The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Spring 2007, Volume 18, Number 1

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Summer 2007, Volume 18, Number 2

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Fall 2007, Volume 18, Number 3

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Winter 2007, Volume 18, Number 4

 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Spring 2007, Volume 18, Number 1

Entire issue, Spring 2007, Volume 18, Number 1

 

Taking Patients’ Values Seriously
Edmund G. Howe
 

How Much Risk Can Medicine Allow a Willing Altruist?
David Steinberg


Living Donor Transplantation: The Perfect Balance of Public Oversight and Medical Responsibility
Maryam Valapour


Reply to Valapour, “Living Donor Transplantation: The Perfect Balance of Public Oversight and Medical Responsibility”
David Steinberg


What Should We Do with Patients Who Buy a Kidney Overseas?
Marie-Chantal Fortin, Delphine Roigt, and Hubert Doucet
 

As Sure As Eggs? Responses to an Ethical Question Posed by Abramov, Elchalal, and Schenker
Deborah Sarah Ferber


Is Subfertility a Medical Condition?
Jeroen D. Kok
 

Some Reflections on IVF, Emotions, and Patient Autonomy
Deborah Sarah Ferber
 

Ethical Considerations in Clinical Care of the “VIP”
Thomas Schenkenberg, Neil K. Kochenour, and Jeffrey R. Botkin
 

Ethics Consultants’ Recommendations for Life-Prolonging Treatment of Patients in Persistent Vegetative State: A Follow-up Study
Ellen Fox, Frona C. Daskal, and Carol Stocking


Legal Trends in Bioethics
Sigrid Fry-Revere
 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Summer 2007, Volume 18, Number 2

Entire issue, Summer 2007, Volume 18, Number 2

 

“I’m Still Glad You Were Born” — Careproviders and Genetic Counseling
Edmund G. Howe
 

The Role of Substituted Judgment in the Aftermath of a Suicide Attempt
Robert C. Macauley


Commentary: Support for Case-Based Analysis in Decision Making after a Suicide Attempt
Tia Powell


Flipping the Default: A Novel Approach to Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in End-Stage Dementia
Angelo E. Volandes and Elmer D. Abbo


Proactive Ethics Consultation in the ICU: A Comparison of Value Perceived by Healthcare Professionals and Recipients
Felicia Cohn, Paula Goodman-Crews, William Rudman, Lawrence J. Schneiderman, and Ellen Waldman
 

Uncertainty and Moral Judgment: The Limits of Reason in Genetic Decision Making
Mary Terrell White


Pride and Prejudice: Avoiding Genetic Gossip in the Age of Genetic Testing
Darlyn Pirakitikulr and Harold J. Bursztajn


Legal Trends in Bioethics
Sigrid Fry-Revere, with the research assistance of John Joseph Leppard, IV, Molly Elgin, William Bryce Hankins, III, and Scott Ryan Grandt
 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Fall 2007, Volume 18, Number 3

Entire issue, Fall 2007, Volume 18, Number 3

 

How Should Careproviders Respond When the Medical System Leaves a Patient Short?
Edmund G. Howe

Autonomy and the Family as Surrogates for DNR Decisions: A Qualitative Analysis of Dying Cancer Patients’ Talk
Jaklin Eliott and Ian Olver

What Families Say about Surrogacy: A Response to “Autonomy and the Family as (In)appropriate Surrogates for DNR Decisions”
James L. Nelson and Hilde Lindemann

The Armchair Ethicist: It’s All about Location
Douglas S. Diekema

Response from Eliott and Olver
Jaklin Eliott and Ian Olver

Ethics Consultation: Continuing its Analysis
Barbara J. Russell and Deborah A. Pape

Professional Clinical Ethicist: Knowing Why and Limits
Paul J. Ford

Memento . . . Life Imitates Art: The Request for an Ethics Consultation
Sheila Otto

Memory Identity and Capacity
Jeffrey P. Spike

Decision-Making Capacity, Memory and Informed Consent, and Judgment at the Boundaries of the Self
Omar Sultan Haque and Harold Bursztajn

The Challenges of Amnesia in Assessing Capacity, Assigning a Proxy, and Deciding to Forego Life-Prolonging Medical Treatment
Catherine Myser

Harvard Medical School Public Forum: Insuring the Uninsured: Does Massachusetts Have the Right Model? 17 May 2007
Lisa Lehmann

Legal Trends in Bioethics
Sigrid Fry-Revere and Sheeba Koshy

 

 

 

The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Winter 2007, Volume 18, Number 4

Entire issue, Winter 2007, Volume 18, Number 4

 

When Family Members Disagree
Edmund G. Howe

Beyond Schiavo
Arthur L. Caplan and Edward J. Bergman

Commentary on “Beyond Schiavo”: Beyond Theory
Nancy Neveloff Dubler

A Commentary on Caplan and Bergman: Ethics Mediation — Questions for the Future
Robert Arnold, Mark Aulisio, Ann Begler, and Deborah Seltzer

Mediation and Moral Aporia
Autumn Fiester

Hope, Uncertainty, and Lacking Mechanisms
Norman Quist

How Much Emotion Is Enough?
Annie Janvier

Real Life Informs Consent
Felicia Cohn

What Parents Face with Their Child’s Life-Threatening Illness: Comment on “How Much Emotion Is Enough?” and “Real Life Informs Consent”
Edward J. Krill

Reflections on Love, Fear, and Specializing in the Impossible
David M. Browning, Elaine C. Meyer, Dara Brodsky, and Robert D. Truog

Emotion, Suffering, and Hope: Commentary on “How Much Emotion Is Enough?”
Jason D. Higginson

Let’s Value, But Not Idealize, Emotions
Jodi Halpern

Jewish Law and End-of-Life Decision Making: A Case Report
Craig D. Blinderman

When Surrogates’ Responsibilities and Religious Concerns Intersect
Jeffrey T. Berger

A Tale of Two Daughters: Jewish Law and End-of-Life Decision Making
Dena S. Davis

Commentary on “Jewish Law and End-of-Life Decision Making”
Fred Rosner

The Case of Mr. A.B.
Peter Sloane and Evan G. DeRenzo

Comment on the Case of Mr. A.B.
Paul S. Appelbaum

Legal Trends in Bioethics
Sigrid Fry-Revere, Sheeba Koshy, and John Leppard, IV