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The Resource The American medical ethics revolution : how the AMA's code of ethics has transformed physicians' relationships to patients, professionals, and society, edited by Robert B. Baker ... [et al.]

The American medical ethics revolution : how the AMA's code of ethics has transformed physicians' relationships to patients, professionals, and society, edited by Robert B. Baker ... [et al.]

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The American medical ethics revolution : how the AMA's code of ethics has transformed physicians' relationships to patients, professionals, and society
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The American medical ethics revolution
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how the AMA's code of ethics has transformed physicians' relationships to patients, professionals, and society
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edited by Robert B. Baker ... [et al.]
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.A56 1999
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The American medical ethics revolution : how the AMA's code of ethics has transformed physicians' relationships to patients, professionals, and society, edited by Robert B. Baker ... [et al.]
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Ch. 1. Setting the stage: moral philosophy, Benjamin Rush, and medical ethics in the United States before 1846 -- Ch. 2. The American Medical Ethics Revolution -- Ch. 3. The 1880s Rebellion against the AMA Code of Ethics: "Scientific Democracy" and the dissolution of orthodoxy -- Ch. 4. The challenge of specialism in the 1900s -- Ch. 5. Medical ethics and the media: oaths, codes, and popular culture -- Ch. 6. One hundred fifty years later: the moral status and relevance of the AMA Code of Ethics -- Ch. 7. Professionalism and institutional ethics
  • Ch. 8. Doctor, schmocter: practice positivism -- Ch. 9. Who should control the scope and nature of medical ethics? -- Ch. 10. Medical ethics as a medical matter -- Ch. 11. Professionalism and professional ethics -- Ch. 12. Who needs physicians' professional ethics? -- Ch. 13. Codes visible and invisible: the twentieth-century fate of a nineteenth-century code -- Ch. 14. Alternative medicine and the AMA -- Ch. 15. The challenge of serving both patient and populace -- Ch. 16. The challenge of universal access to health care with limited resources
  • Ch. 17. Future challenges to medical ethics and professional values -- Ch. 18. Can ethics help guide the future of biomedicine? -- Ch. 19. Bioethics in the developing world: national responsibilities and international collaboration -- Ch. 20. Medical ethics and human rights: reflections on the fiftieth anniversary of the Nuremberg Code -- Appendixes: A. Note to 1847 Convention -- B. Introduction to the 1847 Code of Ethics -- C. Code of Ethics (1847) -- D. Principles of Medical Ethics (1903) -- E. Principles of Medical Ethics (1912) -- F. Principles of Medical Ethics (1957) -- G. Principles of Medical Ethics (1980) -- H. Fundamental elements of the Patient-Physician Relationship (1990/1994) -- I. Selected opinions and reports (Opinions 7.03 and 8.061; reports on "Financial Incentives and the Practice of Medicine" and "Sexual Misconduct in the Practice of Medicine")
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xxxix, 396 p.
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