Intervention and reflection: basic issues in medical ethics

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Wadsworth, 2000 - Medical - 891 pages
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This text is intended for the Medical Ethics course found in philosophy departments, health/allied health, and medical schools or programs.

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I bought this book for my bioethics class and it is so interesting. It is filled with interesting ideas and case studies, even though it is a text book, I just can't put it down! Read full review


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Ronald Munson is Professor of the Philosophy of Science and Medicine at the University of Missouri--St. Louis. He received his Ph.D. from Columbia University and was a Postdoctoral Fellow in Biology at Harvard University. He has served as a medical ethicist for the National Institutes of Health and has been a Visiting Professor at the University of California, San Diego, the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and the Harvard Medical School. His books include REASONING IN MEDICINE (with Daniel Albert and Michael Resnik), THE WAY OF WORDS, and THE ELEMENTS OF REASONING (with Andrew Black). He is the author of the novels FAN MAIL, NIGHT VISION, and NOTHING HUMAN.

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