Bioethics: An Introduction to the History, Methods, and Practice
Nancy Ann Silbergeld Jecker, Albert R. Jonsen, Robert A. Pearlman
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1997 - Medical - 416 pages
This book is one of the only texts to cover the history, methodology, and practice of bioethics. Compiling articles from well-established bioethical thinkers, Jecker et al. have created an edited volume unique in its scope of topics addressed. Bioethics will find use for both graduate students and professional students in law, medicine, nursing or other health-related fields who will face bioethical issues in future careers.
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