Autoriai: DAVID J. ROTHMAN
Brūkšninis kodas: 003075180363
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"Strangers at the Bedside "gives us the first scholarly history of the bioethics movement in the United States. [Rothman] reviews the events and debates surrounding the ethics of human experimentation, organ transplantation, and death and dying. The strangers at the bedside are not only the bioethicists, lawyers and economists, but the physicians themselves." - ALBERT R. JONSEN, Medical Humanities Review....
"There is not a better overview anywhere of the key events in the development of modern bioethics. An exciting intellectual history." - CHARLES L. BOSK, Contemporary Sociology.
"Well-written and persuasive a valuable contribution [for] all of us who are trying to gain or hold some personal control over our own health care." - THOMAS A. RAFHN, New York Times Book Review.
"Well-researched, well-written, wide-ranging, and thoughtful." - New England Journal of Medicine.
"A thoughtful, wise reading of history important to the medical profession." - Journal of the American Medical Association.
"An authoritative, beautifully written book as befits an account by a historian who is also a professor of social medicine." - STEPHEN LOCK, Nature.
1INTRODUCTION Making the Invisible Visible
15 CHAPTER 1 The Nobility of the Material
30 CHAPTER 2 Research at War
51 CHAPTER 3 The Gilded Age of Research
70 CHAPTER 4 The Doctor as Whistle-blower
85 CHAPTER 5 New Rules for the Laboratory
101 CHAPTER 6 Bedside Ethics
127 CHAPTER 7 The Doctor as Stranger
148 CHAPTER 8 Life Through Death
168 CHAPTER 9 Commissioning Ethics
190 CHAPTER 10 NO One to Trust
222 CHAPTER 11 New Rules for the Bedside EPILOGUE The Price of Success 263 APPENDIX A