In this descriptive study, our aim was to identify the relationships among sexual discrimination, attitude toward sexual health, and consciousness of biomedical ethics
among Korean adults.
In what follows, I highlight the ways in which culture shapes, influence and directs biomedical decision making on the basis of the four principles of biomedical ethics
Common morality, coherence, and the principles of biomedical ethics
In fact, it can be argued that this tension between individual autonomy and societal paternalism undergirds nearly all current questions of biomedical ethics
Martin's otherwise valuable contribution to this important topic is marred by unnecessary and unwise conceptual gymnastics and by serious misinterpretations both of Principles of Biomedical Ethics
and of the broader bioethical discussion.
David Magnus, of the Centre for Biomedical Ethics
at Stanford University, said: 'It's morally problematic and a little reprehensible.
It's morally problematic and a little reprehensible,' said David Magnus, co-director of the Center for Biomedical Ethics
at Stanford University.
in biomedical ethics
from Pacific Western University, an unaccredited correspondence school offering no classroom instruction.
Two surveys, one of health care social workers (Csikai & Bass, 2000) and one of hospice social workers (Csikai, 2002), found that social workers lacked training in the principles of biomedical ethics
Over the past 5 years, whole-body scanning has become a growth industry, notes Judy Illes of the Stanford (University) Center for Biomedical Ethics
Sandra Soo-Jin Lee is a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Biomedical Ethics
and a lecturer at Stanford University.
Beauchamp and Childress (2001), in a widely acknowledged work on biomedical ethics
, noted the importance of allowing those clients professionals attempt to help to limit and control access to information about themselves.