The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Spring 2008, Volume 19, Number 1

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Summer 2008, Volume 19, Number 2

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Fall 2008, Volume 19, Number 3

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Winter 2008, Volume 19, Number 4

 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Spring 2008, Volume 19, Number 1

Entire issue, Spring 2008, Volume 19, Number 1

 

When, If Ever, Should Careproviders Give Moral Advice?
Edmund G. Howe
 

Of More than One Mind: Obstetrician-Gynecologists’ Approaches to Morally Controversial Decisions in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
Farr A. Curlin, Shira N. Dinner, and Stacy Tessler Lindau
 

Commentary on “Of More than One Mind”
Edmund D. Pellegrino
 

Professional Responsibility and Individual Conscience: Protecting the Informed Consent Process from Impermissible Bias
Frank A. Chervenak and Laurence B. McCullough
 

Beliefs, Boundaries, and Self-Knowledge in Professional Practice
David Kozishek and Elizabeth Bogdan-Lovis
 

Ethical Issues Concerning Disclosures of HIV Diagnoses to Perinatally Infected Children and Adolescents
Robert Klitzman, Stephanie Marhefka, Claude Mellins, and Lori Wiener
 

Disclosure of HIV Status to an Infected Child: Medical, Psychological, Ethical, and Legal Perspectives in an Era of “Super-Vertical” Transmission
Charles D. Mitchell, F. Daniel Armstrong, Kenneth W. Goodman, and Anita Cava
 

Disclosure of HIV Status to an Infected Child: Confidentiality, Duty to Warn, and Ethical Practice
James R. Corbin


Placebo Use in Clinical Practice: Report of the American Medical Association Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs
Nathan A. Bostick, Robert Sade, Mark A. Levine, and Dudley M. Stewart, Jr.
 

Placebos: Current Clinical Realities
Rachel Sherman and John Hickner
 

Clinical Placebo Interventions Are Unethical, Unnecessary, and Unprofessional
Asbjřrn Hróbjartsson
 

Commentary on “The Case of Mr. A.B.”: Dilemmas for a Reason
G. Caleb Alexander
 

Legal Trends in Bioethics
Sigrid Fry-Revere, Sheeba Koshy, Greyson C. Ruback, and John Leppard, IV
 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Summer 2008, Volume 19, Number 2

Entire issue, Summer 2008, Volume 19, Number 2

 

Red Towels: Maximizing the Care of Patients Who Are Dying
Edmund G. Howe
 

Rethinking the Ethical Framework for Surrogate Decision Making: A Qualitative Study of Physicians
Alexia M. Torke, Mary Simmerling, Mark Siegler, Danit Kaya, and G. Caleb Alexander
 

Deciding in the Best Interest of Clients with Dementia: The Experience of Public Guardians
Holly A. Taylor, Betty S. Black, and Peter V. Rabins
 

A Forced Choice: The Value of Requiring Advance Directives
Elmer D. Abbo and Angelo E. Volandes
 

KidneyMatch.com: The Ethics of Solicited Organ Donations
Richard H. Dees and Eric A. Singer
 

Last Hours of Life: Encouraging End-of-Life Conversations
Benjamin F. Stump, Craig M. Klugman, and Barbara Thornton
 

Spiritual Issues as an Essential Element of Quality Palliative Care: A Commentary
Christina M. Puchalski

 

End-of-Life Care: Conversations and Opportunities
Margaret M. Mahon


Commentary on “Last Hours of Life: Encouraging End-of-Life Conversations”
Craig D. Blinderman


Legal Trends in Bioethics
Sigrid Fry-Revere, Sheeba Koshy, Greyson C. Ruback, Rex L. Wessel, and Nathaniel B. Revere

 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Fall 2008, Volume 19, Number 2

Entire issue, Fall 2008, Volume 19, Number 3

 

Three Keys to Treating Inmates and their Application in Ethics Consultation
Edmund G. Howe and Chelsea Howe
 

A Qualitative Report of Dual Palliative Care/Ethics Consultations: Intersecting Dilemmas and Paradigmatic Cases
Julie W. Childers, Richard Demme, Jane Greenlaw, Deborah A. King, and Timothy Quill
 

Dignity Matters: Advance Care Planning for People Experiencing Homelessness
Dianne M. Bartels, Nancy Ulvestad, Edward Ratner, Melanie Wall, Mari M. Uutala, and John Song
 

Using Family Members as Interpreters in the Clinical Setting
Anita Ho


Medical Ethics in Correctional Healthcare: An International Comparison of Guidelines
Bernice S. Elger


When Prisoners Are Patients
Sharon Douglas and Susan Dorr Goold
 

Commentary on Elger’s “Medical Ethics in Correctional Healthcare”
Robert W. Keisling


Commentary on Elger’s “Medical Ethics in Correctional Healthcare”
Joel A. Dvoskin


Physicians, Mass Incarceration, and Medical Ethics
Scott A. Allen


Cruel and Unusual Punishment: Distinguishing Distributive and Retributive Justice
Felicia Cohn


Medical Ethics and Competence for Execution
David M. Adams


Response to Douglas and Goold
Bernice S. Elger
 

Legal Trends in Bioethics
Sigrid Fry-Revere, Nathaniel B. Revere, Deborah Chen, and Sheeba Koshy
 

Response to Stump, Klugman, and Thornton, “Last Hours of Life: Encouraging End-of-Life Conversations”
Henry S. Perkins, Josie D. Cortez, and Helen P. Hazuda

 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Winter 2008, Volume 19, Number 4

Entire issue, Winter 2008, Volume 19, Number 4

 

Child Abuse: How Society and Careproviders Should Respond
Edmund G. Howe
 

Clinical Ethics and Domestic Violence: An Introduction
Norman Quist


The Veil of Silence around Family Violence: Is Protecting Patients’ Privacy Bad for Health?
Felicia Cohn


State Codes on Intimate Partner Violence: Victimization Reporting Requirements for Healthcare Providers

Family Violence Prevention Fund
 

Deadly Sins and Cardinal Virtues in the Clinical Management of Intimate Partner Violence
Gregory Luke Larkin


A Health-Based Child Protection System: Studying a Change in Paradigm
Richard D. Krugman, Stephanie Stronks-Knapp, Mischa Haroutunian, and Jessica M. Yeatermeyer
 

Social Problem or Medical Condition? A Response to Krugman’s Proposal
Barbara Katz Rothman and Rebecca Tiger
 

Ethical Dilemmas in Coding Domestic Violence
William Rudman, Susan Hart-Hester, C. Andrew Brown, Shannon Pittman, Esther Choo, and Felicia Cohn
 

The Spectrum of Religion and Science in Clinical Encounters
Mark F. Carr


Ethical Challenges of Research on and Care for Victims of Intimate Partner Violence
Jennifer Wagman, Leilani Francisco, Nancy Glass, Phyllis W. Sharps, and Jacquelyn C. Campbell
 

Legal Trends in Bioethics
Sigrid Fry-Revere, Alison Mathey, Nathaniel B. Revere, Deborah Chen, and Devon Zebrovious