The Journal of Clinical Ethics, 2011, Volume 22


 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Spring 2011, Volume 22, Number 1

 

Entire issue, Spring 2011, Volume 21, Number 1

 

Separate articles:

 

How Can Careproviders Most Help Patients during a Disaster?

Edmund G. Howe

 

 Imagining the Unthinkable, Illuminating the Present

Jeffrey T. Berger, Guest Editor, Special Section: Clinical Ethics in Catastrophic Situations: Mapping a Standard of Care—Imagining the Unthinkable

 

An Ethical Framework for the Responsible Management of Pregnant Patients in a Medical Disaster

Frank A. Chervenak and Laurence B. McCullough

 

Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions to Limit the Transmission of a Pandemic Virus: The Need for Complementary Programs to Address Children’s Diverse Needs

Armand H. Matheny Antommaria and Emily A. Thorell

 

Unaltered Ethical Standards for Individual Physicians in the Face of Drastically Reduced Resources Resulting from an Improvised Nuclear Device Threat

J. Jaime Caro, C. Norman Coleman, Ann Knebel, and Evan G. DeRenzo

 

Attending to Social Vulnerability When  Rationing Pandemic Resources

Dorothy E. Vawter, J. Eline Garrett, Karen G. Gervais, Angela Witt Prehn, and Debra DeBruin

 

Ethical Care for Infants with Conditions Not Curable with Intensive Care

Bethan J. Everett and Susan G. Albersheim

 

Priority Setting Up Close

Barbara Russell and Deb deVlaming

 

Personal Perspective: “Evidence-Debased Medicine” and the Integrity of the Medical Profession

Richard L. Elliott

 

Legal Briefing: Healthcare Ethics Committees

Thaddeus Mason Pope

 

Letter: Ethical Issues Related to Direct Nursing Care Time, Compared to Time Spent Charting in Intensive Care Units

Peter Roffey and Duraiyah Thangathurai

 

Letter: Esprit de Corps

Evan G. DeRenzo and Jack Schwartz

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Summer 2011, Volume 22, Number 2

 

Entire issue, Summer 2011, Volume 22, Number 2

 

Separate articles:

 

Helping Patients by Involving Their Families

Edmund G. Howe

 

Responsive Care Management: Family Decision Makers in Advanced Cancer

Mary Ann Meeker

 

Trusting Families: Responding to Mary Ann Meeker, “Responsive Care Management: Family Decision Makers in Advanced Cancer”

James Lindemann Nelson

 

Revisiting the Best Interest Standard: Uses and Misuses

Douglas S. Diekema

 

The Best Interest Standard: Both Guide and Limit to Medical Decision Making on Behalf of Incapacitated Patients

Thaddeus Mason Pope

 

Between Uncertainty and Certainty

Lena Hoff and Göran Hermerén

 

A Systematic Review of Activities at a High-Volume Ethics Consultation Service

Courtenay R. Bruce, Martin L. Smith, Sabahat Hizlan, and Richard R. Sharp

 

Report of the AMA Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs: Professionalism in the Use of Social Media

Rebecca Shore, Julia Halsey, Kavita Shah, Bette-Jane Crigger, and Sharon P. Douglas

 

Online Professionalism: Social Media, Social Contracts, Trust, and Medicine

Lois Snyder

 

Medical Professionalism: A Tale of Two Doctors

Tristan Gorrindo and James E. Groves

 

Nonclinical Use of Online Social Networking Sites: New and Old Challenges to Medical Professionalism

Lindsay A. Thompson and Erik W. Black

 

Blurring Boundaries and Online Opportunities

Jeanne M. Farnan and Vineet M. Arora

 

Physician, Monitor Thyself: Professionalism and Accountability in the Use of Social Media

Tara Lagu and S. Ryan Greysen

 

Social Media and Interpersonal Relationships: For Better or Worse?

Norman Quist

 

Certifying Clinical Ethics Consultants: Who Pays?

Marianne Burda

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Fall 2011, Volume 22, Number 3

 

Entire issue, Fall 2011, Volume 22, Number 3

 

Separate articles:

 

Ethical Challenges When Patients Have Dementia

Edmund G. Howe

 

Incapable Sex: A Case Study

Bethan J. Everett

 

Training Currently Practicing Members of the Ethics Consultation Service: One Institution’s Experience

Rebecca L. Volpe

 

Accuracy of a Decision Aid for Advance Care Planning: Simulated End-of-Life Decision Making

Benjamin H. Levi, Steven R. Heverley, and Michael J. Green

 

Advance Care Directives: Realities and Challenges in Central California

Marc Tunzi

 

Introduction to “Exemplary Cases in Clinical Ethics”

Leslie LeBlanc

 

Clinical Ethics Case Report: Questionable Capacity and the Guidance of Living Wills

Ari VanderWalde

          

Exemplary Cases in Clinical Ethics: Commentary on the Case of Mr. A.

Jeffrey Spike

 

Mind the Gap: The Lack of Common Language in Healthcare Ethics

Michael A. Kekewich, Dorothyann Curran, Jennifer L. Cornick, and Thomas C. Foreman

 

Perspective: The Findings of the Dartmouth Atlas Project: A Challenge to Clinical and Ethical Excellence in End-of-Life Care

John J. Mitchell, Jr.

 

Legal Briefing: Futile or Non-Beneficial Treatment

Thaddeus Mason Pope

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Winter 2011, Volume 22, Number 4

 

Entire Issue, Winter 2011, Volume 22, Number 4

 

Separate articles:

 

How Mediation (and Other) Approaches May Improve Ethics Consultants’ Outcomes
Edmund G. Howe

Consensus, Clinical Decision Making, and Unsettled Cases
David M. Adams and William J. Winslade

The Role of the Clinical Ethics Consultant in “Unsettled” Cases
David M. Adams

The Roles of the Ethics Consultant
William J. Winslade

Confronting Ambiguity: Identifying Options for Infants with Trisomy 18
Sabrina F. Derrington and April R. Dworetz

“Facilitated Consensus,” “Ethics Facilitation,” and Unsettled Cases
Mark P. Aulisio

Commentary on “Consensus, Clinical Decision Making, and Unsettled Cases”
Albert R. Jonsen

Final Comments
David M. Adams and William J. Winslade

Ill-Placed Democracy: Ethics Consultations and the Moral Status of Voting
Autumn M. Fiester

Commentary on Fiester’s “Ill-Placed Democracy: Ethics Consultations and the Moral Status of Voting”
Nancy Neveloff Dubler

Clinical Ethics Consultation’s Dilemma, and a Solution
Lisa M. Rasmussen