The Resource Informed consent, proxy consent, and Catholic bioethics : for the good of the subject, by Grzegorz Mazur

Informed consent, proxy consent, and Catholic bioethics : for the good of the subject, by Grzegorz Mazur

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Informed consent, proxy consent, and Catholic bioethics : for the good of the subject
Title
Informed consent, proxy consent, and Catholic bioethics
Title remainder
for the good of the subject
Statement of responsibility
by Grzegorz Mazur
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
StDuBDS
Dewey number
174.28
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Philosophy and medicine
Series volume
v. 112
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Informed consent, proxy consent, and Catholic bioethics : for the good of the subject, by Grzegorz Mazur
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Contents note continued: 10.2.1.The Later William E. May -- 10.2.2.Benedict Ashley and Kevin O'Rourke -- 10.2.3.The Teaching of the Magisterium -- 11.Resolution of Issues Related to Proxy Decision Making -- 11.1.Moral Truth, Conscience, and Virtue -- 11.2.Moral Absolutes and Human Dignity -- 11.3.Proxy Consent and the Subject's Good
  • Contents note continued: 2.3.CIOMS/WHO International Ethical Guidelines for Biomedical Research Involving Human Subjects -- 2.3.1.Brief Historical and Cultural Introduction to the Guidelines -- 2.3.2.Content of the Guidelines -- 2.4.The Belmont Report -- 2.4.1.Belmont's Origins -- 2.4.2.Belmont's Three Principles -- 2.4.3.Informed Consent and the Three Principles -- 2.5.Conclusion -- 3.The Major Current Interpretations of the Principle of Free and Informed Consent -- 3.1.Relevant Magisterial Teaching -- 3.1.1.Charter for Health Care Workers -- 3.1.2.The Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services -- 3.1.3.Conclusion -- 3.2.Relevant Philosophical and Theological Approaches -- 3.2.1.Paul Ramsey -- 3.2.2.Edmund Pellegrino and David C. Thomasma -- 3.2.3.Ruth Faden, Tom Beauchamp, and James F. Childress -- 3.2.4.Germain Grisez -- 3.3.Exceptions to Free and Informed Consent -- 4.Introduction to the Issue of Proxy Consent --
  • Contents note continued: 5.Standards for Proxy Consent in the Therapeutic Situation -- 5.1.Standards for Proxy Decision Making -- 5.1.1.The Substituted Judgment Standard (SJS) -- 5.1.2.The Pure Autonomy Standard (PAS) -- 5.1.3.The Best Interests Standard (BIS) -- 5.2.Major Issues -- 6.Critique of Proxy Consent Standards -- 6.1.Status of the Principle of Autonomy -- 6.2.Autonomy as Pure Self-Determination -- 6.2.1.Anthropological Consequences -- 6.2.2.Autonomy and the Theory of the Good -- 6.2.3.Autonomy and Intrinsic Goodness -- 6.3.Autonomy vs. Beneficence -- 7.The Golden Rule and Proxy Decision Making -- 7.1.In Search of a Rationale -- 7.2.Golden Rule, Reason and Virtue -- 7.3.The Golden Rule, Friendship, and Christian Revelation -- 8.Preliminary Considerations on Proxy Consent in the Nontherapeutic Situation -- 8.1.Nontherapeutic Research and Basic Research Taxonomy -- 8.1.1.Basic vs. Clinical Research -- 8.1.2.Descriptive Research: Case Studies and Case Series --
  • Contents note continued: 8.1.3.Exploratory Research: Cohort and Case-Control Studies -- 8.1.4.Experimental Research: Clinical Trials -- 8.2.Vulnerable Research Subjects -- 8.2.1.Psychiatric and Mentally Handicapped Patients -- 8.2.2.Prisoners -- 8.2.3.Children -- 8.2.4.Unborn Humans: Embryos and Fetuses -- 8.3.Conclusion -- 9.Proxy Consent in Nontherapeutic Settings -- 9.1.Paul Ramsey vs. Richard A. McCormick -- 9.2.The Early William E. May vs. Richard A. McCormick -- 9.3.The Evolution of the Debate -- 9.3.1.The National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research -- 9.3.2.Stephen Toulmin and Victor Worsfold -- 9.3.3.William G. Bartholome -- 9.3.4.The Early H. Tristram Engelhardt and Robert M. Veatch -- 10.Analysis -- 10.1.The Debate Revisited -- 10.1.1.Overrated Position of Autonomy -- 10.1.2.Reasonable-Person Standard -- 10.1.3.The Scope of Parental Authority over Children -- 10.2.Toward a Sound Solution --
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.The Historical Development of the Principle of Free and Informed Consent -- 1.1.Debate on the Origin of the Principle of Free and Informed Consent in Medical and Research Practices -- 1.2.The Roots of the Principle of Free and Informed Consent in the Catholic Tradition Prior to World War II -- 1.2.1.An Early Claim for Free and Informed Consent -- 1.2.2.The Principle of Superiority of Persons over the Interests of Science and Society -- 2.The Articulation of the Principle of Free and Informed Consent in Human-Rights Documents -- 2.1.The Nuremberg Code -- 2.1.1.Historical and Ethical Background of the Nuremberg Code -- 2.1.2.Content of the Nuremberg Code -- 2.1.3.Influence of the Nuremberg Code on International and U.S. Regulations -- 2.2.Declaration of Helsinki -- 2.2.1.Helsinki I -- 2.2.2.Helsinki II -- 2.2.3.Helsinki III, IV and V -- 2.2.4.Helsinki VI and Notes of Clarification --
Control code
000047986160
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xv, 241 p.
Isbn
9789400721951
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ebl9400721951

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