Clinical Ethics Casebook
You decide! Learn to identify and effectively evaluate ethical problems in health care. The hundreds of brief, readable cases in this book will help you do just that. Author Peter Horn, a philosopher and applied ethicist who has taught clinical ethics for 20 years, includes cases drawn from a variety of areas of clinical practice. Discussion questions following each case help you appreciate the moral complexity of the situations and offer guidance for structuring possible answers.
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ETHICAL ISSUES IN HEALTH
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