May 4, 2016
Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy (vol. 19, no. 1, 2016) is available online by subscription only.
- “Solicitude: Balancing Compassion and Empowerment in a Relational Ethics of Hope—An Empirical-Ethical Study in Palliative Care” by Erik Olsman, Dick Willems, and Carlo Leget
- “Reconsidering Kantian Arguments against Organ Selling” by Zumrut Alpinar-Sencan
- “The Ethical Implications and Religious Significance of Organ Transplantation Payment Systems” by Hunter Jackson Smith
- “Moral Implications of Obstetric Technologies for Pregnancy and Motherhood” by Susanne Brauer
- “Child’s Objection to Non-Beneficial Research: Capacity and Distress Based Models” by Marcin Waligora, Joanna Rozynska, and Jan Piasecki
- “Do We Need a Threshold Conception of Competence?” by Govert den Hartogh
- “Towards a Genealogy of Pharmacological Practice” by Ricardo Camargo and Nicolas Ried
- “Two Kinds of Autism: A Comparison of Distinct Understandings of Psychiatric Disease” by Berend Verhoeff
- “Rethinking Risk Assessment for Emerging Technology First-in-Human Trials” by Anna Genske and Sabrina Engle-Glatter
- “Forensic Uses of Research Biobanks: Should Donors Be Informed?” by Vilius Dranseika, Jan Piasecki, and Marcin Waligora
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