The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Spring 2005, Volume 16, Number 1

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Summer 2005, Volume 16, Number 2

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Fall 2005, Volume 16, Number 3

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Winter 2005, Volume 16, Number 4

 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Spring 2005, Volume 16, Number 1

Entire issue Spring 2005, Volume 16, Number 1

 

Patients’ Interests in their Family Members’ Well-Being: An Overlooked, Fundamental Consideration within Substituted Judgments
Jeffrey T. Berger

Autonomy and the Role of the Family in Making Decisions at the End of Life
Jonathan M. Breslin

Application of Systems Principles to Resolving Ethical Dilemmas in Medicine
George F. Blackall, Michael J. Green, and Steve Sims

Dawning of Awareness: The Experience of Surrogate Decision Making at the End of Life
Jane Chambers-Evans and Franco A. Carnavale

Evolution of a Living Donor Liver Transplantation Advocacy Program
Lisa Anderson-Shaw, Mary Lou Schmidt, Jeanine Elkin, William Chamberlin, Enrico Benedetti, and Guiliano Testa

Wanted Dead or Alive? Kidney Transplantation in Inmates Awaiting Execution
Jacob M. Appel

Recommendations for the Ethical Conduct of Quality Improvement
Ellen Fox and James A. Tulsky

Ethical Evaluation of “Retainer Fee” Medical Practice
Mervin H. Needell and John S. Kenyon

Urine Trouble: Practical, Legal, and Ethical Issues Surrounding Mandated Drug Testing of Physicians
Martin Donohoe

 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Summer 2005, Volume 16, Number 2

Entire issue Summer 2005, Volume 16, Number 2


Why Are They Boxing Us in Like This?
Edmund G. Howe
 

Do Elderly Persons’ Concerns for Family Burden Influence their Preferences for Future Participation in Dementia Research?
Jeffrey T. Berger and S. Deborah Majerovitz

The Politics of Care: Dementia and Accounting versus Caring for Mortification
Alice Stollmeyer

Deciding for Others at the End of Life: Storytelling and Moral Agency
Mark Yarborough

Emancipation, Capacity, and the Difference Between Law and Ethics
Evan G. DeRenzo, Philip Panzarella, Steve Selinger, and Jack Schwartz
 

Proactive Bioethics Screening: A Prelude to Bioethics Consultation
Leon Morgenstern

Readability Level of HIPAA Notices of Privacy Practices Used by Physical Rehabilitation Centers
Steven Walfish and Sean P. Sharp

Physicians, Medical Ethics, and Capital Punishment
Timothy F. Murphy
 

Saying “Good-Bye”: Ethical Issues in the Stewardship of Bed Spaces
Katrina A. Bramstedt and Paul L. Schneider


A Response to Shalowitz and Emanuel
Gerrit Kimsma, Keith L. Obstein, and Tod Chambers

 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Fall 2005, Volume 16, Number 3

Entire issue Fall 2005, Volume 16, Number 3
 

When Should Ethics Consultants Risk Giving their Personal Views?
Edmund G. Howe

Specters, Traces, and Regret in Ethics Consultation
Paul J. Ford and Denise M. Dudzinski

“Amputate My Arm Please — I Don’t Want It Anymore”
Denise M. Dudzinski

Helping Staff Help a “Hateful” Patient: The Case of TJ
Joy D. Skeel and Kristi S. Williams

Misjudging Needs: A Messy Spiral of Complexity
Paul J. Ford

The Sound of Chains: A Tragedy
Jeffrey Spike

“But How Can We Choose?”
Richard M. Zaner


Ethics First Aid: Reframing the Role of “Principlism” in Clinical Ethics Education and Practice
Daryl Pullman

Confidence and Knowledge of Medical Ethics among Interns Entering Residency in Different Specialties
Daniel P. Sulmasy, Robert E. Ferris, and Wayne A. Ury

 

In Defense of Tongue Splitting
Jacob M. Appel

Cochlear Implants in Children: Ethics, Informed Consent, and Parental Decision Making
Abby L. Berg, Alice Herb, and Marsha Hurst

Dying While Homeless: Is It a Concern When Life Itself Is Such a Struggle?
John Song, Edward R. Ratner, and Dianne M. Bartels

Raging Against the Night: Dying Homeless and Alone
James J. O’Connell
 

Ethical Issues Encountered by Clinical Researchers
Gordon DuVal, Gary Gensler, and Marion Danis

 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Winter 2005, Volume 16, Number 4

Entire issue Winter 2005, Volume 16, Number 4


Shame, Slap Jack, and Families that Should Lie
Edmund G. Howe


The District of Columbia Amends its Health-Care Decisions Act: Bioethics Committees in the Arena of Public Policy
Douglas B. Mishkin and Gail Povar

Families and Bioethics: Old Problems, New Themes
James Lindemann Nelson

Voice: Cognitive Impairment and Medical Decision Making
Tia Powell

On the Mend: Alzheimer’s and Family Caregiving
Hilde Lindemann

Imaginary Fathers: A Sentimental Perspective on the Question of Identifying Sperm Donors
Catherine Belling

Like a Motherless Child: Fetal Eggs and Families
Laura Purdy

Families and Futility: Forestalling Demands for Futile Treatment
John Hardwig

Practicing Physicians and the Role of Family Surrogate Decision Making
George E. Hardart and Robert D. Truog

The State of Research Ethics: A Tribute to John C. Fletcher
Franklin G. Miller and Jonathan D. Moreno

Informed Consent: An End or a Means? A Response to Miller and Moreno
Robert D. Truog

Informed Consent and the Therapeutic Misconception: Clarifying the Challenge
Gopal Sreenivasan

Response to F.G. Miller and J.D. Moreno, “The State of Research Ethics: A Tribute to John C. Fletcher”
H.M. Evans

Informed Consent and the Ethics of Clinical Research: Reply to Commentaries
Franklin G. Miller and Jonathan D. Moreno