with skepticism, and a central part of practices it would once have challenged. Contemporary bioethics is increasingly dominated by a conception of autonomy that detaches the value of choice from the value of the things chosen, and the central role occupied by this conception makes it difficult for the bioethicist to make ethical judgments. Consequently, despite its very public successes, contemporary bioethics is largely failing to offer the ethical guidance it purports to be able to provide. In addition to providing a critique, this book offers an alternative framework that is designed to allow bioethicists to address the concerns that led to the creation of bioethics in the first place. This alternative framework is oriented around a conception of autonomy that works within the ethical guidelines provided by a contemporary form of virtue ethics, and which connects the value of autonomous choice to a conception of human flourishing.
Categories: Philosophy

The Structure of Moral Revolutions

The Structure of Moral Revolutions

Studies of Changes in the Morality of Abortion, Death, and the Bioethics Revolution Robert Baker ... University Press, 1970), 51–59; reprinted in Ronald Munson, ed., Intervention and Reflection: Basic Issues in Bioethics, 9th ed.

Author: Robert Baker

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262355339

Category: Philosophy

Page: 336

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A theoretical account of moral revolutions, illustrated by historical cases that include the criminalization and decriminalization of abortion and the patient rebellion against medical paternalism. We live in an age of moral revolutions in which the once morally outrageous has become morally acceptable, and the formerly acceptable is now regarded as reprehensible. Attitudes toward same-sex love, for example, and the proper role of women, have undergone paradigm shifts over the last several decades. In this book, Robert Baker argues that these inversions are the product of moral revolutions that follow a pattern similar to that of the scientific revolutions analyzed by Thomas Kuhn in his influential book, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. After laying out the theoretical terrain, Baker develops his argument with examples of moral reversals from the recent and distant past. He describes the revolution, led by the utilitarian philosopher Jeremy Bentham, that transformed the postmortem dissection of human bodies from punitive desecration to civic virtue; the criminalization of abortion in the nineteenth century and its decriminalization in the twentieth century; and the invention of a new bioethics paradigm in the 1970s and 1980s, supporting a patient-led rebellion against medical paternalism. Finally, Baker reflects on moral relativism, arguing that the acceptance of “absolute” moral truths denies us the diversity of moral perspectives that permit us to alter our morality in response to changing environments.
Categories: Philosophy

The Moral Development of Health Care Professionals

The Moral Development of Health Care Professionals

Holder , A. Legal Issues in Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine , 2d ed . New Haven : Yale University Press , 1985 . ... Intervention and Reflection : Basic Issues in Biomedical Ethics , 6th ed . Belmont , Calif .: Wadsworth , 2000 .

Author: Bertram Bandman

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0865692599

Category: Medical

Page: 234

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Examines the conditions and opportunities that promote the moral development of health professionals.
Categories: Medical

Women s Right to Reproductive Self Determination from the Perspective of Civil Law

Women s Right to Reproductive Self Determination from the Perspective of Civil Law

91. 21. Ronald Munson: Intervention and Reflection: Basic Issues in Medical Ethics (I) [M], translated by Lin Xia, Capital Normal University Press, Beijing, 2010, p. 53. 22. Qiu Renzong and Zhai Xiaomei: Introduction to Bioethics [M], ...

Author: Weijun Jiang

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811927904

Category: Political Science

Page: 248

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This book explores the issue of abortion and women's rights in contemporary China. With a vast population, China's government has pursued controversial policies, such as the One Child Policy, in the past. Today, a rapidly urbanizing society is aging quickly, and the policies are loosening; but what are the implications for Chinese women, and how do policies compare to those in the West? In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Jiang eludicates the Chinese legal and social history of abortion for the first time in English. This book will be of interest to lawyers, NGO researchers, feminists and academics.
Categories: Political Science

Ethics Issues In Contemporary Nursing E Book

Ethics   Issues In Contemporary Nursing   E Book

Intervention and reflection: Basic issues in medical ethics (4th ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing. Neustadt, R. E., & Fineberg, H. V. (2005). The swine flu affair: Decision-making on a slippery disease.

Author: Margaret Burkhardt

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780323697347

Category: Medical

Page: 401

View: 378

Learn how to think beyond the theoretical in any environment. Ethics & Issues in Contemporary Nursing, 1st Edition examines the latest trends, principles, theories, and models in patient care to help you learn how to make ethically sound decisions in complex and often controversial situations. Written from a global perspective, examples throughout the text reflect current national and international issues inviting you to explore cases considering socio-cultural influences, personal values, and professional ethics. Historical examples demonstrate how to think critically while upholding moral and professional standards, as well as the law. Key topics throughout explore advocacy and rights, diversity, nurse burnout, mass casualty events, social media, violence in the workplace, medication error prevention, opioid and other substance use, HIPAA, and healthcare reform. In addition, this new title contains supplemental case studies and review questions to further challenge and prepare you to make morally sound decisions in any healthcare setting. NEW! Case Presentations from the United States and around the World address ethical dilemmas across the practice of nursing. NEW! Think About It boxes present provocative questions within every case presentation. NEW! Thoroughly up-to-date and well referenced content ensures material presented is accurate. NEW! Straightforward and conversational writing style makes content interesting and understandable. NEW! Review questions on Evolve allow students to practice what they have learned. NEW! Case studies on Evolve help students apply the theoretical concepts they have learned. NEW! Ask Yourself questions integrated into each chapter help students understand the relevance of the material. NEW! Discussion questions and Activities within every chapter encourage students to think beyond the theoretical. NEW! Summary and Highlights within every chapter make it easier for students to thoroughly understand key elements.
Categories: Medical