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Practicing Bioethics
The Practicing Bioethics series provides readers with insight into the professional practices by which bioethicists, physicians, nurses, and other health-care professionals address current ethical issues. These works cut through the usual back-and-forth of abstract arguments to examine how to resolve dilemmas in the clinic, at the bedside, and in the boardroom. The volumes address the teaching of professionalism to health-care professionals, clinical bioethics consultation, death and dying, and clinical genetics, to name a few. This series is ideal for use with undergraduate and graduate students of bioethics, as well as clinicians-in-training.

Editor(s): Mark Kuczewski
Culture, Ethics, and Advance Care Planning
ALISSA HURWITZ SWOTA
Lexington Books • September 2009 • Monograph
Living Professionalism: Reflections on the Practice of Medicine
EDITED BY ERIN A. EGAN AND PATRICIA M. SURDYK - CONTRIBUTIONS BY MONA AHMED; AMY BAERNSTEIN; RICK BOYTE; MARK G...
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers • September 2006 • General Interest
Healing as Vocation: A Medical Professionalism Primer
EDITED BY KAYHAN PARSI AND MYLES SHEEHAN - CONTRIBUTIONS BY DEWITT C. BALDWIN JR.; EUGENE BOISAUBIN; HEIDI CHAN...
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers • August 2006 • Textbook
Death in the Clinic
EDITED BY LYNN A. JANSEN - CONTRIBUTIONS BY DAVID BARNARD; CELIA BERDES; JAMES L. BERNAT; LINDA EMANUEL; ROBERT...
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers • December 2005 • Textbook