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A.ジョンセン(共)著/臨床倫理学(第9版)

Clinical Ethics : A Practical Approach to Ethical Decisions in Clinical Medicine

9TH

Jonsen, Albert R., Ph.D.   Siegler, Mark, M.D.   Winslade, William J., Ph.D.

Mcgraw-Hill 2021/12
262 p. 22 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: US
ISBN: 9781260457544
KCN: 1040930069
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DDC: 174.28
KDC: G404 医療倫理・社会医学
C180 医療社会学・生命倫理
A117 倫理学・道徳哲学
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This popular, clinically-oriented guide provides crystal-clear case-based coverage of the ethical situations encountered in everyday medical practice. It introduces the proven Four Box Method - a much-needed pattern for collecting, sorting, and ordering the facts of a clinical ethical problem. Prev. ed.: 2015.

Full Description

The go-to textbook on the increasingly important and rapidly evolving topic of medical ethics Clinical Ethics is the most popular clinically oriented guide to the complex field of medical ethics. It provides crystal-clear case-based coverage of ethical situations encountered in everyday medical practice. This unparalleled guide is famous for its four-topics method of approaching ethical problems (medical indications, patient preferences, quality of life, and contextual features)-an organizational process that helps you better understand the complexities involved in clinical ethics cases and find a resolution for each case. In each chapter, the authors discuss case examples and provide analysis, comments, and specific recommendations. Sections and chapters include: TOPIC 1: Medical Indications Indicated and Nonindicated Interventions Clinical Judgment and Clinical Uncertainty Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Orders not to Resuscitate Medical Error Determination of Death TOPIC 2: Preferences of Patients Informed Consent Decisional Capacity Decision Making for the Mentally Incapacitated Patient Surrogate Decision Makers Failure to Cooperate in the Therapeutic Relationship TOPIC 3: Quality of Life Divergent Evaluations of Quality of Life Enhancement Medicine Compromised Quality of Life and Life-Sustaining Interventions Pain Relief for Terminally Ill Patients Medically Assisted Dying Suicide TOPIC 4: Contextual Features Health Professions Other Interested Parties Confidentiality of Medical Information Economics of Clinical Care Allocation of Scarce Health Resources Influence of Religion on Clinical Decisions Role of Law in Clinical Ethics Clinical Research and Education Public Health Organizational Ethics

Table of Contents

Introduction The Four Topics Ethical Reasoning in Clinical Ethics Resources in Clinical Ethics Acknowledgements Bibliography The Four Topics Chart TOPIC ONE Medical Indications 1.1 Indicated and Nonindicated Interventions 1.2 Clinical Judgment and Clinical Uncertainty 1.3 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Orders not to Resuscitate 1.4 Medical Error 1.5 Determination of Death 1.6 Summary TOPIC TWO Preferences of Patients 2.1 Informed Consent 2.2 Decisional Capacity 2.3 Decision Making for the Mentally Incapacitated Patient 2.4 Surrogate Decision Makers 2.5 Failure to Cooperate in the Therapeutic Relationship TOPIC THREE Quality of Life 3.1 Divergent Evaluations of Quality of Life 3.2 Enhancement Medicine 3.3 Compromised Quality of Life and Life-Sustaining Interventions 3.4 Pain Relief for Terminally Ill Patients 3.5 Medically Assisted Dying 3.6 Suicide TOPIC FOUR Contextual Features 4.1 Health Professions 4.2 Other Interested Parties 4.3 Confidentiality of Medical Information 4.4 Economics of Clinical Care 4.5 Allocation of Scarce Health Resources 4.6 Influence of Religion on Clinical Decisions 4.7 Role of Law in Clinical Ethics 4.8 Clinical Research and Education 4.9 Public Health 4.10 Organizational Ethics