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Le soin, une philosophie : Choisir et vivre des pratiques de reconnaissance réciproque
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ISSN: 16230604 ISBN: 9782842761905 2842761901 Year: 2013 Publisher: Paris Seli-Arslan

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Pourquoi et comment le soin est-il reconnu aujourd’hui comme une nouvelle catégorie proprement philosophique ? Qu’est-ce qui explique, ou fait comprendre, que cette notion largement réservée à la littérature professionnelle spécialisée soit devenue un mot clé dans le domaine tout entier des sciences humaines ? Avons-nous ressenti un manque, un besoin, un désir d’humanité, de compassion, de confiance ? Avons-nous craint, une nouvelle fois, pour l’avenir des hommes ? Les analyses proposées dans cet ouvrage cherchent des éléments de réponse praticables, effectifs, concrets à ces questions.Ces éléments, l’auteur les met en valeur en conjuguant les réflexions des auteurs philosophes et celles des professionnels des soins qui, hors de l’immédiateté de leurs pratiques, dans le recul, sont également des acteurs de la philosophie. C’est en allant à leur rencontre dans le cadre de son enseignement ou directement sur leur lieu de travail (c’est-à-dire de soins) qu’il a pu saisir qu’en ces lieux et ces moments la parole a vraiment besoin d’être vraie. Sont particulièrement développés les thèmes de la vulnérabilité, de la dignité, de l’empathie, de la vérité ou de la délibération. Les principes en éthique d’aide et des soins sont décrits et enrichis, en montrant que les valeurs éthiques ne peuvent être figées. Les notions originales de l’« à-chaque-fois » ou de « l’être-nous » interpelleront encore les soignants soucieux d’interroger leurs pratiques.En croisant la pensée philosophique sur le soin et la réflexion émanant des acteurs des pratiques soignantes comme de ceux qui les enseignent, ce livre vise à œuvrer à la reconnaissance du soin comme source et ressource d’humanité.

Bioethics : a systematic approach
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ISBN: 9780195159066 0195159063 Year: 2006 Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press,

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This book is the result of over 30 years of collaboration among its authors. It uses the systematic account of our common morality developed by one of its authors to provide a useful foundation for dealing with the moral problems and disputes that occur in the practice of medicine. The analyses of impartiality, rationality, and of morality as a public system not only explain why some bioethical questions, such as the moral acceptability of abortion, cannot be resolved, but also provide a method for determining the correct answer for those occasions when a bioethical question has a unique correct answer. This new edition includes an entire chapter that has been added to address the controversial issue of abortion within the authors' distinct framework. This book presents the latest revisions of the authors' orignial analyses of the concepts of death and disease, analyses that have had a significant impact on the field of bioethics. It also includes an added chapter on mental disorders, where the authors' definition influenced what psychiatry classifies as a mental disorder, and so has had an impact that reveals beyond the field of bioethics. In this edition, the authors also offer a new, more developed perspective on the concept of valid or informed consent by considering what information physicians should be required to know before proposing screening, diagnostic testing, prescribing medications, or performing surgery. The book also integrates some of the important insights of the field of clinical epidemiology into its discussion of valid consent. Its account of paternalism and its justification, perhaps the most ubiquitous moral problem in medical ethics, has had considerable influence. Its discussion of euthanasia and physician assisted suicide challenges the standard views that have been put forward by both proponents and opponents of physician assisted suicide and voluntary active euthanasia.

Ethical issues in community health care.
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ISBN: 034066195X Year: 1998 Publisher: London Arnold,

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Despite the recent increased emphasis on ethics in health care, the subject of community health care is rarely specifically addressed. Yet it is in the community that many ethical issues arise, both in the particular practice situation and in the wider social issues connected with changes in government policy. This edited text discusses these questions and looks at the whole range of community health nursing in the UK. The multidisciplinary group of contributors explore the issues of theory and practice that arise in community health care. They encourage critical reflection on the differences between hospital-based care and community care. Everyday issues are addressed that confront health practitioners working in the community, such as discrimination, mental health, standard setting, rationing in health care, public health, health promotion and discharge decision making. This book will be essential reading for practitioners on post-registration courses in community health and students following courses in health care ethics and nursing studies.

Building bioethics : conversations with Clouser and friends on medical ethics.
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ISBN: 0792358538 9786610043347 1280043342 0306468719 Year: 1999 Volume: 62 Publisher: Dordrecht Kluwer Academic Publishers,

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K. Danner Clouser is one of the most important figures in establishing and shaping the fields of medical ethics, bioethics, and the philosophy of education in the second half of the twentieth century. Clouser challenged many established approaches to moral theory and offered innovative strategies for integrating the humanities into professional education, especially that of physicians and nurses. The contributions published in Building Bioethics: Conversations with Clouser and Friends on Medical Ethics are unique both in their devotion to a critical review of his contributions, and in bringing together internationally known figures in bioethics, medical ethics, and philosophy of medicine to comment upon Clouser's work. These leaders of the field include Tom Beauchamp, Daniel Callahan, James Childress, Nancy Dubler, H. Tristram Engelhardt, Al Jonsen, Loretta Kopelman, Larry McCullough, John Moskop, and Robert Veatch. This book merits special attention from those interested in bioethics, philosophy of medicine, medical ethics, philosophy, medical education, religious studies, and nursing education.

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Bioethics -- Miscellanea. --- Clouser, K. Danner. --- Medical ethics -- Miscellanea. --- Medical ethics --- Bioethics --- Ethical Theory --- Morals --- Principle-Based Ethics --- Philosophy --- Education, Medical --- Ethics, Medical --- Ethics --- Psychology, Social --- Ethics, Clinical --- Education, Professional --- Humanities --- Education --- Ethics, Professional --- Health Care Quality, Access, and Evaluation --- Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms --- Psychiatry and Psychology --- Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena --- Health Care --- Medical Ethics & Philosophy --- Medicine --- Health & Biological Sciences --- Philosophy & Religion --- principebenadering (principalisme, autonomie, weldadigheid, weldoen, non maleficence, rechtvaardigheid) --- Biomedical ethics --- Clinical ethics --- Health care ethics --- Medical care --- Professional ethics --- Nursing ethics --- Social medicine --- Biology --- Life sciences --- Life sciences ethics --- Science --- principlisme (principisme, principe éthique, autonomie, bienfaisance, non-malfaisance, non-nuisance, justice) --- Moral and ethical aspects --- Festschrift - Libri Amicorum --- Bioethics. --- Ethics, Medical. --- Morals. --- Ethique médicale --- Bioéthique --- Miscellanea --- Miscellanées --- EPUB-LIV-FT SPRINGER-B --- Conduct of life --- Ethics. --- Medical ethics. --- Philosophy (General). --- Medicine-Philosophy. --- Theory of Medicine/Bioethics. --- Philosophy, general. --- Philosophy of Medicine.

Ethics and medical decision-making.
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ISBN: 075462112X Year: 2001 Publisher: Aldershot Ashgate,


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Choosing life, choosing death : the tyranny of autonomy in medical ethics and law
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ISBN: 9781841139296 Year: 2009 Publisher: Oxford : Hart,

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Autonomy is a vital principle in medical law and ethics. It occupies a prominent place in all medico-legal and ethical debate. But there is a dangerous presumption that it should have the only vote, or at least the casting vote. This book is an assault on that presumption, and an audit of autonomy's extraordinary status.

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Medical ethics --- Medical care --- Life --- Death --- Autonomy (Philosophy) --- Law and legislation --- bio-ethiek (medische, biomedische ethiek, bio-ethische aspecten) --- principebenadering (principalisme, autonomie, weldadigheid, weldoen, non maleficence, rechtvaardigheid) --- voortplanting (reproductie) --- abortus (vrijwillige zwangerschapsafbreking) --- reproductieve technologie (voortplantingstechnologie, medisch begeleide voortplanting, MBV, artificiële voortplanting, kunstmatige voortplanting) --- geïnformeerde vrijwillige toestemming (instemming) --- biomedisch, medisch-wetenschappelijk onderzoek --- levenseinde (einde van het leven, levenseindebeslissing) --- transplantatie (orgaantransplantatie, weefseltransplantatie, allocatie van organen, donorschaarste) --- lichaamsmateriaal (lichaam, menselijk lichaamsmateriaal) --- bioéthique (éthique médicale, biomédicale, aspects bioéthiques) --- principlisme (principisme, principe éthique, autonomie, bienfaisance, non-malfaisance, non-nuisance, justice) --- procréation (reproduction) --- avortement (interruption volontaire de grossesse, IVG) --- technique de reproduction (technique de procréation, procréation médicalement assistée, PMA, procréation artificielle) --- consentement libre et éclairé --- recherche biomédicale --- fin de vie (décision de fin de vie) --- transplantation (transplantation d'organes, transplantation de tissus humains, greffe d'organes, pénurie d'organes, allocation d'organes) --- matériel corporel humain, (corps humain) --- Biomedical ethics --- Clinical ethics --- Ethics, Medical --- Health care ethics --- Medicine --- Bioethics --- Professional ethics --- Nursing ethics --- Social medicine --- Medical laws and legislation --- Dying --- End of life --- Terminal care --- Terminally ill --- Thanatology --- Philosophy --- Moral and ethical aspects

Health care ethics : principles and problems.
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ISBN: 0138566348 Year: 1998 Publisher: Englewood Cliffs Prentice Hall,

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Medical ethics --- Medical ethics --- abortus (vrijwillige zwangerschapsafbreking) --- bio-ethiek (medische, biomedische ethiek, bio-ethische aspecten) --- biomedisch, medisch-wetenschappelijk onderzoek --- geïnformeerde vrijwillige toestemming (instemming) --- gezondheidszorg --- levenseinde (einde van het leven, levenseindebeslissing) --- principebenadering (principalisme, autonomie, weldadigheid, weldoen, non maleficence, rechtvaardigheid) --- reproductieve technologie (voortplantingstechnologie, medisch begeleide voortplanting, MBV, artificiële voortplanting, kunstmatige voortplanting) --- transplantatie (orgaantransplantatie, weefseltransplantatie, allocatie van organen, donorschaarste) --- zorgethiek (ethiek van de zorg, zorgrelatie) --- zorg (zorgverstrekking, zorgverlening) --- Medical ethics --- Biomedical ethics --- Clinical ethics --- Ethics, Medical --- Health care ethics --- Medical care --- Medicine --- Case studies --- avortement (interruption volontaire de grossesse, IVG) --- bioéthique (éthique médicale, biomédicale, aspects bioéthiques) --- recherche biomédicale --- consentement libre et éclairé --- soins de santé --- fin de vie (décision de fin de vie) --- principlisme (principisme, principe éthique, autonomie, bienfaisance, non-malfaisance, non-nuisance, justice) --- technique de reproduction (technique de procréation, procréation médicalement assistée, PMA, procréation artificielle) --- transplantation (transplantation d'organes, transplantation de tissus humains, greffe d'organes, pénurie d'organes, allocation d'organes) --- éthique des soins --- soins (prestation de soins) --- Moral and ethical aspects --- Moral and ethical aspects

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