Format: Trade Paperback
Dimensions: 304 pages, 3.54 × 2.36 × 0.23 in
Published: September 25, 2008
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0195428412
ISBN - 13: 9780195428414
Table of Contents
Preface Acknowledgments Introduction: A Revolution in Learning 1. Ethics Matters: Principles and Ethically Sound Medicine I. Ethical Reasoning and Principles in Medicine II. Three Ethical Principles and Questions III. Resolving Ethical Dilemmas IV. ''Doing Right'': A Decision Procedure for Clinical Ethics V. Applying the Ethics Decision-making Procedure 2. The Almost Revolution: Autonomy and Patient-based Care I. The Autonomy Principle II. The Case of Mrs Malette and Dr Shulman III. Choices: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly IV. Reduced Autonomy 3. No Man an Island: Confidentiality and Trust I. Confidentiality II. Control of Health Information III. Trade Secrets IV. Limits to Confidentiality 4. The Power to Heal: Truth, Lies, and Deception in Clinical Practice I. Truthtelling and Deception II. Some Reasons Not to Tell the Truth III. Some Reasons to Tell the Truth IV. Modern Law and the Profession V. The Changing Practice of Medicine VI. Some Exceptions to Truthtelling 5. The Power to Choose: Due Care and Informed Consent I. The Essence of Informed Consent II. Ethical Consent III. The Doctor Who Didn''t: The Case of Mr Reibl versus Dr Hughes IV. The Essential Elements of Consent: When, Who, What, How? V. Exceptions to Consent 6. The Waning and Waxing Self: Capacity and Incapacity in Medical Care I. Assessing Capacity II. Treatment of the Vulnerable III. When Not to Rescue: Messrs Gallagher and Reid versus Dr Fleming IV. Failure to Care for Self V. Cases Involving Minors 7. Helpi
From the Publisher
This second edition of Philip Hebert''s Doing Right offers healthcare trainees and practitioners alike a comprehensive, usable guide to biomedical ethics today. Like its predecessor, this text works through questions of moral principles relevant to a diverse and growing number of healthcare professionals. Rather than focus on theory, the text takes an applied, case-study based approach that makes complex ethical issues real and relatable. Updates to this edition include new discussions on reproductive technology and reproductive choice, medical professionalism, and managing error. Also new are thoroughly updated references, expanded theoretical coverage, and case studies that reflect team ethics. This is an ideal text for second-and third-year one-semester ethics courses offered in medical schools, health sciences departments, and nursing programs.
About the Author
Philip C. Hebert is a family physician at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. He currently chairs the Research Ethics Board and acts as a bioethics consultant for the hospital. In addition, he is an Associate Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Toronto.
"This outstanding introdution to ethical complexities using myriad cases to illustrate the complexity of ethical reasoning" --Dr Mona Gupta, Toronto, ON in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, Sept 21, 2010, 182:1454