Format: Trade Paperback
Dimensions: 352 pages, 3.54 × 2.36 × 0.29 in
Published: March 3, 2014
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0199005524
ISBN - 13: 9780199005529
Table of Contents
Cases Preface Acknowledgments Introduction: A Revolution in Learning 1. Ethics Matters: Doing 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-Making 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. Rights of Privacy, Confidential Duties II. Professional Regulations III. Limits to Confidentiality IV. Duty to Warn and Protect V. The Digital Age 4. The Power to Heal: Truth and Deception in Clinical Practice I. On Not Telling the Truth II. The Truthtelling Task III. Modern Law and the Profession IV. The Changing Practice of Medicine V. Truthtelling''s Exceptions 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 v 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. Attending to and Assessing Capacity II. Substitute Decision-Makers (SDM) III. Treatment of the Vulnerable IV. When Not to Rescue V. Failure to Care for Self VI. Cases Involving Minors 7. Helping and
From the Publisher
Now in its third edition, Doing Right offers healthcare trainees and practitioners alike a comprehensive, user-friendly guide to contemporary biomedical ethics. Taking an applied case study approach, this engaging text explores complex ethical issues through real-life scenarios, making it relatable to all types of healthcare professionals.
About the Author
Philip C. Hebert graduated from the University of Toronto medical school in 1984 and completed a Ph.D. in philosophy at York University in 1983. He is emeritus professor of family medicine in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto, and chair of the research ethics board at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. For twenty years he was a family physician at Sunnybrook and Women''s College Health Sciences Centre, retiring from active clinical practice in 2010. He remains on staff there as a consultant. He has an interest in many areas of ethics including disclosure, end-of-life care, consent, medical error, and medical education and teaches widely across Canada. He has published articles in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, New England Journal of Medicine, ICU Management, and the Journal of the American Medical Association. In 2008, he received the second annual William Marsden Award from the CMA for his contribution to ethics teaching in Canada, and in 2011 he was named Academic Family Physician of the Year and received the University of Toronto''s Department of Family and Community Medicine Award of Excellence.
"The reading style is very engaging and concise - far more palatable than some theoretically dense texts. The liberal use of case studies underscores the relevance to daily practice - something that medical students find very appealing." --Stacy Ackroyd-Stolarz, Dalhousie University