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Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics: Cases and CommentariesChildren in precarious health present particular problems for healthcare professionals because of their intimate relation to their family, and because of the family’s need to provide major long-term source of support and to be actively involved in the decisions about their children’s care. This collection of cases and commentaries in pediatrics highlights the difficult ethical dilemmas that can arise during high-tech hospital care of children in precarious circumstances. It serves as a teaching …

Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics: A Case Study ApproachThis book is addressed to all professionals concerned with the health care of children. It is, first and foremost, a teaching tool. It can be used for class discussion or case conferences with medical students or residents, nurses, and other staff in pediatrics or family medicine. It can also be used for self-teaching or continuing education by those already in practice. No one who reads this book is a beginner at moral reasoning. However, many may well be beginners at discussions that focus sha…

[(Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics: Cases and Commentaries)] [Author: Lorry R. Frankel] published on (August, 2009)This book is addressed to all professionals concerned with the health care of children. It is, first and foremost, a teaching tool. It can be used for class discussion or case conferences with medical students or residents, nurses, and other staff in pediatrics or family medicine. It can also be used for self-teaching or continuing education by those already in practice. No one who reads this book is a beginner at moral reasoning. However, many may well be beginners at discussions that focus sha…

[(Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics: A Case Study Approach)] [Author: Edwin N. Forman] published on (March, 1995)In Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics, Forman and Ladd clarify, conceptualize, and guide reasoning toward defensible conclusions relating to ethical decisions in medicine. Brief and challenging clinical cases are followed by key discussion questions. The discussions introduce vocabulary, distinctions, concepts, and analysis designed to deepen understanding. Developed as a teaching tool, the book may be used for class discussions and case conferences. Deciding when not to treat, volunteering children…

Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics: Cases and Commentaries (2009-08-20)In Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics, Forman and Ladd clarify, conceptualize, and guide reasoning toward defensible conclusions relating to ethical decisions in medicine. Brief and challenging clinical cases are followed by key discussion questions. The discussions introduce vocabulary, distinctions, concepts, and analysis designed to deepen understanding. Developed as a teaching tool, the book may be used for class discussions and case conferences. Deciding when not to treat, volunteering children…

Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics by Edwin Forman (1995-02-21)In Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics, Forman and Ladd clarify, conceptualize, and guide reasoning toward defensible conclusions relating to ethical decisions in medicine. Brief and challenging clinical cases are followed by key discussion questions. The discussions introduce vocabulary, distinctions, concepts, and analysis designed to deepen understanding. Developed as a teaching tool, the book may be used for class discussions and case conferences. Deciding when not to treat, volunteering children…

Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics: Cases and Commentaries (2009-08-20)In Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics, Forman and Ladd clarify, conceptualize, and guide reasoning toward defensible conclusions relating to ethical decisions in medicine. Brief and challenging clinical cases are followed by key discussion questions. The discussions introduce vocabulary, distinctions, concepts, and analysis designed to deepen understanding. Developed as a teaching tool, the book may be used for class discussions and case conferences. Deciding when not to treat, volunteering children…

Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics: A Case Study Approach by Edwin N. Forman (2012-01-28)In Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics, Forman and Ladd clarify, conceptualize, and guide reasoning toward defensible conclusions relating to ethical decisions in medicine. Brief and challenging clinical cases are followed by key discussion questions. The discussions introduce vocabulary, distinctions, concepts, and analysis designed to deepen understanding. Developed as a teaching tool, the book may be used for class discussions and case conferences. Deciding when not to treat, volunteering children…

Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics: Cases and Commentaries (2005-07-11)In Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics, Forman and Ladd clarify, conceptualize, and guide reasoning toward defensible conclusions relating to ethical decisions in medicine. Brief and challenging clinical cases are followed by key discussion questions. The discussions introduce vocabulary, distinctions, concepts, and analysis designed to deepen understanding. Developed as a teaching tool, the book may be used for class discussions and case conferences. Deciding when not to treat, volunteering children…

Ethical Problems in Pediatrics: A Dozen DilemmasIn this book, twelve captivating and down-to-earth ethical dilemmas are presented in an interactive learning mode. “Ethics” generally conjures up visions of unusual life-and-death problems. However, health professionals – at every level and in every field — sooner or later face more mundane situations involving ethical and moral decisions. Twelve of these interesting, challenging, day-to-day situations are thoroughly presented in this work. Each of these (some actual, some created to illustrate…