The Resource Teaching ethics in organ transplantation and tissue donation : cases and movies, Silke Schicktanz, Claudia Wiesemann, Sabine Weohlke (eds.) ; in cooperation with Amnon Carmi, (electronic resource)

Teaching ethics in organ transplantation and tissue donation : cases and movies, Silke Schicktanz, Claudia Wiesemann, Sabine Weohlke (eds.) ; in cooperation with Amnon Carmi, (electronic resource)

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Teaching ethics in organ transplantation and tissue donation : cases and movies
Title
Teaching ethics in organ transplantation and tissue donation
Title remainder
cases and movies
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Silke Schicktanz, Claudia Wiesemann, Sabine Weohlke (eds.) ; in cooperation with Amnon Carmi
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Language
eng
Summary
Organ transplantation allows modern surgeons to give new life to chronically ill patients. At the same time, the new opportunities raise ethical questions concerning human identity and the definition of the human body. These concerns do not play out the same in all cultures or in every situation. This collection of 30 case studies illustrates the range of global and local, ethical, social, and cultural problems associated with organ transplantation. The collection also provides a list of popular movies and websites to aid instructors and their students. This work is aimed at educators in medicine, health care, philosophy, and religious studies
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174.297954
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LC call number
RD120.7
LC item number
.T33 2011
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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adult
Teaching ethics in organ transplantation and tissue donation : cases and movies, Silke Schicktanz, Claudia Wiesemann, Sabine Weohlke (eds.) ; in cooperation with Amnon Carmi, (electronic resource)
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Teaching ethics in organ transplantation and tissue donation : cases and movies, Silke Schicktanz, Claudia Wiesemann, Sabine Weohlke (eds.) ; in cooperation with Amnon Carmi, (electronic resource)
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https://epl.freading.com/ebooks/details/r:download/OTc4MTkzNzM3ODExMA==
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  • Issued as part of UPCC book collections on Project MUSE
  • First published in Germany by Universiteatsverlag Geottingen
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and filmography
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online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Body concepts and personal identity
  • Commodification and organ trade
  • Xenotransplantation
  • Further reading
  • Part B:
  • Case studies
  • Case: Living kidney donation - the right to refuse
  • Case: Living liver donation and competent decision making
  • Case: Parental living kidney donation
  • Case: Living liver donation - the right to refuse
  • Part A:
  • Case: Living organ donation - legal limits to non-family related donations
  • Case: Organ transplantation - mentally incompetent recipients
  • Case: Living organ transplantation: cross-national donors
  • Case: Living organ donation - legal restrictions on donorrecipient-relationship
  • Case: Samaritan donation - risk assessment and nonmaleficence
  • Case: Samaritan donation - domino-paired issue of justice
  • Case: Living kidney donation - psychological and cognitive restrictions of the donor
  • Case: Living organ donation - socio-economic relationship between donor and recipient
  • Case: Living organ donation - limits of donor autonomy
  • Case: Living bone transplant - informed consent for donation
  • Introduction
  • Case: Bone marrow transplantation - mentally incompetent donor
  • Case: Post-mortem organ donation - cultural aspects of death and burial traditions
  • Case: Brain death - consent procedure
  • Case: Post-mortem organ donation and religious conflicts I
  • Case: Post-mortem organ donation and religious conflicts II - follow the law or avoid a scandal?
  • Case: Definition of death and cultural aspects - family's role
  • Case: Conscientious objection of physicians
  • Case: Directed (post-mortem) donation - role of preferences for allocation
  • Case: Heart-lung-transplantation - assessing high risks
  • Case: Post-mortem organ donation - parental consent
  • 1.
  • Case: Xenotransplantation - human trial and informed consent
  • Case: Organ trade - post-surgical follow-up treatment
  • Case: Organ trade - supporting medical tourism
  • Case: Organ trade - socio-economic dependency between donor and recipient
  • Case: Organ traffic - financial incentives for doctors
  • Case: From the perspectives of the patient - is there a right to buy a kidney from a stranger from another country?
  • Part C:
  • Movies as teaching material - ethical issues in organ transplantation
  • Table of movies
  • List of Contributors
  • Definition and medical practice of organ transplantation
  • Success rates
  • 2. The ethics of organ and tissue donation
  • Post-mortem donors
  • Living donors
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North American edition.
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1 online resource (1 electronic text (81 pages) ).
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9781935603696
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(electronic bk.)
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