Case Studies in Nursing Ethics

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2006 - Law - 460 pages
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Contents

Values in Health and Illness
3
The Nurse and Moral Authority
33
Ethical Issues in Nursing
61
Chapter 4
94
Chapter
119
Chapter 6
142
Chapter 7
167
Chanter
192
1
281
HIVAIDS Care
299
Chapter 11
318
Experimentation on Human Beings
330
Chapter 14
362
Death and Dying
392
Glossary
437
Index
445

Special Problem Areas in Nursing
225
Chapter 10
246

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About the author (2006)

Veatch is Professor of Medical Ethics at Georgetown University's Kennedy Institute of Ethics. He has served on the board of the Washington Regional Transplant Consortium since 1988, and on the United Network for Organ Sharing's Ethics Committee from 1989-1995.

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