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MEDICAL ETHICS PRACTICUM

BARNES-JEWISH HOSPITAL





RESOURCES




Barnes-Jewish Christian (BJC) Hospice Program

St. Louis Children's Hospital - Home Care and Hospice: The Wings Program



Bernard Becker Medical Library (Washington University) - Bioethics

Center for Clinical and Research Ethics at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Health and Human Rights Resources

Medical Ethics Resources
 


Link to Jonsen textbook (BJH and Wash U computer access only):        http://accessmedicine.mhmedical.com.beckerproxy.wustl.edu/book.aspx?bookid=364   





Ethics Practicum Library (5 Wohl Clinic Conference Room):


Cancer:

Malignant. Medical Ethicists Confront Cancer. Dresser, Rebecca, Editor. 2012. Oxford Univ. Press (2 copies)                                      

The Emperor of All Maladies.  A Biography of Cancer.  Mukherjee, Siddhartha


Educational:

A Handbook Of Bioethics Terms. Tubbs Jr., James B.

A Short History of Medical Ethics.  Jonsen, Albert R.

Anticipate and Communicate.  Ethical Management of Incidental and Secondary Findings in the Clinical, Research, and Direct-to-Consumer Contexts.  Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.  December 2013.

Are Workarounds Ethical?  Managing Moral Problems in Health Care Systems.  Berlinger, Nancy.

Bioethics for Every Generation.  Deliberation and Education in Health, Science, and Technology.  Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.                                         

Bioethics Mediation.  A Guide to Shaping Shared Solutions. Dubler, Nancy Neveloff and Liebman, Carol B.  (2 copies).

Clinical Ethics. A Practical Approach To Ethical Decisions In Clinical Medicine. 7th Edition.  Jonsen, Albert R., Siegler, Mark, Winslade, William J.

Complex Ethics Consultations. Cases that Haunt Us.  Ford, Paul J. and Dudzinski, Denise M. Editors. (4 copies).

Core Competencies for Healthcare Ethics Consultation. 2nd Edition.  American Society for Bioethics + Humanities. (4 copies).

Ethical Choices. Case Studies for Medical Practice. 2nd Edition.  Snyder, Lois, Editor.

Gray Matters. Integrative Approaches for Neuroscience, Ethics, and Society. Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues. Volume 1.  May 2014.

Gray Matters.  Topics at the Intersection of Neuroscience, Ethics, and Society. Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues. Volume 2. March 2015.

Guidance for Healthcare Ethics Committees. Hester, D. Micah and Schonfeld, Toby, Editors.

Handbook for Health Care Ethics Committees. 2nd Edition.  Post, Linda Farber & Blustein, Jeffrey.

How Doctors Think. Clinical Judgment and the Practice of Medicine.  Montgomery,Kathryn.

Improving Competencies in Clinical Ethics Consultation.  An Education Guide. 2nd Edition. American Society for Bioethics + Humanities. (4 copies).

Medicine and Social Justice. Essays on the Distribution of Health Care. 2nd Edition.  Rhodes, Rosamond, Battin, Margaret P., and Silvers, Anita, Editors. (2 copies

The Patient as Agent of Health and Health Care. Sullivan Mark D.  2017.  Oxford Univ. Press

Patient, Heal Thyself. How the New Medicine Puts the Patient in Charge.  Veatch, Robert M.

Pets and People.  Overall, Christine.  2017. Oxford Univ. Press.

Principles of Biomedical Ethics. 7th Edition.  Beauchamp, Tom L, and Childress, James F.

The Journal of Medicine & Philosophy. A forum for bioethics and philosophy of medicine. Volume 40, Issue 1, February 2015. Issues In Clinical Ethics. McCullough, Laurence B., Editor.

What Patients Teach. The Everyday Ethics of Health Care.  Churchill, Larry R., Fanning, Joseph B., and Schenck, David


End of Life Care:

Being Mortal. Medicine and What Matters in the End.  Gawande, Atul. (2 copies)

The Hastings Center Guidelines For Decisions On Life-Sustaining Treatment And Care Near The End Of Life. Revised and Expanded Second Edition.  Berlinger, Nancy, Jennings, Bruce, Wolf, Susan M.

Unplugged. Reclaiming Our Right To Die In America. Colby, William H.


Human Subjects Research:

“Ethically Impossible” STD Research in Guatemala from 1946 to 1948. Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues. September 2011.

Moral Science. Protecting Participants in Human Subjects Research.  Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues. December 2011.

Medical Experimentation:

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. Skloot, Rebecca.


Mental Health:

Applied Ethics in Mental Health Care.  An Interdisciplinary Reader.  Sisti, Dominic A., Caplan, Arthur L., and Rimon-Greenspan, Hila, Editors.


Nursing:

Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements. American Nurses Association. (4 copies).

Legal and Ethical Aspects of Care.  HPNA Palliative Nursing Manuals.  Coyle, Nessa, PhD, APRN, FAAN, Editor.

Moral Distress and You:  Supporting Ethical Practice and Moral Resilience in Nursing.  American Nurses Association.

Practical Ethics For Nurses And Nursing Students. A Short Reference Manual. Schroeter, Kathryn, Derse, Arthur, Junkeman, Charles, Schiedermayer, David.


Palliative Medicine:

Evidence-Based Practice Of Palliative Medicine. Goldstein and Morrison.

Hospice Ethics.  Policy and Practice in Palliative Care.  Kirk, Timothy W., and Jennings, Bruce, Editors.


Pediatrics:

Pediatric Ethics.  Protecting the Interests of Children.  Fleischman, Alan R., MD.

Safeguarding Children.  Pediatric Medical Countermeasure Research.  Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.  March 2013.


Physicians:

Ethics Manual. 6th Edition. American College of Physicians.

Practical Plans for Difficult Conversations in Medicine. Strategies That Work In Breaking Bad News. MD, PhD., Buckman, Robert.

The Nature of Clinical Medicine. The Return Of The Clinician.  Cassell, Eric J.

The Nature of Healing. The Modern Practice of Medicine.  Cassell, Eric J.


Public Health:

Ethics and Ebola. Public Health Planning and Response.  Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.  February 2015.

Race/Gender:

African American Bioethics:  Culture, Race, and Identity.  1st Edition.  MD, Prograis, Jr, Lawrence J. and MD, Pellegrino, Edmund. D, Editors.

Mama Might Be Better Off Dead:  The Failure of Health Care in Urban America.  1st Edition.  Abraham, Laurie Kaye.

Private Bodies, Public Texts:  Race, Gender, and a Cultural Bioethics.  Holloway, Karla FC.


Race/Gender:

African American Bioethics:  Culture, Race, and Identity.  1st Edition.  MD, Prograis, Jr, Lawrence J. and MD, Pellegrino, Edmund. D, Editors.

Mama Might Be Better Off Dead:  The Failure of Health Care in Urban America.  1st Edition.  Abraham, Laurie Kaye.

Private Bodies, Public Texts:  Race, Gender, and a Cultural Bioethics.  Holloway, Karla FC.



Religion:

Christian Bioethics. Non-Ecumenical Studies In Medical Mortality. Volume 21, Number 1, April 2015. Bioethics After Pope Francis. Iltis, Ana S., Editor.


Social Work:

Current Controversies in Social Work Ethics: Case Examples. National Association of Social Workers.

Ethical Standards in Social Work. A REVIEW OF THE NASW CODE OF ETHICS. 2ND EDITION. REAMER, FREDERIC G.

The Social Work Ethics Casebook. Cases and Commentary. Reamer, Frederic G.


Spirituality:


Hippocratic, Religious, and Secular Medical Ethics.  The Points of Conflict.  Veatch, Robert M.

The Rebirth of the Clinic:  An Introduction to Spirituality in Health Care. 1st Edition.  MD,PhD, Sulmasy, Daniel P.

When Breath Becomes Air.  Kalanithi, Paul.

Transplantation:

Transplantation Ethics. 2nd Edition. Veatch, Robert M. and Ross, Lainie, F.


 



 

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