0001 
Ethical Theory; Tom Beauchamp, Ph.D.; Georgetown University,
Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1985 (Fall). Undergraduate. 2 p.
Ethical Theory, Public Policy, Treatment Refusal, Right to
Treatment.

0002 
Informed Consent Seminar; Tom Beauchamp, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1985 (Spring).
Graduate. 6 p. Informed Consent, Human Experimentation, Law,
Medicine, Bioethics.

0003 
Freshman Humanities Core Course (Theme for 1986: Bioethics);
Staff; Buena Vista College; 1986. Undergraduate. 2 p.
Reproductive Technologies, Physician Patient Relationship,
Death, Bioethics.

0004 
Principles and Metaphors in Medical Ethics; James F.
Childress, Ph.D.; Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of
Ethics; 1985 (Fall). Graduate. 14 p. Physician Patient
Relationship, Euthanasia, Withholding Treatment, Public
Policy, Resource Allocation, Organ Transplantation.

0005 
Psychology and Law; Norman Finkel, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Psychology Department; 1985 (Fall). Undergraduate.
7 p. Psychology, Involuntary Commitment, Dangerousness,
Treatment Refusal, Right to Treatment.

0006 
Biomedical Ethics in Religious and Secular Perspectives; Isaac
Franck, Ph.D.; Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of
Ethics; 1984 (Spring). Continuing Education. 3 p. Jewish
Ethics, Religious Ethics, Bioethics.

0007 
Ethics in Medicine; Morton Madoff, M.D.; Tufts University,
School of Medicine/Department of Community Health; 1986
(Spring). Graduate Medical Education. 6 p. Medical Ethics,
Treatment Refusal, Informed Consent, Disclosure, Handicapped,
Newborns, Terminally Ill.

0008 
Taking Human Life: Cases and Principles; J. Bryan Hehir,
Ph.D.; Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics;
1984 (Fall). Undergraduate. 4 p. War, Abortion, Euthanasia, 
Value of Life.

0009 
Legal and Ethical Issues in Medicine; William H. Fischer,
J.D., M.B.A.; University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine;
1985 (Fall). Graduate Medical Education. 6 p. Resource
Allocation, Suicide, Euthanasia, Withholding Treatment,
Abortion, Contraception, Informed Consent, Human
Experimentation.

0010 
Medicine in the Community: History of Medicine; Neville Hicks,
Ph.D. and Laurence B. McCullough, Ph.D.; Georgetown University
School of Medicine, Department of Community Medicine; 1985.
Graduate Medical Education. 4 p. Historical Aspects, United
States.

0011 
Medicine in the Community: Ethics Tutorial; Neville Hicks and
Carol R. Buder; University of Adelaide, Australia, Department
of Community Medicine; 1985. Graduate Medical Education. 5 p.
Ethics, Bioethics, Medicine.

0012 
Legal, Ethical, Economic and Administrative Aspects in
Medicine; Gumersindo Blanco, M.D. and Gladys White; University
of Puerto Rico, School of Medicine; 1985. Graduate Medical
Education. 184 p.(Oversize; $10.)  Bioethics, Terminally Ill,
Quality of Life, Law, Medicine, Economics, Costs and Benefits.

0013 
The Virtues and Professional Virtue; William F. May, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1982
(Spring). Undergraduate, Graduate. 5 p. Professional Ethics,
Virtues.

0014 
Aging, Ethics, and Health Care for the Elderly; Steven Lipson
and Laurence B. Mccullough, Ph.D.; Georgetown University,
Department of Community & Family Medicine; 1984 (Fall).
Graduate Medical Education. 4 p. Aged, Bioethics, Health Care.

0015 
Human Values in the Health Profession; Laurence B. McCullough,
Ph.D. and Carol R. Buder; Georgetown University, Department of
Community Medicine & School of Nursing; 1984 (Fall). Graduate.
4 p. Nursing Ethics, Law, Allowing to Die, Withholding
Treatment, Medicine.

0016 
Legal and Bioethical Issues in Health Care Management; Cynthia
Northrup and Gladys White; Georgetown University, School of
Nursing; 1984 (Fall). Graduate. 4 p. Nursing Ethics, Law,
Allowing to Die, Withholding Treatment, Medicine.

0017 
Ethics of Terminal Care; Robert M. Veatch, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1983 (Spring).
Graduate. 10 p. Terminally Ill, Bioethics, Death, Withholding
Treatment, Law, Medicine.

0018 
Theories of Medical Ethics; Robert M. Veatch, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1984
(Fall). Graduate. 7 p. Bioethics, Religious Ethics.

0019 
Ethical Issues in Health Care; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1985
(Fall). Graduate. 4 p. Health Care, Resource Allocation, In
Vitro Fertilization, Gene Therapy, Bioethics.

0020 
Ethical Issues in Health Care; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1983
(Fall). Graduate. 5 p. Health Care, Bioethics, Physician
Patient Relationship, Public Policy.

0021 
Ethical Issues in Biomedical Research; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1984
(Fall). Graduate. 8 p. Human Experimentation, Gene Therapy,
Biomedical Research, Bioethics.

0022 
Ethics and Theories of Rights; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1982
(Spring). Graduate. 5 p. Ethics, Rights.

0023 
Seminar on Bioethics: Religious and Humanistic Ethics; LeRoy
Walters, Ph.D.; Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of
Ethics; 1985 (Spring). Graduate. 6 p. Bioethics, Joseph
Fletcher, Paul Ramsey, Richard McCormick, Abortion, Resource
Allocation, Euthanasia.

0024 
Health Care Finance and Organization; Alain C. Enthoven;
Stanford University, Graduate School of Business; 1986
(Winter). Graduate. 6 p. Health Care, Resource Allocation,
Economics, Federal Government, Financial Support.

0025 
Cost-Benefit Analysis in Health Care; Alain C. Enthoven;
Stanford University, Graduate School of Business; 1986
(Spring). Graduate. 6 p. Health Care, Economics, Costs and
Benefits, Technology Assessment.

0026 
Bioethical Decision-Making; Jon R. Hendrix; Ball State
University, Human Genetics & Bioethics Education Laboratory;
1985 (Fall). Undergraduate. 10 p. Bioethics.

0027 
Study Guide in Medical Ethics (Independent Study Program);
Richard C. Mcmillan; Mercer University, School of Medicine,
Department of Psychology & Behavioral Medicine; 1985. Graduate
Medical Education. 17 p. Bioethics.

0028 
Medical Ethics; Ronald E. Cranford, M.D. James B. Nelson,
Ph.D.; United Theological Seminary; 1985 (Fall). Graduate. 9
p. Bioethics, Death, Resource Allocation.

0029 
Theology and Ethics of Behavior Control; Clyde J. Steckel;
United Theological Seminary; 1985 (Spring). Graduate. 7 p.
Behavior Control, Psychosurgery, Electroconvulsive Therapy,
Psychopharmacology.

0030 
Current Issues in Bioethics; Jonathan Moreno, Ph.D. and Gail
Povar, M.D., M.P.H.; George Washington University, Health Care
Services; 1985 (Spring). Graduate Medical Education. 5 p.
Bioethics, Health Care, Informed Consent, Human
Experimentation, Justice, Resource Allocation.

0031 
Seminar in the Ethics of Health Care; Mary Silva, Ph.D., RN
and Daniel Rothbart, Ph.D.; George Mason University, School of
Nursing; 1985. Graduate. 16 p. Bioethics, Informed Consent,
Physician Patient Relationship, Codes of Ethics, Euthanasia,
Resource Allocation.

0032 
Ethical Decision Making for Nurse Executives; Mary Silva,
Ph.D., R.N., and Tom Beauchamp, Ph.D.; George Mason
University, School of Nursing; 1985. Graduate (Continuing 
Education). 5 p. Ethics, Bioethics, Nursing Ethics.

0033 
Perspectives on Death and Dying; Philip A. Pecorino, Ph.D.;
Queensborough Community College, Department of Social
Sciences; n.d. Undergraduate. 29 p. Death, Euthanasia,
Suicide, Hospices, Terminal Care, Organ Transplantation.

0034 
Medical Ethics; Philip A. Pecorino, Ph.D.; Queensborough
Community College, School of Social Sciences; 1986 (Spring).
Undergraduate. 12 p. Health Care, Nursing Ethics, Euthanasia,
Human Experimentation, Behavior Control, Patients' Rights,
Abortion, Resource Allocation.

0035
Ethical Issues in Experimentation and Issues in Clinical
Ethics; Alan Bowen-James; Kuring-gai College of Advanced
Educucation, School of Nursing; n.d. Graduate. 8 p. Human
Experimentation, Behavioral Research, Patient Care, Medical
Ethics.

0036 
Ethics of Terminal Care; Robert M. Veatch, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1986 (Spring).
Graduate. 11 p. Terminal Care, Death, Ethics, Euthanasia,
Allowing to Die, Ethics Committees.

0037 
Theories of Justice; Alan Bowen-James; Kuring-gai College of
Advanced Educucation, School of Nursing; n.d. Graduate. 13 p.
Justice, Rights, Health Care.

0038 
Ethical Theories and Ethical Reasoning; Alan Bowen-James;
Kuring-gai College of Advanced Educucation, School of Nursing;
n.d. Graduate. 13 p. Ethics, Morality, Deontological Ethics,
Teleological Ethics, Bioethics.

0039 
Autonomy and Paternalism; Alan Bowen-James; Kuring-gai College
of Advanced Educucation, School of Nursing; n.d. Graduate. 11
p. Paternalism, Self Determination, Suicide, Informed Consent.

0040
Authority and Responsibility; Alan Bowen-James; 
Kuring-gai College of Advanced Education, School of Nursing;
n.d. Graduate. 9 p. Moral Obligations, Medical Ethics.

0041 
Truth and Information; Alan Bowen-James; Kuring-gai College of
Advanced Education, School of Nursing; n.d. Graduate. 9 p.
Disclosure, Confidentiality, Morality, Communication.

0042 
Introduction To Medical Ethics; John R. King, D.Min.; Eastern
Virginia Medical School, Human Values in Medicine Program;
1985 (Fall). Graduate Medical Education. 12 p. Morality,
Physician Patient Relationship, Euthanasia, Death,
Prolongation of Life, Organ Transplantation, Biomedical
Research.

0043 
Legal Medicine/Bioethics; Robert F. Murray, M.D. and Linwood
Rayford, M.D.; Howard University, College of Medicine; 1986
(Spring). Graduate Medical Education. 34 p. Paternalism,
Beneficence, Competence, Reproductive Technologies,
Confidentiality, Withholding Treatment, Informed Consent.

0044 
Medical Ethics (Seminars); Joan M. Altenkruse, M.D.;
University of South Carolina, School of Medicine; 1986
(Spring). Graduate. 4 p. Death, Euthanasia, Human
Experimentation, Informed Consent, Ethics, Physician Patient
Relationship.

0045 
Medical Ethics; Gregory Pence, Ph.D.; University of Alabama in
Birmingham, Department of Philosophy; 1986. Graduate. 8 p.
Allowing to Die, Euthanasia, Handicapped, Newborns, Bioethics,
Informed Consent, Health Care, Human Experimentation.

0046 
Ethics and Medical Care; Peter Dans, M.D.; Johns Hopkins
University, Office of Medical Practice Evaluation; 1985
(Spring). Graduate. 15 p. Death, Informed Consent, Bioethics,
Health Care, Justice, Physician/Patient Relationship.

0047 
Medical Ethics; John E. Sadler, M.D.; University of Texas,
Department of Psychiatry/Southwestern Medical School; 1986
(Spring). Graduate. 1 p. Health Care, Economics, In Vitro
Fertilization, Allowing to Die, Abortion, Handicapped,
Newborns, Organ Transplantation, Bioethics.

0048 
Professional Issues in Medical Practice; Rev. Dr. Allsop;
Creighton University, School of Medicine; 1986 (Spring).
Graduate. 4 p. Health Care, Bioethics, Death, Euthanasia,
Allowing to Die, Resuscitation, Organ Transplantation.

0049 
Issues in Health Care; Gail J. Povar, M.D., MPH; George
Washington University, Department of Health Care Services;
1985 (Fall). Graduate. 11 p. Health Care, Physician Patient
Relationship, Aged, Medicine, Informed Consent, Economics,
Law, Justice, Handicapped, Infants, Resource Allocation.

0050 
Ethical Principles and Norms; Kevin O'Rourke, OP, JCD; Saint
Louis University, Center for Health Services Education &
Research; 1985 (Fall). Graduate. 22 p. Bioethics, Abortion,
Roman Catholicism, Health Care.

0051 
Issues in Community Health; Philip Boyle, O.P., S.T.L.; Saint
Louis University, Center for Health Services Education &
Research; 1986 (Spring). Graduate. 17 p. Health Care,
Patients' Rights, Physician Patient Relationship, Allowing to
Die, Genetic Screening, Occupational Medicine, Social Control.

0052 
Ethical Issues in Health Care Administration; Dennis Brodeur,
Ph.D.; Saint Louis University, School of Medicine; 1986
(Spring). Graduate Medical Education. 14 p. Hospitals, Medical
Care, Physician Patient Relationship, Economics, Ethics
Committees, Allowing to Die, Resource Allocation.

0053 
The Cutting Edge; Philip Boyle, O.P., S.T.L.; Saint Louis
University, School of Medicine; 1986 (Spring). Graduate
Medical Education. 26 p. AIDS, Economics, Health Care,
Resource Allocation, Terminal Care, Genetic Screening, In
Vitro Fertilization, Allowing to Die.

0054 
Basic Concepts of Medical Ethics; Kevin O'Rourke, O.P.,
J.C.D., and Dennis Brodeur, Ph.D.; Saint Louis University,
School of Medicine; 1985 (Fall). Graduate Medical Education.
31 p. Medical Ethics, Health Care, Third Party Consent,
Allowing to Die, Human Experimentation, Death, Organ
Transplantation.

0055 
Values and Ethics in Nursing; Gina Giovinco, R.N., Ph.D.;
University of Florida, College of Nursing; 1984 (Spring).
Graduate. 3 p. Values, Nursing Ethics, Decision Making,
Patients' Rights, Codes of Ethics.

0056 
Ethical Perspectives in Nursing; Gina Giovinco, R.N., Ph.D.
and L.J. Malasanos, R.N., Ph.D.; University of Florida, School
of Nursing; 1985. Graduate. 5 p. Nursing Ethics, Bioethics,
Values, Codes of Ethics, Health Care.

0057 
Medical Ethics: A Case Studies Approach; David C. Thomasma,
Ph.D.; Loyola University of Chicago, Stritch School of
Medicine; n.d. Graduate Medical Education. 6 p. Handicapped,
Newborns, Economics, Health Care, Confidentiality, Treatment
Refusal, Allowing to Die, Competence, Medical Ethics.

0058 
Medical Ethics Seminar; Thomas R. McCormick, D.Min.;
University of Washington, School of Medicine; 1986 (Spring).
Graduate Medical Education. 1 p. Medical Ethics, Ethics, Codes
of Ethics, Patients' Rights, Physicians, Nursing Ethics,
Decision Making.

0059 
Human Face of Medicine; Thomas R. McCormick, D.Min.;
University of Washington, School of Medicine; 1986 (Winter).
Graduate Medical Education. 2 p. Physician Patient
Relationship, Patient Care, Hospitals.

0060 
Ethical Challenge of Medicine; Thomas R. McCormick, D.Min.;
University of Washington, School of Medicine; 1986 (Winter).
Graduate. 2 p. Medical Ethics, Decision Making, Hospitals.

0061 
Ethical Issues Surrounding Death; Thomas R. McCormick, D.Min.;
University of Washington, School of Medicine; 1986 (Spring).
Graduate Medical Education. 6 p. Death, Suicide, Patients'
Rights, Allowing to Die, Euthanasia.

0062 
Medical Ethics and the Life Sciences; Thomas R. McCormick,
D.Min.; University of Washington, School of Medicine; 1985
(Fall). Graduate Medical Education. 2 p. Bioethics, Resource
Allocation, Abortion, Handicapped, Newborns, Euthanasia,
Informed Consent, Psychosurgery, Genetic Intervention.

0063 
Social Issues in Medicine; Peter C. Williams., J.D., Ph.D.;
State University of New York Stony Brook, School of Medicine;
1985-86 (Winter). Graduate Medical Education. 5 p. Medical
Ethics, Treatment Refusal, Patients' Rights, Euthanasia, AIDS,
Health Care, Economics, Malpractice, Peer Review.

0064 
Please Let Me Die? (Workshop); Winifred Pinch, R.N., MS; Saint
Anselm College, Gadbois Nursing Center; 1983. Continuing
Education. 2 p. Allowing to Die, Nursing Ethics.

0065 
Bioethical Decision-Making in Nursing Practice. (Workshop); K.
Danner Clouser, B.D., Ph.D. and Winifred Pinch, R.N., M.Ed.;
St. Anselm College, Department of Nursing; n.d. Continuing
Education. 2 p. Allowing to Die, Nursing Ethics, Patients'
Rights, Disclosure.

0066 
Code Gray (Workshop); Winifred Pinch, R.N., Ed.D.; St. Anselm
College, School of Nursing; n.d. Continuing Education. 2 p.
Nursing Ethics, Decision Making.

0067 
Medical Ethics; Howard Brody, M.D., Ph.D. and Ken Howe, Ph.D.;
Michigan State University, Medical Humanities Program; 1986
(Fall). Graduate Medical Education. 50 p. Medical Ethics,
Treatment Refusal, Informed Consent, Handicapped, Newborns,
Physician Patient Relationship, Allowing to Die.

0068 
Responsible Human Life; James J. McCartney, OSA, Ph.D.; St.
Vincent de Paul Seminary; 1985 (Fall). Graduate. 5 p. Roman
Catholicism, Medical Ethics, Physician Patient Relationship,
Health Care, Decision Making, Death, Reproduction.

0069 
Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in Medicine; Edmund G. Howe,
M.D., J.D.; Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences,
Department of Psychiatry; 1985 (Fall). Graduate Medical
Education. 18 p. Physician Patient Relationship, Allowing to
Die, Abortion, Genetic Screening, Selection for Treatment,
Research Subjects.

0070 
Medicine 665; Robert A. Pearlman, M.D., M.P.H.; University of
Washington, School of Medicine; 1983 (Summer). Graduate
Medical Education 16 p. Medical Ethics, Values, Physicians,
Euthanasia, Paternalism, Informed Consent, Resource
Allocation.

0071 
Medical Ethics; Larry Schneiderman, M.D. and Allen Snyder,
J.D.; University of California, Department of Family/Community
Medicine; 1986 (Winter). Graduate Medical Education. 4 p.
Medical Ethics, Abortion, Genetic Screening, Newborns,
Paternalism, Physician Patient Relationship, Resource
Allocation, Euthanasia.

0072 
Human Values in Medicine; Walter A. Markowicz, Ph.D.; Wayne
State University, School of Medicine.; Year I. Graduate
Medical Education. 3 p. Death, Allowing to Die, Treatment
Refusal, Informed Consent, Resource Allocation, Sexuality,
Genetic Screening.

0073 
Human Values in Medicine; Walter A. Markowicz, Ph.D.; Wayne
State University, School of Medicine; Year II. Graduate
Medical Education. 4 p. Decision Making, Values,
Confidentiality, Reproduction, Resuscitation, Informed
Consent.

0074 
Informed Consent Seminar; Tom L. Beauchamp, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1986 (Spring).
Graduate. 6 p. Informed Consent, Medical Ethics, Human
Experimentation, Self Determination, Competence, Disclosure.

0075 
Religion and Social Issues; D. McCance; University of
Manitoba, St. John's College; 1984-85. Undergraduate 9 p.
Behavior Control, Genetic Intervention, In Vitro
Fertilization, Abortion, Death, Organ Transplantation,
Homosexuals.

0076
Contemporary Moral Problems ; Dr. J. Goulet; Mount St. Vincent
University, Religion; n.d. Undergraduate. 6 p. Christian
Ethics.

0077 
Problems in Bio-Medical Ethics ; Prof. Schumaker; Queen's
University, Religion; 1984-85. Undergraduate. 2 p. Medical
Ethics, Death, Physician, Patient Relationship, Values,
Psychotherapy, Morality.

0078 
Principles in Biomedical Ethics; Dr. Dietmar Lage; University
of Windsor; n.d. Graduate. 2 p. Contraception, Genetic
Intervention, Abortion, Handicapped, Newborns, Childbirth.

0079 
Morale et Vie Humaine ; Henri Beaumont; Universit‚ Laval,
Theology; 1984 (Winter). Graduate. 4 p. Contraception,
Eugenics, Artificial Insemination, Abortion, Death, Christian
Ethics.

0080 
Le Respect de la Vie ; Jacques Ferland; Universit‚ du Quebec,
Theology; n.d. Graduate. 1 p. Value of Life, Abortion,
Euthanasia, Artificial Insemination, Sterilization, Capital
Punishment.

0081 
Theology 300; Bernard MacDonald; St. Francis Xavier
University, Theology; n.d. Undergraduate. 2 p. Ethics,
Reproductive Technologies, Genetic Intervention, Euthanasia,
Abortion, Contraception.

0082 
Christian Bioethics; Rev. Michael Prieur; King's College/St.
Peter's Seminary, Theology; 1983-84. 3 p. Christian Ethics,
Bioethics, Decision Making, Abortion, Death, Reproductive
Technologies, Genetic Intervention, Euthanasia.

0083 
Ethical Problems of Life and Death; Bela Somfai, S.J.; Regis
College, Toronto School of Theology; n.d. Graduate. 27 p.
Quality of Life, Value of Life, Genetic Intervention,
Reproductive Technology, Euthanasia, Medical Ethics.

0084 
Bioethics; Hubert Doucet; St. Paul University, Theology; 1985
(Winter). Graduate. 3 p. Prenatal Diagnosis, Newborns,
Euthanasia, Allowing to Die, Nurses, Reproductive
Technologies, Doctor-Patient Relationship.

0085
Droit des Personnes; Edith Deleury; Universit‚ Laval, Facult‚
de Droit; 1985 (Winter). Graduate. 2 p. Artificial
Insemination, In Vitro Fertilization, Surrogacy, Prenatal
Diagnosis, Genetic Intervention.

0086 
Current Issues in Canadian Health Care; Jan Storch; University
of Alberta, Health Service Administration; 1984-85. Graduate.
22 p. Health Care Delivery, Resource Allocation, Medical
Ethics, Informed Consent.

0087 
Selected Topics in Health Services Administration; Jan Storch;
University of Alberta, Health Services Administration;
1984-85. Graduate. 17 p. Informed Consent, Death, Reproductive
Technologies, Resource Allocation, Occupational Diseases.

0088 
Ethics in Health Care; Pran Manga; University of Ottawa,
Administration; 1984 (Fall). Graduate. 5 p. Genetic
Intervention, Reproductive Technologies, Resource Allocation,
Death, Euthanasia, Rights.

0089 
ProblŠmes en Gestion des Services de Sant‚; Jacqueline Fortin;
Universit‚ de Montreal, Health Administration; 1986 (Winter).
Graduate. 10 p. Ethics, Law, Medicine, Decision Making,
Values, Conscience, Resource Allocation, Ethics Committees.

0090 
Dental Ethics and Jurisprudence; Peter Graham; McGill
University, Community Dentistry; 1984-85. Graduate Dental
Education. 4 p. Dentistry, Professional Ethics, Negligence .

0091 
Ethical and Business Aspects of Dental Practice, R.E.
McDermott, D.D.S.; University of Saskatchewan, Comm. and
Pediatric Dentistry; n.d. Graduate Dental Education. 2 p.
Dentistry, Professional Ethics, Physician-Patient
Relationship, Economics.

0092 
Community Dentistry; Prof. Mayhall; University of Toronto,
Dentistry; 1984. Graduate Dental Education. 24 p. Dentistry,
Professional Ethics, Physician-Patient Relationship.

0093 
Professional Conduct; Wesley Dunn; University of Western
Ontario, Dentistry; 1984 (Fall). Graduate Dental Education. 9
p. Dentistry, Professional Ethics, Physician-Patient
Relationship.

0094 
Bio-Medical Ethics; E. Winkler; University of British
Columbia, Philosophy; n.d. Undergraduate. 3 p. Abortion,
Euthanasia, Physician-Patient Relationship, Informed Consent,
Resource Allocation, Genetic Intervention.

0095 
BioethicsþAn Inquiry into Selected Issues; G. Nathan and D.
Ursino; Brock, Biology/Philosophy; n.d. Undergraduate. 5 p.
Genetic Intervention, Reproductive Technologies, Abortion,
Death, Euthanasia, Health Care Delivery, Behavior Control.

0096 
Biomedical Ethics; Mike Burgess; Calgary, Philosophy; n.d.
Undergraduate. 2 p. Ethics, Informed Consent, Death,
Euthanasia, Human Experimentation, Resource Allocation,
Handicapped, Newborns, Abortion.

0097 
Ethics and Medicine; Susan Sherwin; Dalhousie, Philosophy;
1984 (Fall). Undergraduate. 14 p. Medical Ethics, Paternalism,
Physician-Patient Relationship, Nurses, Informed Consent,
Disclosure, Human Experimentation.

0098 
Bio‚thique et Philosophie; Andre Jean; Universit‚ Laval,
Philosophy; n.d. Graduate. 3 p. Medical Ethics.

0099 
Moral Issues; J.E. Thomas; unknown, Philosophy/Religious
Studies; 1984-85. Undergraduate. 3 p. Physician, Patient
Relationship, Abortion, Genetic Screening, Death, Reproductive
Technologies, Human Experimentation.

0100 
Ethical Issues; B. Cupples; New Brunswick, Philosophy; 1983
[Fall]. Undergraduate. 3 p. Human Experimentation, Euthanasia,
Abortion, Death, Codes of Ethics, Patients' Rights, Informed
Consent.

0101 
Philosophy 301; Pall S. Ardai; Queen's University, Philosophy;
1985. 9 p. Patients' Rights, Paternalism, Abortion,
Euthanasia, Human Experimentation, Informed Consent.

0102 
Biomedical Ethics; J.V. Penna; St. Thomas More College,
Philosophy; 1984-85. Undergraduate. 3 p. Ethics, Personhood,
Patients' Rights, Disclosure, Abortion, Death, Euthanasia,
Resource Allocation, Human Experimentation.

0103 
Moral Problems in the Health Care of the Aged; D. Zimmerman;
Simon Fraser University, Philosophy; 1985 (Spring).
Undergraduate. 2 p. Aged, Euthanasia, Allowing to Die,
Confidentiality, Death, Competence, Informed Consent,
Disclosure, Justice.

0104 
[Medicine and the Law] (4 Courses); A. Lynch; St. Michael's
College, Philosophy; n.d. Undergraduate. 3 p. Ethics, Law,
Medicine, Human Experimentation, Mental Health, Values.

0105 
Morality, Medicine and the Law; L.W. Sumner; University of
Toronto, Philosophy; 1984/Fall. Undergraduate. 4 p.
Reproductive Technologies, Genetic Intervention, Abortion,
Newborns, Euthanasia.

0106 
Biomedical Ethics; Barry Hoffmaster and Gwen Fraser;
University of Western Ontario, Philosophy; 1984/85.
Undergraduate. 3 p. Handicapped, Newborns, Paternalism,
Treatment Refusal, Counseling, Confidentiality, Physician
Patient Relationship.

0107 
Ethics in Medicine and Law; D. Walton; University of Winnipeg,
Philosophy; n.d. Undergraduate. 2 p. Physician Patient
Relationship, Law, Medicine, Euthanasia, Decision Making.

0108 
Problems in Biomedical Ethics; J. Napier; Champlain Regional
College-Lennoxville, Philosophy; 1984/Winter. Undergraduate.
3 p. Physician Patient Relationship, Human Experimentation,
Euthanasia, Abortion, Behavior Control, Genetic Intervention.

0109 
Medical Ethics and Jurisprudence; J.A.L. Gilbert; University
of Alberta, School of Medicine; 1984/85. Graduate Medical
Education. 6 p. Professional Ethics, Law, Medicine, Informed
Consent, Malpractice, Physician Patient Relationship.

0110 
Bioethics; Charles Bodemer; E.-H.W. Kluge; University of
British Columbia, School of Medicine; n.d. Seminar. 2 p.
Bioethics, Decision Making, Paternalism.

0111 
Human Development; J. Weckman; Dalhousie, School of Medicine;
1984/85. Graduate Medical Education. 4 p. Law, Medicine,
Physician Patient Relationship, Death, Resource Allocation.

0112
thique M‚dical; David Roy, Ph.D. and Harry Grantham, M.D.;
Universit‚ Laval, Philosophy; n.d. Undergraduate. 14 p.
Prolongation of Life, Aged, Abortion, Prenatal Diagnosis,
Newborns, Handicapped, Psychiatry.

0113 
Ethical Issues; Arnold Johnson; Stephen Toulmin; McMaster
University, School of Medicine; 1983. Graduate Medical
Education. 14 p. Informed Consent, Disclosure,
Confidentiality, Prolongation of Life.

0114 
Medical Ethics and Jurisprudence; David Roy, Ph.D.; McGill
University, School of Medicine; 1985/Spring. Graduate Medical
Education. 14 p. Prolongation of Life, Informed Consent, Law,
Medicine, Aged, Psychiatry.

0115 
Teaching of Medical Ethics; C. Heughan, M.D.; J. Ross, M.D.;
unknown; 1983. Graduate Medical Education. 6 p. Bioethics,
Physician Patient Relationship, Human Experimentation,
Handicapped, Terminal Care, Aged.

0116 
Qu'est-ce que la Bio‚thique?; Guy Durand; Universit‚ de
Montreal, School of Medicine; 1984/85. Graduate Medical
Education. 27 p. Bioethics, Terminal Care, Euthanasia,
Suicide, Abortion, Prenatal Diagnosis, Sterilization, Mentally
Handicapped.

0117 
Moral Side of Medicine; C. Donald MacNiven; York University,
Philosophy; 1983/84. Undergraduate. 3 p. Bioethics, Human
Experimentation, Resource Allocation, Abortion, Physician
Patient Relationship, Euthanasia, Behavior Control.

0118 
Ethics Forum: Ethical Dilemmas in Medicine; Alex M. Bryans;
Queen's University, School of Medicine; 1985/Spring. Graduate
Medical Education. 4 p. Informed Consent, Decision Making,
Resource Allocation, Death, Professional Ethics, Ethics
Committees, Human Experimentation.

0119 
Man, Medicine and Society; K.R. Haight; University of
Saskatchewan, School of Medicine; 1985/Spring. Graduate
Medical Education. 11 p. Paternalism, Decision Making,
Prolongation of Life, Abortion, Treatment Refusal, Bioethics.

0120 
Medical Humanities; Abbyann Lynch; University of Toronto,
School of Medicine; n.d. Graduate Medical Education. 6 p.
Genetic Intervention, Informed Consent, Death, Psychiatry,
Religion, Abortion, Mentally Handicapped, Bioethics.

0121 
Medicine and Society; Staff; University of Western Ontario,
School of Medicine; 1985/Winter. Graduate Medical Education.
2 p. Confidentiality, Law, Medicine, Abortion, Euthanasia,
Terminal Care, Prenatal Diagnosis, Living Wills.

0122 
Professional Issues [in Nursing]; J. Ericksen and M. Regester;
University of British Columbia, School of Nursing; 
1985/Spring. Undergraduate. 4 p. Nursing Ethics.

0123 
ProblŠmes Contemporains d'thique; Marcel J. Melan‡on, Ph.D.;
Universit‚ Laval, Philosophy; 1984/Winter. Undergraduate. 2 p.
Bioethics, Law, Medicine, Values, Decision Making.

0124 
thique M‚dicale; Marcel J. Melan‡on, Ph.D.; Universit‚ Laval,
Philosophy; 1982. Undergraduate. 4 p. Reproductive
Technologies, Sterilization, Abortion, Suicide, Prenatal
Diagnosis, Terminal Care, Sexuality.

0125 
Issues in Professional Nursing and Health Care; Myrtle
Crawford; University of Saskatchewan, College of Nursing;
1984/85. Undergraduate. 10 p. Nursing Ethics, Professional
Ethics, Values, Self Determination, Death, Physician Nurse
Relationship.

0126 
Professional, Ethical and Legal Aspects of Nursing; Abbyann
Lynch;  J. Wilson; University of Toronto, College of Nursing;
1985/Spring. Undergraduate. 16 p. Nursing Ethics, Physician
Nurse Relationship, Law, Medicine, Ethics.

0127 
Nursing and Health Needs; Staff; Foothills Hospital, School of
Nursing; n.d. Undergraduate. 10 p. Nursing Ethics, Values,
Decision Making, Professional Ethics .

0128 
Health Sciences Ethics; Marilynn Berg; Grant MacEwan Community
College, Health Science; 1985/Spring. Undergraduate. 5 p.
Ethics, Informed Consent, Death, Human Experimentation,
Abortion, Reproductive Technologies, Professional Ethics.

0129
Ethics in the Health Sciences; Staff; British Columbia
Institute of Technology, Continuing Education; n.d. Continuing
Education. 3 p. Professional Ethics, Decision Making, Values.

0130 
Professional, Ethical and Moral Issues in Nursing; G. Sinclair
and Veronica M. Rochford; College of New Caledonia, Health
Sciences; 1983/Spring. Undergraduate. 22 p. Nursing Ethics,
Rights, Decision Making, Death, Resource Allocation.

0131 
Patient Rights and Responsibilities; C. McFadyen; Okanagan
College, Health Science; 1983. Undergraduate. 6 p. Nursing
Ethics, Patients' Rights, Informed Consent.

0132 
Professional Seminars; Staff; Camosun College, School of 
Nursing; 1984/Winter. Undergraduate. 17 p. Nursing Ethics,
Law, Medicine, Confidentiality.

0133 
Core on Ethics and Moral Decision Making; Staff; Grace General
Hospital, School of Nursing; 1984/Summer. Undergraduate. 7 p.
Nursing Ethics, Values, Decision Making, Euthanasia.

0134 
Nurses Moral/Ethical Responsibilities; Staff; Red River
Community College, School of Nursing; 1983/Spring.
Undergraduate. 3 p. Ethics, Nursing Ethics, Economics,
Biomedical Technologies.

0135 
Growth and Development; Staff; Grace General Hospital, School
of Nursing; 1984/Spring. Undergraduate. 7 p. Nursing Ethics,
Patients' Rights.

0136 
NursingþProfessional Development; Staff; Aberdeen Hospital,
School of Nursing; n.d. Undergraduate. 7 p. Nursing Ethics,
Patients' Rights, Values, Rights, Disclosure, Decision Making.

0137 
Moral Dilemmas of the 80's; Mary Fenwick; Sir Stanford
Flemming College, School of Nursing; 1984/Winter.
Undergraduate. 2 p. Nursing Ethics, Ethics .

0138 
Nursing Process and Communications; Staff; Sheridan College,
School of Nursing; 1983/Fall. Undergraduate. 9 p. Nursing
Ethics, Codes of Ethics, Ethics.

0139 
Professional Ethics; Staff; Centennial College of Applied Arts
& Sciences, School of Nursing; 1983/Fall. Undergraduate. 21 p.
Nursing Ethics, Codes of Ethics, Law, Communication.

0140 
Interpersonal Relations; Staff; Cambrian College of Applied
Arts & Sciences, School of Nursing; 1984/Fall. Undergraduate.
6 p. Nursing Ethics, Communications.

0141 
Bio‚thique Professionelle; Staff; C.E.G.E.P. Hautrive, School
of Nursing; n.d. Undergraduate. 3 p. Reproductive
Technologies, Value of Life, Abortion, Bioethics,
Contraception.

0142 
Medicine, Ethics and the Law; S.T. Firth, M.D.; University of
Ottawa, School of Medicine; 1984/Fall. Graduate Medical
Education. 10 p. Euthanasia, Law, Medicine, Informed Consent,
Confidentiality, Reproductive Technologies, Death .

0143 
Advanced Seminar in the Ethical Dimensions of Medical
Practice; Stephen Wear, Ph.D.; State University of New York at
Buffalo, Philosophy Department; n.d. Graduate Medical
Education. 2 p. Euthanasia, Handicapped, Physician Patient
Relationship, Rights.

0144 
Clinical Decision Making; David G. Smith; Temple University,
School of Medicine; 1986/Spring. Graduate Medical Education.
16 p. Physician Patient Relationship, Informed Consent,
Rights, Self Determination, Beneficence.

0145 
Proseminar in Bioethics; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1986/Fall. Graduate.
6 p. Bioethics, Human Experimentation, Reproductive
Technologies.

0146 
Advanced Bioethics; J.E. Thomas; unknown; Philosophy;
1984/1985. Undergraduate. 2 p. Euthanasia, Allowing to Die,
Newborns, Death, Quality of Life, Handicapped, Genetic
Screening.

0147 
S‚minaire Interdisciplinaire de Recherche en thique M‚dicale;
Marcel J. Melan‡on; Universit‚ Laval, Department of
Philosophy; 1985/Winter. Graduate. 2 p. Reproductive
Technologies, In Vitro Fertilization, Surrogacy, Artificial
Insemination, Genetic Intervention.

0148 
Decision Making in Medicine; Dietmar Lage; University of
Windsor, Department of Philosophy; n.d. Undergraduate. 1 p.
Euthanasia, Resource Allocation, Physician Patient
Relationship, Confidentiality, Behavior Control, Disclosure,
Psychiatry.

0149 
Les Suicides: Interpr‚tation Culturelle et Interrogations
thique; Houbert Doucet; St. Paul University, Theology
Department; n.d. Graduate. 1 p. Suicide.

0150 
Convictions thiques et Politiques et Sociales dans les
Societes Pluralistes; Hubert Doucet; St. Paul University,
Theology Department; 1984-1985. Undergraduate. 1 p. Law,
Morality, Abortion, Euthanasia, Reproductive Technologies.

0151 
Sex, Technology and Morality; Verna Case and Lance Stell;
Davidson College, Biology Department; 1986/Spring.
Undergraduate. 4 p. Reproductive Technologies, Genetic
Intervention, Newborns, Handicapped, Genetic Screening,
Contraception.

0152 
Perspectives in Veterinary Medicine; Staff; Michigan State
University, College of Veterinary Medicine; 1985/Fall.
Graduate Veterinary Medicine. 3 p. Veterinary Ethics.

0153 
Aging, Ethics and Health Care for the Elderly; Steven Lipson,
M.D., M.P.H. and Laurence B. McCullough, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, School of Medicine; 1985/Fall. Graduate Medical
Education. 3 p. Aged, Health Care, Paternalism, Competence.

0154 
Literature and Medicine; Loretta Kopelman, M.D.; East Carolina
University, School of Medicine; 1985/1986. Graduate Medical
Education. 1 p. Literature, Medicine.

0155 
Philosophy and Medicine I; Loretta Kopelman, M.D.; East
Carolina University, School of Medicine; 1985/1986. Graduate
Medical Education. 5 p. Paternalism, Informed Consent,
Disclosure, Confidentiality, Genetic Intervention, Newborns, 
Handicapped, Biomedical Research.

0156 
Philosophy and Medicine II; Loretta Kopelman, M.D.; East
Carolina University, School of Medicine; 1985/1986. Graduate
Medical Education. 5 p. Values, Allowing to Die, Literature,
Medicine, Abortion, Resource Allocation.

0157 
Responsibilities of Medical Practice; Albert Jonsen, Ph.D. and
William Atchley, M.D.; University of California at San
Francisco, School of Medicine; 1986/Spring. Graduate Medical
Education. 58 p. (Oversize; $10.) Death, Physician Patient
Relationship, AIDS, Law, Medicine, Allowing to Die, Informed
Consent, Sexuality.

0158 
Ethical and Legal Decisions for the Critical and Terminal
Patient; Albert Jonsen, Ph.D.; University of California at San
Francisco, School of Medicine; 1985/Spring. Graduate Medical
Education. 8 p. Terminally Ill, Physician Patient
Relationship, Informed Consent, Minors, Economics, Patient
Care.

0159 
The Body and Its Parts As Property; James F. Childress, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics;
1987/Spring. Graduate. 4 p. Law, Medicine, Organ
Transplantation, Religion, Reproductive Technologies.

0160 
Ethical Issues in Pediatrics Medicine; Frederic D. Burg, M.D.
and Frank M. Harran, M.Div.; University of Pennsylvania,
School of Medicine; n.d. Graduate Medical Education. 4 p.
Ethics, Confidentiality, Self Determination, Resource
Allocation, Physician Patient Relationship, Informed Consent,
Allowing to Die.

0161 
Graduate Seminar in Medical Education; David S. Smith, M.D.
and Susan C. Day, M.D., M.P.H.; University of Pennsylvania,
School of Medicine; 1985/1986. Graduate Medical Education. 2
p. AIDS, Terminally Ill, In Vitro Fertilization, Newborns,
Economics, Handicapped, Allowing to Die, Informed Consent.

0162 
Medical Ethics; Chris Hackler, Ph.D.; University of Arkansas
for Medical Sciences, Division of Medical Humanities;
1985/Fall. Graduate Medical Education. 5 p. Informed Consent,
Treatment Refusal, Confidentiality, Euthanasia, Resource
Allocation, Physician Patient Relationship.

0163 
Biomedical Ethics; Chris Hackler, Ph.D. and Dorle Vawter,
M.A.; University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Division of
Medical Humanities; 1986/Spring. Graduate Medical Education.
4 p. Physician Patient Relationship, Economics, Competence,
Paternalism, Informed Consent, Organ Transplantation, AIDS,
Psychiatry, Death.

0164 
Medical Ethics I; Ernle Young, Ph.D.; Stanford University,
School of Medicine; 1986/Winter. Graduate Medical Education.
3 p. Resource Allocation, Terminally Ill, Reproductive
Technologies, Allowing to Die, Newborns, Confidentiality,
Paternalism.

0165 
Medical Ethics II; Ernle Young, Ph.D.; Stanford University,
School of Medicine; 1986/Spring. Graduate Medical Education.
5 p. Ethics, Genetic Intervention, Handicapped Newborns, AIDS,
Economics, Organ Transplantation.

0166 
Bioethical Issues; Byron Chell, J.D.; University of California
at Davis, School of Medicine; n.d./Spring. Graduate Medical
Education. 3 p. Informed Consent, Allowing to Die,
Reproductive Technologies, Organ Transplantation, Handicapped,
Newborns, Abortion.

0167 
Sexuality and Bioethics; Earl Shelp, Ph.D.; Baylor University,
College of Medicine; n.d. Graduate Medical Education. 3 p.
Morality, Sexuality, AIDS.

0168 
Ethics and Medicine: A Survey; Earl Shelp, Ph.D.; Baylor
University, College of Medicine; n.d./Summer. Graduate Medical
Education. 3 p. Literature, Medicine, Physician Patient
Relationship.

0169 
Medical Ethics: The Foundation of Clinical Care; Bernard
Towers, M.D.; University of California at Los Angeles, School
of Medicine; 1986. Graduate Medical Education. 3 p. Informed
Consent, Human Experimentation, Terminally Ill, Abortion,
Resource Allocation, Death, Euthanasia.

0171 
Ethics and the Health Professions; Ernest Wallwork; Syracuse
University, Department of Religion; 1986/Fall. Graduate, Upper
Level Undergraduate. 3 p. Ethics, Treatment Refusal,
Paternalism, Informed Consent, Confidentiality, Human
Experimentation, Euthanasia.

0171 
Ethics and the Health Professions; Thomas Curley and Joel
Potash; LeMoyne College, Philosophy Department; 1986/Spring.
Graduate and Upper Level Undergraduate. 4 p. Ethics, Treatment
Refusal, Patients' Rights, Human Experimentation, Physician
Patient Relationship, Euthanasia, Resource Allocation.

0172 
Ethics and the Health Professions; Robert W. Daly and Robert
Flower; State University of New York, Health Sciences Center;
1984/Spring. Graduate and Upper Level Undergraduate. 4 p.
Allowing to Die, Paternalism, Death, Abortion, Ethics, Rights,
Genetic Intervention.

0173
Concept of Nursing XIX; Sharon Mullen; Ohio University, School
of Nursing; 1986 (Fall). Undergraduate. 18 p. Nursing Ethics,
Decision Making, Values, Ethics.

0174 
Ethical Decision Making for Nurses; Jeanne Gelman; Widener
University, School of Nursing; 1987 (Fall). Undergraduate. 5
p. Nursing Ethics, Decision Making, Values.

0175 
Dynamics of Professional Practice; Joanne Guendling; Ball
State University, School of Nursing; n.d. Undergraduate. 8 p.
Nursing Ethics, Law, Public Policy, Health Care.

0176 
Ethical Issues in Health Care; Judith Erlen; University of
Pittsburgh, School of Nursing; 1987 (Fall). Undergraduate. 25
p. Nursing Ethics, Ethics, Values, Rights, Reproductive
Technologies, Handicapped, Death, Informed Consent, Public
Policy.

0177 
Value Analysis in Nursing; Marion Anema; Texas Women's
University, College of Nursing; n.d. Undergraduate. 3 p.
Nursing Ethics, Values, Decision Making, Ethics, Health Care
Delivery, Law.

0178 
Ethical Dimensions of Nursing Practice; Jane Coon; University
of Michigan, School of Nursing; n.d. Undergraduate. 7 p.
Nursing Ethics, Ethics, Decision Making, Professional Ethics,
Values, Morality, Patients' Rights.

0179 
Ethics in Health Care; Minerva Applegate; University of South
Florida, College of Nursing; 1987 (Fall). Undergraduate. 3 p.
Nursing Ethics, Decision Making, Ethics, Health Care.

0180 
Professional Dimensions of Nursing; Barbara Talento; 
California State University at Fullerton, School of Nursing;
n.d. Undergraduate. 27 p. Nursing Ethics, Ethics, Law,
Professional Ethics, Decision Making, Patients' Rights.

0181 
Legal and Ethical Accountability in Client Care; Marg Hegge;
South Dakota State University, College of Nursing; n.d.
Undergraduate. 3 p. Nursing Ethics, Law, Medicine, Ethics.

0182 
Ethics for Professionals in Nursing; John Lincourt; University
of North Carolina, Department of Philosophy; 1986 (Fall).
Undergraduate/Graduate. 5 p. Nursing Ethics, Ethics, Codes of
Ethics, Rights, Death, Self Determination, Resource
Allocation.

0183 
Issues of Nursing II; Suzanne Gross and Patricia Simoni; West
Virginia University, School of Nursing. 1987-88.
Undergraduate. 93 p. (Oversize; $10.) Nursing Ethics, Values,
Decision Making.

0184 
Issues of Nursing III; Jessie Sams; West Virginia University,
School of Nursing; 1987 (Spring). Undergraduate. 106 p.
(Oversize; $10.) Nursing Ethics, Ethics, Values, Human
Experimentation, Rights, Reproductive Technologies,
Handicapped, Newborns, Euthanasia.

0185 
Genetics in Medicine: Historical and Philosophical
Perspectives; Eric Juengst, Ph.D.; University of San
Francisco, School of Medicine; 1987 (Fall). Graduate Medical
Education. 4 p. Genetic Intervention, Genetic Counseling, Gene
Therapy, Prenatal Diagnosis.

0186 
Responsibilities of Medical Practice; Albert Jonsen, Ph.D.;
University of San Francisco, School of Medicine; 1987 (May).
Graduate Medical Education. 90 p. (Oversize; $10.) Allowing to
Die, Informed Consent, Law, Medicine, Economics, Resource
Allocation.

0187 
Ethical Dimensions of Clinical Medicine; Stephen Wear, Ph.D.;
State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Medicine;
1985 (December). Graduate Medical Education. 3 p. Ethics, Law,
Informed Consent, Economics, Euthanasia, Competence, Allowing
to Die, Paternalism.

0188 
Bioethics and the Law; Henry Minich, J.D.; University of
Miami, School of Law; 1986 (Fall). Graduate Legal Education.
4 p. Law, Ethics, Informed Consent, Human Experimentation,
Organ Transplantation, Resource Allocation, Death, Allowing to
Die, Newborns, Reproductive Technologies, Abortion, Genetic
Intervention.

0189 
Special Problems in Bioethics; John C. Fletcher, Ph.D.;
National Institutes of Health, Foundation for the Advancement
of Education in Science; 1987 (Spring). Graduate. 45 p.
Ethics, Prenatal Diagnosis, Genetic Intervention, In Vitro
Fertilization, Animal Experimentation, Human Experimentation,
Allowing to Die, AIDS, Newborns.

0190 
Ethics and Genetic Technologies; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1987
(Spring). Graduate. 6 p. Genetic Intervention, Gene Therapy,
Genetic Counseling.

0191 
Bioethics and the Law; Alan Weisbard, J.D.; Yeshiva
University, Cardozo School of Law; 1986 (Fall). Graduate Legal
Education. 7 p. Organ Transplantation, Human Experimentation,
Informed Consent, Death, Allowing to Die, Resource Allocation,
Reproductive Technologies, Genetic Intervention.

0192 
Theories of Medical Ethics; Robert Veatch, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1987. Graduate. 12 p.
Ethics, Professional Ethics, Religious Ethics, Codes of
Ethics.

0193 
Medical Ethics and Jurisprudence; Staff; McGill University,
Faculty of Medicine; 1987 (Spring). Graduate Medical
Education. 16 p. Health Care, Informed Consent, Allowing to
Die, Malpractice, Law, Newborns, Handicapped, Organ
Transplantation, AIDS.

0194 
Theology and Bioethics; John R. Williams; Clinical Research
Institute of Montreal; n.d. (Fall). Graduate. 4 p. Bioethics,
Organ Transplantation, Religious Ethics, Death, Informed
Consent.

0195 
Medical, Psychological and Social Implications of AIDS; Ralph
Johnston; State University of New York at Stonybrook, School
of Allied Health Professions; 1987 (February). Graduate
Medical Education. 7 p. AIDS, Decision Making.

0196 
Medical Ethics and a Theology of Health; Charles
Villa-Vicencio, John De Gruchy; (unknown); 1988. Graduate. 5
p. Ethics, Reproductive Technologies, Abortion, Allowing to
Die, Resource Allocation, Physician Patient Relationship,
Religion, Death.

0197 
Ethics and Its Application to Advanced Professional Nursing;
Carol Gilbert; Pace University, Lienhard School of Nursing;
1987 (Fall). Undergraduate/Graduate. 5 p. Nursing Ethics,
Ethics, Decision Making, Values, Codes of Ethics.

0198 
Human Values: Experimentation On Human Subjects; Eric Meslin,
Ph.D.; University of Toronto, Sunnybrook Medical Centre,
Clinical Ethics Centre; 1988 (Fall). Graduate Medical
Education. 9 p. Human Experimentation, Informed Consent, Codes
of Ethics, Ethics Committee, Aged, AIDS.

0199 
Ethical Issues in Nursing; Martin Benjamin; Joy Curtis;
Michigan State University, Department of Philosophy; 1987
(Winter). Undergraduate. 3 p. Ethics, Nursing Ethics, Public
Policy, Physician Nurse Relationship.

0200 
Ethics; Richard Schoenig; San Antonio College, Nursing
Education; n.d. Undergraduate. 1 p. Ethics, Morality.

0201 
Professional Nursing; Staff; Midwestern State University,
Health Sciences Division; 1988 (Spring). Undergraduate. 4 p.
Nursing Ethics, Values, Paternalism, Professional Ethics.

0202 
Ethics; David Law; San Antonio College, Nursing Education;
n.d. Undergraduate. 1 p. Ethics.

0203 
Bioethics for Nurses; Daniel Ch. Overduin; Dietrich Bonhoffer
International Institute for Bioethical Studies (Adelaide,
Australia); 1987 (December). Graduate. 196 p. (Oversize; $10.)
Bioethics, Abortion, Codes of Ethics, Abortion, Handicapped,
Aged, Reproductive Technologies, AIDS, Right to Treatment,
Genetic Intervention, Self Determination.

0204 
Ethics; Kit Christensen; Bemidji State University, Philosophy
Department; 1987 (Spring). Undergraduate. 1 p. Allowing to
Die, Suicide, War, Handicapped, Newborns, Abortion, Animal
Experimentation.

0205 
Ethics in Nursing: A Case Analysis Approach; Judith Erlen,
Ph.D.; University of Pittsburgh, School of Nursing; 1986
(Winter). Undergraduate. 6 p. Ethics, Nursing Ethics,
Paternalism, Confidentiality, Self Determination, Informed
Consent, Patients' Rights.

0206 
Ethical Issues in Health Care; Winifred Pinch; St. Anselm
College, Department of Nursing; 1988 (Spring). Undergraduate.
11 p. Ethics, Abortion, Reproductive Technologies, Genetic
Intervention, Human Experimentation, Informed Consent,
Allowing to Die, Newborns, Organ Transplantation, Involuntary
Civil Commitment, AIDS, Sexuality.

0207 
Law and Medicine; Karen Rothenberg, J.D.; University of
Maryland, School of Law; 1988 (Fall). Graduate Legal
Education. 2 p. Law, Medicine, Informed Consent, Malpractice.

0208 
Law and Medicine; Karen Rothenberg, J.D.; University of
Maryland, School of Law; 1987 (Fall). Graduate Legal
Education. 3 p. Law, Medicine, Professional Ethics, Physician
Patient Relationship, Informed Consent, AIDS, Allowing to Die.

0209 
Health Care Law; Karen Rothenberg, J.D.; University of
Maryland, School of Law; n.d. (Spring). Graduate Legal
Education. 2 p. Health Care, Law, Economics, Resource
Allocation.

0210 
Law and Biomedical Sciences Seminar; Karen Rothenberg, J.D.;
University of Maryland, School of Law; 1988 (Fall). Graduate
Legal Education. 5 p. Professional Ethics, Law, Patients'
Rights, Human Experimentation, Reproductive Technologies,
Genetic Intervention, Organ Transplantation, Allowing to Die,
Newborns.

0211 
Civil Rights of Handicapped Persons; Stanley Herr; University
of Maryland, School of Law; 1987 (Spring). Graduate Legal
Education. 5 p. Law, Handicapped, Involuntary Civil
Commitment, Rights, Resource Allocation, Informed Consent,
Right to Treatment, Treatment Refusal, Patients' Rights.

0212 
Antitrust and Health Care Seminar; Prof. Noonberg; University
of Maryland, School of Law; 1987 (Fall). Graduate Legal
Education. 4 p. Law, Economics, Resource Allocation.

0213 
Law and Psychiatry; Jonas Rappeport, J.D. and Ellen Callegary,
J.D.; University of Maryland, School of Law; n.d. (Fall).
Graduate Legal Education. 4 p. Law, Involuntary Civil
Commitment, Dangerousness, Treatment Refusal, Right to
Treatment, Informed Consent, Confidentiality, Malpractice.

0214 
Legal and Philosophical Issues in Biotechnology; Staff;
University of Maryland, School of Law; n.d. Graduate Legal
Education. 5 p. Law, Medicine, Genetic Intervention, Public
Policy, Genetic Counseling, Confidentiality.

0215 
Legal Problems of the Elderly; David Affeldt; University of
Maryland, School of Law; 1986 (Fall). Graduate Legal
Education. 6 p. Law, Allowing to Die, Aged.

0216 
Legal and Social Problems of the Elderly;  Staff, University
of Maryland, School of Law; n.d.(Fall). Graduate Legal
Education. 11 p. Aged, Law, Economics, Public Policy, Health
Care, Living Wills, Allowing to Die, Decision Making.

0217 
Interdisciplinary Course On Special Topics in Health Care;
Staff; University of Maryland, School of Law; n.d. Graduate
Legal Education. 2 p. Law, Public Policy, Economics, Health
Care, Ethics, Physician Patient Relationship.

0218 
Bioethics; George Smith, J.D.; Catholic University, School of
Law; 1988 (Fall). Graduate Legal Education. 1 p. Bioethics,
Law, Allowing to Die, Reproductive Technologies, Behavior
Control.

0219 
Law and Medicine; Stroud; Indiana University, School of Law;
1988 (Spring). Graduate Legal Education. 8 p. Law, Codes of
Ethics, Bioethics, Allowing to Die, Living Wills, Informed
Consent, AIDS.

0220 
Health Law; Mitchell Simon; Franklin Pierce Law Center; 1988
(Fall). Graduate Legal Education. 2 p. Law, Physician Patient
Relationship, Informed Consent, Allowing to Die, AIDS,
Reproductive Technologies, Newborns, Handicapped, Malpractice,
Economics, Resource Allocation.

0221 
Bioethics Seminar; Sandra Johnson, Ph.D.;  Dennis Brodeur,
Ph.D.; St. Louis University, Center for Health Law Studies;
1988 (Spring). Graduate Legal Education. 2 p. Ethics, Allowing
to Die, Ethics Committees, Professional Ethics, Competence.

0222 
Selected Issues in Health Policy and Law; Peter Schuck; Yale
University, School of Law; 1981 (Fall). Graduate Legal
Education. 10 p. Law, Health Care, Public Policy, Economics,
Resource Allocation.

0223 
Medical Technology and Critical Decisions; Ted Ducas;  Alan
Shuchat; Wellesley College, Physics and Mathematics; 1988
(Spring). Undergraduate. 4 p. Genetic Intervention, Genetic
Counseling, Prenatal Diagnosis, Decision Making.

0224 
Health Law; Leslie Espinoza; University of Arizona, School of
Law; 1988. Graduate Legal Education. 5 p. Law, Health Care,
Public Policy, Economics, Resource Allocation, Organ
Transplantation, Allowing to Die, Reproductive Technologies,
Competence.

0225 
Health Law Seminar; Roger Schwartz; Georgetown University Law
Center; 1988 (Spring). Graduate Legal Education. 7 p. Law,
Resource Allocation, Public Policy, Economics, Health Care.

0226 
Health Care Regulation; Susan Martyn; University of Toledo,
School of Law; 1988 (Fall). Graduate Legal Education. 4 p.
Law, Health Care, Physician Patient Relationship, Economics,
Resource Allocation.

0227 
Law, Medicine and Science; Susan Martyn, University of Toledo,
College of Law; 1987 (Fall). Graduate Legal Education. 5 p.
Professional Ethics, Law, Values, Human Experimentation,
Allowing to Die, Organ Transplantation, Resource Allocation.

0228 
Law and Medicine; Eaton; University of Georgia, School of Law;
1986 (Fall). Graduate Legal Education. 4 p. Law, Medicine,
Physician Patient Relationship, Informed Consent, Treatment
Refusal.

0229 
Ethics Seminar I; Marcia Sue DeWolf; Marion College, School of
Nursing; 1987 (Fall). Undergraduate. 14 p. Ethics, Codes of
Ethics, Nursing Ethics, Patients' Rights, Values, Resource
Allocation, Professional Ethics, Decision Making.

0230 
Law and Medicine; Alexander M. Capron, J.D.; University of
Southern California, School of Law; 1988 (Spring). Graduate
Legal Education. 6 p. Law, Professional Ethics, Informed
Consent, Paternalism, Competence, Treatment Refusal, AIDS,
Disclosure, Organ Transplantation, Allowing to Die,
Reproductive Technologies.

0231
The Physician in Society; Alexander M. Capron, J.D.;
University of Southern California, School of Medicine; 1987
(December). Graduate Medical Education. 14 p. Law, Hospitals,
Economics, Resource Allocation, Human Experimentation,
Allowing to Die, Malpractice.

0232 
Ethics Seminar II; Marcia Sue DeWolf; Marion College, School
of Nursing; 1988 (Spring). Undergraduate. 28 p. Decision
Making, Morality, Law, Values, Sexuality, Euthanasia,
Abortion, Death.

0233 
Law and Aging Seminar; Daniel Skoler Charles P. Sabatino;
Georgetown University Law Center; 1987 (Fall). Graduate Legal
Education. 3 p. Aged, Law, Economics, Competence, Decision
Making, Allowing to Die.

0234 
Medicine and Ethics; Eric Juengst, Ph.D.; Pennsylvania State
University, Hershey Medical Center; 1988 (Fall). Graduate
Medical Education. 6 p. Disclosure, Informed Consent,
Confidentiality, Decision Making, Allowing to Die, Euthanasia,
Reproductive Technologies, Physician Patient Relationship,
Moral Obligations, Resource Allocation, Values.

0235 
Health Law Seminar; Charles Culver, M.D., Ph.D.; Coralea
Wennberg, J.D.; Dartmouth Medical School; 1988 (Fall).
Graduate Medical Education. 7 p. Informed Consent, Treatment
Refusal, Death, Allowing to Die, Living Wills, Ethics
Committees, AIDS, Handicapped, Newborns, Malpractice.

0236 
Law, Medicine and Public Policy; Charles H. Baron, J.D.;
Boston College Law School; 1988 (Fall). Graduate Legal
Education. 3 p. Physician Patient Relationship,
Confidentiality, Disclosure, Informed Consent, Death, Resource
Allocation, Self Determination, Allowing to Die, Competence,
Reproductive Technologies.

0237 
Health Law; Wendy Parmet, J.D.; Northeastern University,
School of Law; 1988 (Fall). Graduate Legal Education. 5 p.
Right to Treatment, Resource Allocation, AIDS, Economics,
Health Care, Informed Consent, Confidentiality, Reproductive
Technologies, Competence, Allowing to Die, Handicapped,
Newborns, Human Experimentation.

0238 
Medical Ethics Seminar; Nancy S. Jecker, M.D.; University of
Washington, School of Medicine; 1988 (Fall). Graduate Medical
Education. 3 p. Abortion, Euthanasia, Reproductive
Technologies, Justice, Health Care, Professional Ethics, AIDS,
Patients' Rights, Right to Treatment.

0239 
Ethical Aspects of the Physician/hiv Patient Relationship;
David Smith, Ph.D. University of South Florida, School of
Medicine; 1988 (August). Graduate Medical Education. 14 p.
AIDS, Confidentiality, Moral Obligations.

0240 
Seminar in the Ethics of Health Care; Helen Jenkins; Daniel
Rothbart, George Mason University, School of Nursing and
Department of Religion and Philosophy; 1989 (Spring). Graduate
Nursing Education. 19 p. Ethics, Informed Consent, Physician
Patient Relationship, Rights, Euthanasia, Codes of Ethics,
Self Determination, Resource Allocation.

0241 
Justice and Health Care; Madison Powers J.D., D.Phil.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1989
(Fall). Graduate. 10 p. Justice, Health Care, Ethics, Resource
Allocation, Rights, Decision Making, Aged, Informed Consent.

0242 
Proseminar: Bioethics; Madison Powers J.D.,D.Phil.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1989 (Fall).
Graduate. 10 p. Bioethics, Ethics, Self Determination,
Allowing to Die, Justice, Beneficence, Human Experimentation,
Public Policy.

0243 
Managing Our Miracles; Margaret B. Britton; Kentucky Wesleyan
College, Behavioral Sciences; 1989 (Fall). Undergraduate. 2 p.
AIDS, Reproductive Technologies, Confidentiality, Allowing to
Die, Abortion, Economics, Aged.

0244 
ProblŠmes de Bio‚thique; Eric Fuchs;  Jean-Marie Thevoz;
Universit‚ de Geneve, Facult‚ Autonome de Theologie
Protestante; 1989 (Summer). Graduate. 2 p. Bioethics,
Reproductive Technologies, Prenatal Diagnosis, Genetic
Intervention, Euthanasia, Human Experimentation, Abortion,
Suicide, Resource Allocation.

0245 
Medical Ethics; Larry G. Sellers, Ph.D.; Louisiana Tech
University, Department of Zoology; 1989 (Summer).
Undergraduate. 2 p. Ethics, Abortion, Euthanasia, Paternalism,
Human Experimentation, Genetic Intervention, Reproductive
Technologies, Health Care.

0246 
Proseminar in Bioethics; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1988 (Fall).
Graduate. 7 p. Bioethics, Ethics, Public Policy, Health Care,
Human Experimentation.

0247 
Ethics and Genetic Technologies; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1989
(Spring). Graduate. 6 p. Genetic Intervention, Genetic
Screening.

0248 
Theory of Medical Ethics; Robert M. Veatch. Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1989 (Spring).
Graduate. 13 p. Ethics, Religion, Medical Ethics, Beneficence,
Autonomy, Disclosure, Euthanasia, Justice.

0249 
Informed Consent Seminar; Tom L. Beauchamp, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1989 (Spring).
Graduate. 9 p. Informed Consent; Health Care, Human
Experimentation, Law, Self Determination, Competence,
Disclosure.

0250 
Biomedical Ethics; Tom L. Beauchamp, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1989 (Spring).
Graduate. 3 p. Ethics, Self Determination; Informed Consent,
Justice, Resource Allocation, Beneficence, Death, Paternalism,
Physician Patient Relationship, Genetic Intervention.

0251 
Ethics for Clinicians; Henry S. Perkins, Ph.D.; University of
Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio, Department of
Medicine; 1989 (Winter). Continuing Medical Education. 8 p.
Bioethics, Physician Patient Relationship, Justice, Resource
Allocation, Abortion, Newborns, Euthanasia, Ethics Committees,
Informed Consent, Competence.

0252 
Ethics of Terminal Care; Robert M. Veatch, Ph.D. Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1990 (Spring).
Graduate. 17 p. Death, Informed Consent, Suicide, Allowing to
Die, Competence, Ethics Committees, Newborns, Handicapped,
Terminally Ill.

0253 
Ethics, AIDS and HIV Infection; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1990
(Spring). Graduate. 7 p. AIDS, Sexuality, Public Policy.

0254 
Killing and Letting Die; Madison Powers, J.D., D.Phil.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1990
(Spring). Graduate. 3 p. Allowing to Die, Euthanasia,
Newborns.

0255 
Introduction to Ethics: Contemporary Ethical Theory; Madison
Powers, J.D.,D.Phil., Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute
of Ethics; 1990 (Spring). Undergraduate. 3 p. Ethics,
Abortion, Euthanasia, Sexuality, Health Care, Rights, Resource
Allocation.

0256 
Proseminar in Bioethics II; Tom L. Beauchamp, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1990
(Spring). Graduate. 4 p. Ethics, Medical Ethics, Self
Determination, Justice, Beneficence, Virtues.

0257 
Bioethics; Tom L. Beauchamp, Ph.D.; Georgetown University,
Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1990 (Spring). Graduate. 3 p.
Ethics, Justice, Resource Allocation, Self Determination,
Confidentiality, Informed Consent, Beneficence, Paternalism,
Virtues, Death, Allowing to Die. 

0258 
Theories of Medical Ethics; Robert M. Veatch, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1991
(Spring). Graduate. 17 p. Ethics, Judaism, Roman Catholicism,
Protestantism, Religious Ethics, Codes of Ethics, Patients'
Rights, Bioethics, International Aspects.

0259 
Ethical Theory; Tom L. Beauchamp, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1990 (Fall).
Graduate. 4 p. Ethics, Morality, Virtues, Rights, Justice,
Values, Utilitarian Ethics, Deontological Ethics,
Communitarian Ethics.

0260 
Proseminar in Ethical Theory; Tom L. Beauchamp, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1990
(Fall). Graduate. 7 p. Ethics, Justice, Self Determination,
Utilitarianism, Deontological Ethics, Virtues, Communitarian
Ethics.

0261 
Proseminar in Bioethics; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1990 (Fall).
Graduate. 8 p. Animal Experimentation, Reproductive
Technologies, Resource Allocation, Abortion, Ethics, Virtues,
Morality, Public Policy, International Aspects.

0262 
Catholic Medical Ethics; Rev. J. Bryan Hehir; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1990 (Fall).
Graduate. 6 p. Roman Catholicism, Morality, Abortion,
Contraception, Ethics, Public Policy, Virtues, Euthanasia,
Killing, Reproductive Technologies, Sterilization, Allowing to
Die, Resource Allocation, Justice.

0263 
Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care Management; Sheila
Cohen Zimmet, J.D. and Judith M. Cassels, D.Sc.N.; Georgetown
University, School of Nursing; 1990 (Fall). Graduate Nursing
Education. 3 p. Ethics, Malpractice, Informed Consent,
Confidentiality, Public Policy, Euthanasia, Allowing to Die,
Abortion, Genetic Intervention, Human Experimentation,
Newborns, Handicapped, Mental Health, AIDS, Resource
Allocation, Transplantation, Ethics Committees.

0264 
Critical Issues in Bioethics; John T. Mitchell, Ph.D.; Colgate
University, Biology Department. 1989 (Fall). Undergraduate. 2
p. Bioethics, Health Care, Public Policy, AIDS, Euthanasia,
Death, Living Wills, Paternalism, Self Determination, Informed
Consent, Resource Allocation, Rights, Organ Transplantation,
Reproductive Technologies, Abortion, Genetics, Allowing to
Die, Newborns, Human Experimentation, Animal Experimentation,
Involuntary Commitment.

0265 
Ethics and the Epidemic of HIV Infection and AIDS; LeRoy
Walters, Ph.D.; Church of the Pilgrims, Washington D.C; 1990
(Fall). Continuing Education. 7 p. AIDS, Health Care,
Confidentiality, Physician Patient Relationship.

0266 
Ethics, AIDS and the HIV Infection; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1990
(Spring). Graduate. 7 p. AIDS, Sexuality, Drugs, Public
Policy, Confidentiality, Health Care, Education.

0267 
Law, Morality and Medicine; G. Madison Powers, J.D., D.Phil.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1990
(Fall). Graduate. 3 p. Law, Rights, Health Care, Physician
Patient Relationship, Confidentiality, Abortion,
Contraception, Treatment Refusal, Allowing to Die, Pregnant
Women, Minors.

0268 
Human Values: Experimentation On Human Subjects; Eric M.
Meslin, Ph.D.; University of Toronto, Department of
Philosophy; 1991 (Fall). Undergraduate. 7 p. Human
Experimentation, Ethics Committees, Informed Consent,
Confidentiality, Misconduct.

0269 
Introduction to Ethics: Contemporary Ethical Theories; Madison
Powers, J.D., D.Phil. Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute
of Ethics; 1990 (Spring). Undergraduate. 4 p. Ethics,
Utilitarianism, Justice, Abortion, Reproductive Technologies,
Value of Life, Capital Punishment, Euthanasia, Rights, Health
Care, War, Morality.

0270 
Medical Ethics as Practical Discourse of Communicative
Interaction; David J. Isch. Mount Saint Mary College,
Department of Philosophy. 1990 (Fall). Undergraduate. 18 p.
Ethics, Informed Consent, Suicide, Treatment Refusal, Allowing
to Die, Beneficence, Justice, Public Policy, Resource
Allocation, Physician Patient Relationship, Confidentiality,
Disclosure, Genetic Intervention, Reproductive Technologies,
Sterilization, Human Experimentation.

0271 
Medical Ethics; James V. Kerrigan, M.B.A.; Stonehill College,
Health Administration Department. 1990 (Fall). Undergraduate.
16 p. Medical Ethics, Physician Patient Relationship,
Contraception, Abortion, Human Experimentation, Allowing to
Die, Killing, Informed Consent, Justice, Genetic Intervention,
Reproductive Technologies, Transplantation, Mental Health,
Resource Allocation, Death, International Aspects.

0272 
Seminar in Science and Human Affairs: Bioethics; Kathleen
Cranley Glass; Concordia University, Science and Human
Affairs; 1989 (Fall). Undergraduate. 16 p. Ethics, Informed
Consent, Physician Patient Relationship, Abortion, Genetic
Intervention, Reproductive Technologies, Recombinant DNA
Research, Transplantation, Property Rights, AIDS, Allowing to
Die. Professor's address: McGill Centre for Medicine, Ethics
and Law, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec.

0273 
Topics in Bioethics: Killing and Letting Die; Madison Powers,
J.D., D.Phil.; Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of
Ethics; 1990 (Spring). Graduate. 3 p. Killing, Allowing to
Die, Euthanasia, Value of Life, Newborns, Handicapped.

0274 
Topics in Bioethics: Environment and Health Policy; Madison
Powers, J.D., D.Phil.; Georgetown University, Kennedy
Institute of Ethics; 1991 (Spring). Graduate. 7 p. Health
Hazards, Health Care, Public Policy, Technology Assessment,
Costs and Benefits, Human Rights, Economics, Justice, Moral
Obligations.

0275 
Informed Consent Seminar; Tom L. Beauchamp, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1991 (Spring).
Graduate. 9 p. Informed Consent, Human Experimentation,
Physician Patient Relationship, Law, Decision Making, Self
Determination, Competence, Disclosure, Coercion, Aged, Minors,
Mentally Handicapped.

0276 
Ethics for the Health Care Professional; James J. McCartney,
OSA, Ph.D.; Villanova University, Department of Philosophy;
1991 (Spring). Undergraduate/Continuing Medical Education. 4
p. Ethics, Allowing to Die, Medical Ethics, Self
Determination, Informed Consent, Confidentiality, Disclosure,
Genetic Screening, Human Experimentation, Codes of Ethics,
Beneficence, Death, Living Wills, Treatment Refusal,
Euthanasia, Abortion, Reproduction, Resource Allocation,
Transplantation, Rights.

0277 
Ethics for the Health Care Professional; James J. McCartney,
OSA, Ph.D.; Villanova University, Department of Philosophy;
1990 (Spring). Undergraduate/Continuing Medical Education. 3
p. Ethics, Morality, Self Determination, Beneficence, Risks,
Justice, Decision Making, Genetic Counseling, Prenatal
Diagnosis, Abortion, Reproduction, Surrogacy, Transplantation,
Allowing to Die, Newborns, Physician Patient Relationship,
Death, Living Wills. 

0278 
Ethics for the Health Care Professional; James J. McCartney,
OSA, Ph.D.; Villanova University, Department of Philosophy;
1990 (Fall). Undergraduate/Continuing Medical Education. 3 p.
Ethics, Allowing to Die, Medical Ethics, Self Determination,
Informed Consent, Confidentiality, Disclosure, Genetic
Screening, Human Experimentation, Codes of Ethics,
Beneficence, Death, Living Wills, Treatment Refusal,
Euthanasia, Abortion, Reproductive Technologies, Resource
Allocation, Transplantation, Justice.

0279 
Literature and Medical Ethics Seminars; John La Puma, M.D.;
Lutheran General Hospital; 1991/1992. Continuing Medical
Education. 2 p. Medicine, Literature, History, Sexuality,
Aged, Death, Suicide, Drugs, Decision Making, Genetic
Intervention, Reproduction, Mentally Ill, Euthanasia.

0280 
Scholars-in-Residence Reading Course; John La Puma, M.D.;
Lutheran General Hospital; 1988-1991. Continuing Medical
Education. 3 p. Medical Ethics, Resource Allocation, Minors,
Health Care, AIDS, Virtues, Physician Patient Relationship,
Justice, Human Experimentation.

0281 
Catholic Medical Ethics; Rev. J. Bryan Hehir; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1991 (Fall).
Graduate. 7 p. Roman Catholicism, Morality, Abortion,
Contraception, Ethics, Public Policy, Medical Ethics, Virtues,
Euthanasia, Killing, Sexuality, Reproductive Technologies,
Sterilization, Allowing to Die, Resource Allocation, Justice.

0282 
Proseminar in Bioethics II; Robert M. Veatch, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1991
(Spring). Graduate. 17 p. Ethics, Medical Ethics,
International Aspects, Cultural Pluralism, Religion, Codes of
Ethics, Judaism, Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Virtues,
Beneficence, Self Determination, Disclosure, Killing, Justice.

0283 
Ethics and Genetic Technologies; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1991
(Spring). Graduate. 6 p. Genetic Intervention, Genome Mapping,
Genetic Screening, Gene Therapy.

0284 
Ethics and AIDS; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.; Georgetown University,
Kennedy Institute of Ethics, 1992 (Spring). Graduate. 7 p.
AIDS, Sexuality, Physician Patient Relationship,
Confidentiality, Health Insurance; International Aspects.

0285 
Ethics of Terminal Care; Robert M. Veatch, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics, 1992 (Spring).
Graduate. 17 p. Death, Allowing to Die, Informed Consent,
Disclosure, Suicide, Treatment Refusal, Killing, Competence,
Living Wills, Third Party Consent, Ethics Committees, Resource
Allocation, Aged.

0286 
Literture and Medical Ethics Seminars; John La Puma, M.D.;
Lutheran General Hospital, 1990-1991. Continuing Medical
Education. 2 p. Medicine, Literature, History, Physician
Patient Relationship, Death, Aged, Epidemic.

0287 
``Ethics for Lunch'' Seminars; John La Puma, M.D.; Lutheran
General Hospital, 1989-1991. Continuing Medical Education. 4
p. Drugs, Allowing to Die, Living Wills, Religion,
Transplantation, Ethics Committees, Economics, Health Care,
Decision Making, Third Party Consent, Resource Allocation,
Virtues, AIDS, Treatment Refusal, Informed Consent,
Resuscitation, Mental Health, Aged, Death, In Vitro
Fertilization, Gene Therapy, Withholding Treatment, Abortion,
Human Experimentation.

0288 
Ethics and Access to Health Care; Madison Powers, J.D.,
D.Phil.; Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University,
1991 (Fall). Graduate. 11 p. Health Care, Health Insurance,
Justice, Rights, Resource Allocation, Economics. 

0289 
Realities of Medicine; Barbara Sharf, Ph.D.; Norman Gevitz,
Ph.D.; University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Medicine;
1992 (Spring). Graduate Medicial Education. 12 p. Medicine,
Law, Aged, Health Care, Malpractice, Cultural Pluralism,
Resource Allocation, Physicians.

0290 
Responsibilities of Medical Practice; Bernard Lo, M.D.;
University of California, San Francisco, Department of
Medicine; 1992. Graduate Medicial Education. 100+ p.
(Oversized; $10.00) Allowing to Die, Euthanasia, Living Wills,
Resuscitation, Informed Consent, Disclosure, Malpractice,
Health Care, Insurance, Law, Adolescents, AIDS, Sexuality,
Genetic Intervention, Treatment Refusal, Reproductive
Technologies, Newborns.

0291
Ethics and Law; Kenneth Vaux,Ph.D.; University of Illinois at
Chicago, College of Medicine; 1992(Fall/Winter). Graduate
Medicial Education. 5 p. Autonomy, Treatment Refusal,
Beneficence, AIDS, Moral Obligations, Human Experimentation,
Justice, Health Care Delivery, Death, Physicians.

0292 
Human Values in Medicine; Staff; Northeastern Ohio
Universities, College of Medicine; 1990-1991. Graduate
Medicial Education. 59 p. (Oversized; $10.00). Medical Ethics,
Literature, Children, AIDS, Sexuality, Communication,
Economics, Death, Aged, Physicians, Religion, Physician
Patient Relationship. (Note: This is a collection of outlines
from classes offered throughout the year. Some are
multi-session courses; others are single-session.)

0293 
AIDS - Legal Issues; Mark E. Wojcik, J.D., LL.M.; Scott H.
Isaacman, M.S., D.O., J.D.; DePaul University, College of Law,
Health Law Institute; 1992 (Summer). Graduate Legal Education.
11 p. AIDS, Health Care, Law, Medicine, Confidentiality,
Education, Refusal to Treat, International Aspects, Prisoners,
Insurance.

0294 
Seminar in the Ethics of Health Care; Mary Silva, R.N., Ph.D.;
George Mason University, School of Nursing; 1992 (Fall).
Graduate Nursing Education. 13 p. Medical Ethics, Virtues,
Moral Obligations, Nurse Patient Relationship, Bioethics.

0295 
Philosophy and Medicine (M-1); John Moskop, Ph.D.; East
Carolina University, Department of Medical Humanities, School
of Medicine; 1992 (Fall). Graduate Medical Education. 7 p.
Medical Ethics, Patients' Rights, Codes of Ethics,
Paternalism, Informed Consent, Competence, Disclosure,
Confidentiality, Physician Patient Relationship, AIDS,
Allowing to Die, Death, Abortion, Handicapped, Newborns, Human
Experimentation, Fraud.

0296 
Philosophy and Medicine (M-2); Loretta Kopelman, M.D.; East
Carolina University, Department of Medical Humanities, School
of Medicine; 1992 (Fall). Graduate Medicial Education. 8 p.
Health Care, Rights, Economics, Insurance, Futility,
Euthanasia, Physicians, Public Policy, Ethics Committees,
Animal Rights, Genetic Intervention, Literature, Abortion,
Fetuses, Transplantation, Pregnant Women, Drugs, AIDS,
Minority Groups.

0297 
Proseminar in Bioethics; LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1992 (Fall).
Graduate. 8 p. Bioethics, Euthanasia, Abortion, Health Care,
Resource Allocation, Medical Ethics, Casuistry, Virtues,
Ethics Committees, Curriculum.

0298 
Medical Ethics; Steve Levicoff, Ph.D. Biblical Theological
Seminary (Hatfield, Pa.); 1992-93 (Winter). Graduate. 12 p.
Medical Ethics, Religion, Law, Autonomy, Confidentiality,
Disclosure, Informed Consent, Rights, Treatment Refusal,
Abortion, Reproductive Technologies, Genetic Intervention,
Transplantation, Death, Euthanasia, Living Wills, AIDS.

0299 
Counseling and the Law; Steve Levicoff, Ph.D.; Biblical
Theological Seminary (Hatfield, Pa.); 1991 (Spring). Graduate.
10 p. Law, Religion, Social Work, Psychiatry, Confidentiality.

0300 
Theories of Medical Ethics; Robert M. Veatch, Ph.D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1993
(Spring). Graduate. 17 p. Medical Ethics, Religion, Cultural
Pluralism, International Aspects, Codes of Ethics, Virtues,
Moral Obligations, Autonomy, Disclosure, Killing, Euthanasia,
Justice.

302 
Law, Morality, and Medicine; Madison Powers, J.D., D.Phil.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1992
(Fall). 10 p. Law, Medicine, Philosophy, Abortion,
Confidentiality, Allowing to Die, Physician Patient
Relationship, Pregnant Women, Health Care, Public Policy,
Rights, Malpractice, Economics.

0303 
Bioethics Course; Rev. Walter K. Black, et al.; University of
Western Australia; 1991 Summer. Undergraduate. 4p.
(Professor's address: L.J. Goody Bioethics Centre, 39 Jugan
Street, Glendalough, W.A., Australia 6016). Confidentiality,
Privacy, Disclosure, Euthanasia, Physician Patient
Relationship, Professional Ethics, Allowing to Die, Killing,
Sexuality, Contraception, Homosexuality. 

0304 
Bioethics Course; Rev. Walter K. Black, et al.; University of
Western Australia; 1992 Summer. Graduate Medical Education,
Continuing Medical Education. 4p. (Professor's address: L.J.
Goody Bioethics Centre, 39 Jugan Street, Glendalough, W.A.,
Australia 6016). Confidentiality, Privacy, Disclosure,
Resource Allocation, Extraordinary Treatment, AIDS, Moral
Obligations.

0305 
Seminars in Bioethics: Case Studies, Questions and References;
John Senn, M.D., et al. University of Toronto, Sunnybrook
Medical Center; 1992-1993. Graduate Medical Education. 36p.
Allowing to Die, Informed Consent, Competence, Reproduction,
AIDS, Resource Allocation, Parental Consent.

0306 
Deontology of Medical Ethics; Yaman ™rs, M.D. Ankara Medical
Faculty, Unit of Medical Ethics; 1993-1994. Graduate Medical
Education. 2p. (Professor's address: Unit of Medical Ethics,
Ankara Medical Faculty, Sihhiye, 06100, Ankara, Turkey).
Ethical Theory, Values, Physician Patient Relationship.

0307 
Seminar in Bioethics; Frederick Lowy, M.D., Eric Meslin, 
Ph.D., Peter A. Singer, M.D.; University of Toronto, Centre
for Bioethics; 1992-1993. Graduate. 2p. Medical Ethics,
Physician Patient Relationship, Clinical Ethics Committees,
Consultation, Human Experimentation, Informed Consent,
Research Ethics Committees, Fraud, Conflicts of Interest.

0308 
Introduction to Biomedical Ethics for Elderhostel; Staff; New
Mexico Health Decisions; no date; Continuing Education. 2p.
Ethical Theory, Medical Ethics, Reproductive Technologies,
Genetic Intervention, Prenatal Diagnosis, Abortion, Suicide,
Euthanasia, Resource Allocation, Rights, Clinical Ethics
Committees, Beneficence, Autonomy, Justice, Codes of Ethics,
Truth Disclosure, Obligations of Society, Treatment Refusal,
Compliance, Confidentiality.

0309 
Ethics of Medical Practice: Introduction to Clinical Medicine;
West Virginia University, Health Sciences Center; 1992;
Graduate Medical Education. 44p. Ethical Theory, Decision
Making, Informed Consent, Treatment Refusal; Truth Disclosure,
Confidentiality, Duty to Warn, Allowing to Die, Withholding
Treatment, Terminal Care, Abortion, Medical Education.

0310 
Ethics Committee Readings; Kate Christensen, M.D.; Kaiser
Permanente, Antioch, CA; 1993; Continuing Medical Education.
7p. Clinical Ethics Committees, Autonomy, Justice,
Beneficence, Ethical Theory, Competence, Third Party Consent,
Informed Consent, Confidentiality, Coma, Brain Death,
Prolongation of Life, Artificial Nutrition, Resuscitation
Orders, Advance Directives, Truth Disclosure, Consultation,
Cultural Pluralism, Resource Allocation, AIDS.

0311 
Ethiek en Gezondheidszorg; Prof. dr. Henk ten Have; Catholic
University of Nijmegen (Netherlands), Faculty of Medical
Sciences; 1993; Graduate Medical Education. 20p. Medical
Ethics, Euthanasia, Public Policy, Patient Education, Clinical
Ethics Committees, Informed Consent, Human Experimentation,
Codes of Ethics, Coma, Allowing to Die, Terminal Care,
Resource Allocation.

0312 
Medical Humanities Program (Packet for 1992-1993); Janet
Fleetwood, Ph.D., et al.; Medical College of Pennsylvania,
Department of Community and Preventive Medicine; 1992-1993;
Graduate Medical Education. 8p. Medicine, Historical Aspects,
Art, Cultural Pluralism, Alternative Therapies, Religion,
Literature. (Note: this is a collection of outlines from
classes offered throughout the year.)

0313 
Death, Dying and Modern Technology; David J. Isch; Mount Saint
Mary College, Philosophy Department; 1992 Spring;
Undergraduate. 15p. Allowing to Die, Ethical Theory, Autonomy,
Third Party Consent, Aged, Terminal Care, Decision Making,
Living Wills, Public Policy, Resource Allocation.

0314 
Ethics for Mental Health Counselors and Human Services
Delivery Professionals; Evan DeRenzo, Ph.D.; Marymount
University, 1993 Summer; Graduate. 13p. Ethical Theory,
Virtues, Feminism, Autonomy, Beneficence, Justice, Psychology,
Professional Patient Relationship, Social Workers, Patient
Advocacy.

0315 
Theories of Biomedical Ethics; Staff; University of Otago (New
Zealand), School of Medicine; no date; Graduate Medical
Education. 3p. Ethical Theory, Personhood, Autonomy,
Beneficence, Informed Consent, Truth Disclosure,
Confidentiality, Patient's Rights, Rights, Resource
Allocation, Determination of Death, Terminal Care; Euthanasia,
Allowing to Die, Newborns, Abortion, Reproductive
Technologies, Genetic Counseling, Organ Donation, Occupational
Medicine, Human Experimentation, Psychiatry, Feminism, Nursing
Ethics.

0316 
Ethics (Segment of Issues in Contemporary Medicine); Rev.
Frank S. Moyer and Lorys F. Oddi; University of Illinois,
College of Medicine at Rockford; 1993 Winter; Graduate Medical
Education. 3p. Medical Ethics, Ethical Theory, Decision
Making, Physician Patient Relationship, Informed Consent,
Deception, Allowing to Die, Law.

0317 
Ethics Multi-Course Sequential Learning in the Undergraduate
Curriculum at the University of Minnesota School of Nursing;
Laura Duckett, Ph.D., R.N. and Muriel Ryden, Ph.D., R.N.;
University of Minnesota, School of Nursing; 1992 October;
Undergraduate. 13p. Nursing Ethics, Ethical Theory, Decision
Making, Paternalism, Informed Consent, Communication, Nurse
Patient Relationship, Children, Aged, Artificial Nutrition,
Terminal Care, Adolescents, Futility, Withholding Treatment,
Organ Donation, Anencephaly, Intensive Care Units, Patient
Education, Justice, Human Experimentation. (Note: This is a
collection of course abstracts.)

0318 
Oxford Practical Skills Project (Sample materials); Tony Hope,
Ph.D.; John Radcliffe Hospital (Oxford, England), Medical
School; 1993 Fall; Continuing Medical Education. 56p.
(Oversized; $10.00) Ethical Theory, Law, Allowing to Die,
Resuscitation Orders, Confidentiality, Informed Consent,
Reproductive Technologies, Death, Transplantation, Human
Experimentation, Resource Allocation.

0319 
Introduction to Clinical Ethics; Robert J. Boyle, M.D. and
John C. Fletcher, Ph.D.; University of Virginia, Center for
Biomedical Ethics; 1993 Fall; Graduate. 4p. Medical Ethics,
Confidentiality, Privacy, Communication, Truth Telling,
Disclosure, Competence, Decision Making, Informed Consent,
Treatment Refusal, Allowing to Die, Death, Withholding
Treatment, Children, Newborns, Reproduction, Selection for
Treatment, Economics, Patient Advocacy.

0320 
Curricular Goals for Pharmacy Ethics; Amy Haddad, Ph.D., et
al.; Creighton University, School of Pharmacy and Allied
Health Professions; Fall 1993. 53p. (Oversized; $10.00)
Medical Ethics, Pharmacists, Drug Industry. (Note: this is a
draft of a paper that will be published in the American
Journal of Pharmaceutical Education; it includes an extensive
bibliography of readings on pharmacy ethics.)

0321 
Medical Ethics; Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D.; Cleveland State
University, Philosophy Department; 1993 Spring; Undergraduate.
1p. Medical Ethics, Paternalism, Health Care; Public Policy,
Assisted Suicide, Organ Transplantation.

0322 
Feminist Medical Ethics Workshop; Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D.;
Cleveland State University, Philosophy Department; 1993(?);
Continuing Education. 1p. Medical Ethics, Feminism, Females,
Aged, In Vitro Fertilization, Surrogate Mothers.

0323 
Philosophy and Medicine; Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D.; Cleveland
State University, Philosophy Department; 1993; Undergraduate.
5p. Medicine, Physicians, Concept of Health, Sexuality,
Females, Mind/Body Problem, Cultural Pluralism.

0324 
Bioethics and the Law; Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D.; Cleveland
State University, Philosophy Department; 1992 Summer;
Undergraduate/Graduate. 4p. Law, Medicine, Rights, Privacy,
Treatment Refusal, Autonomy, Competence, Third Party Consent,
Paternalism, Decision Making, Withholding Treatment, Allowing
to Die, Euthanasia.

0325 
Policy Issues in Bioethics; Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D.;
Cleveland State University, Philosophy Department; 1993
Spring; Undergraduate/Graduate. 3p. Surrogate Mothers, AIDS,
Mass Screening, Mental Illness, Genome Mapping, Assisted
Suicide, Euthanasia, Drug Abuse.

0326 
Clinical Issues in Bioethics; Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D.;
Cleveland State University, Philosophy Department; 1993
Winter; Undergraduate/Graduate. 2p. Human Experimentation,
Drugs, Assisted Suicide, Living Wills, Truth Disclosure,
Allowing to Die, Newborns, AIDS, Physicians, Restraints, Drug
Abuse, Organ Transplantation.

0327 
Moral Reasoning and Bioethics; Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D.;
Cleveland State University, Philosophy Department; 1992 Fall;
Undergraduate/Graduate. 4p. Ethical Theory, Morality, Virtues,
Philosophy, Decision Making.

0328 
Proseminar in Bioethics. LeRoy Walters, Ph.D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1993 Fall; Graduate.
8 p. Bioethics, Euthanasia, Abortion, Resource Allocation,
Health Care, Ethical Theory, Ethic of Care, Virtues, Feminism,
Ethics Committees.

0329 
Ethics and Genetic Technologies; LeRoy Walters, Ph. D.;
Georgetown University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1993
Spring; Graduate. 7 p. Genetic Intervention, Eugenics,
National Socialism, Genome Mapping, Genetic Testing, Genetic
Screening, Gene Therapy.

0330  
Theories of Medical Ethics; Robert Veatch, Ph. D.; Georgetown
University, Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1993 Spring;
Graduate. 17 p. Ethical Theory, Religious Ethics, Judaism,
Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Rights, Patient's Rights,
Islam, Hinduism, China, Japan, Codes of Ethics.

0331 
Bioethics; Tom Beauchamp, Ph.D.; Georgetown University,
Kennedy Institute of Ethics; 1993 Spring; Undergraduate;. 3p.
Ethical Theory; Virtues, Ethic of Care; Autonomy,
Confidentiality, Privacy, Informed Consent, Truth Disclosure,
Beneficence, Death, Allowing to Die, Paternalism, Justice,
Resource Allocation.

0332 
Clinical Ethics: Theory and Practice; Carol Taylor, M.S.N.,
R.N. Ph. D.(cand.); Georgetown University, School of Nursing;
1993 Fall/1994 Spring; Graduate. 9 p. Ethical Theory, Nursing
Ethics, Medical Ethics, Economics, Justice, Law, Reproductive
Technologies, Reproduction, Newborns, Minors, Mental Health,
Aged, Allowing to Die, Ethics Consultation, AIDS, Genetics,
Genome Mapping.

0333 
Bioethics; Warren T. Reich, S.T.D.; Georgetown University,
School of Medicine; Spring 1993; Graduate Medical Education.
13 p. Ethics Consultation, Law, Bioethics, Competence,
Informed Consent, Confidentiality, AIDS, Aged, Resuscitation,
Advance Directives, Economics, Justice, Suicide, Euthanasia,
Fetuses, Abortion, Transplantation, Medical Education, Sexism.

0334 
Ethics of Clinical Practice: Introduction to Clinical Medicine
1994. Alvin H. Moss, M.D.; et al.; West Virginia University,
Health Sciences Center, Center for Health Ethics and Law; 1994
Fall. Graduate Medical Education. 172 p. *** Not available for
distribution from the National Reference Center for Bioethics
Literature ***  Ethical Theory, Decision Making, Informed
Consent, Competence, Treatment Refusal, Biomedical
Technologies, Terminal Care, Assisted Suicide, Euthanasia,
Moral Obligations.

0335 
Intensive Workshop on Health Ethics for Faculty. Alvin H.
Moss, M.D.; Mark R. Wicclair, Ph.D.; Sandra A. Price, J.D.;
Bruce D. Weinstein, Ph.D.; West Virginia University, Health
Sciences Center, Center for Health Ethics and Law; 1994
Winter. Continuing Medical Education. 152 p. *** Not available
for distribution from the National Reference Center for
Bioethics Literature ***  Ethical Theory, Decision Making,
Competence, Communication, Resource Allocation, Health Care
Delivery, Values, Law.

0336 
Ethical Considerations in Health Care Delivery. STAFF.
California College for Health Sciences (222 W. 24th Street,
National City, Ca. 91950). 1993. 380 p. (Oversized; not
available from the NRC -- contact the CCHS). Bioethics,
Reproductive Technologies, Abortion, Newborns, Fetuses, Human
Experimentation, Eugenics, Health Insurance, Resource
Allocation, Economics, Justice, Death, Euthanasia, Allowing to
Die, Competence, Futility, Living Wills, Advance Directives,
Resuscitation. (Note: this is a correspondence course).

0337 
Bioethics and Politics. Henry R. Glick; Florida State
University, Department of Political Science; 1994 Fall.
Undergraduate. 5 p. Ethical Theory, Right to Die, Abortion,
Law.

0338 
Genetics and the New Reproductive Technologies: Ethical and
Social Issues. Arthur L. Caplan, Ph.D.; University of
Pennsylvania, Center for Bioethics; 1994 Fall. Graduate. 3 p.
Human Experimentation, Genome Mapping, Genetic Counselling,
Genetic Screening, Health, Eugenics, Reproduction.

0339 
Seminar in the Ethics of Health Care. Mary C. Silva, R.N.,
Ph.D., Jean Sorrell, R.N., D.A.Ed., Elizabeth Choi, R.N.,
Ph.D. George Mason University, College of Nursing and Health
Science; 1994 Summer/Fall. Graduate Nursing. 18 p. Ethical
Theory, Caring, Virtues, Moral Development, Codes of Ethics,
Decision Making, Moral Obligations.

0340 
Ethics for the Health Services Manager. Eileen E. Morrison,
M.P.H., Ed.D. University of Mary Hardin-Baylor; 1994 Summer.
Graduate. 9 p. Ethical Theory, Decision Making, Conflict of
Interest, Moral Obligations, Managed Care, Confidentiality,
Peer Review, Resource Allocation, Informed Consent,
Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide, Living Wills, AIDS.

0341 
Bioethics and the Law. Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D. Cleveland
State University, Department of Philosophy; 1993 Fall.
Graduate. 5 p. Law, Medicine, Beneficence, Withholding
Treatment, Allowing to Die, Resuscitation, Euthanasia,
Informed Consent, Disclosure, Malpractice.

0342 
Ethics of the Clinton Health Plan. Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D.
Cleveland State University, Department of Philosophy. 1994
Spring. Graduate. 3 p. Health Care Delivery, Economics,
Justice, Moral Obligations, Rights, Long Term Care, Aged,
Physically Disabled, Mentally Disabled, Ethical Theory,
Quality of Care.

0343 
Clinical Issues in Bioethics. Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D.
Cleveland State University, Department of Philosophy. 1994
Winter. Graduate. 4 p. Medical Ethics, Patient Care, Physician
Patient Relationship, Truth Disclosure, AIDS, Restraints.

0344 
Jewish Approaches to Biomedical Ethics. Aaron L. Mackler,
Ph.D. Jewish Theological Seminary of America. 1993 Fall.
Graduate. 6 p.  Jewish Ethics, Abortion, Ethical Theory,
Medical Ethics, Physician Patient Relationship, Death,
Allowing to Die, Advanced Directives, Organ Transplantation,
Reproductive Technologies, Resource Allocation, Health
Insurance, Genetic Intervention, Animal Experimentation.

0345 
Introduction to Biomedical Ethics. M. Lynn Crisom, Pharm. D.
University of Texas at Austin, College of Pharmacy. 1993 Fall.
Graduate. 6 p. Ethical Theory, Autonomy, Truth Disclosure,
Informed Consent, Competence, Truth Disclosure, Physician
Patient Relationship, Killing, Pain, Allowing to Die,
Withholding Treatment, Moral Obligations, Third Party Consent.

0346 
Oxford Practice Skills Project -- Sample Teaching Materials.
Tony Hope, Ph.D., MRCPsych. John Radcliffe Hospital, Medical
School Offices (Heading, Oxford, England OX3 9DU). 1994.
Graduate Medical Education. (Oversized; $10.00) Ethical
Theory, Communication, Physician Patient Relationship,
Informed Consent, Confidentiality, Resuscitation, Truth
Disclosure.

0347 
Medical Ethics. C. Donald Keyes. Duquesne University,
Department of Philosophy. 1993 Fall. Undergraduate. 4 p.
Ethical Theory, Physician Patient Relationship, Justice, Moral
Obligations, Health Care, Resource Allocation, Brain Death,
Euthanasia, Reproductive Technologies, Rights, Organ
Transplantation, Human Experimentation.

0348 
Bioethics. Janet Fleetwood, Ph.D. and Dr. Feldman. Medical
College of Pennsylvania, Medical Humanities Program. 1994.
Graduate Medical Education. 2 p. Informed Consent,
Confidentiality, Withholding Treatment, Allowing to Die,
Drugs, Health Care, Resource Allocation.

0349 
The Biomedical Revolution and Ethics. John Howie. Southern
Illinois University at Carbondale. 1994 Spring. Undergraduate.
10 p. Ethical Theory, Physician Patient Relationship, Informed
Consent, Truth Disclosure, Autonomy, Moral Obligations, Death,
Genetic Intervention, Abortion, Euthanasia, Population, Organ 
Transplantation, Human Experimentation, Justice, Public
Policy.

0350 
Interdisciplinary Seminar in Death and Dying. Kevin T. Keith.
Trinity College. 1995 Spring. Graduate. 5 p. Death, Terminal
Care, Autonomy, Competence, Minors

0351 
Bioethics. Kevin T. Keith. Trinity College. 1995 Spring.
Graduate. 5 p. Ethical Theory, Bioethics, Professional Ethics,
Patients, Autonomy, Competence,  Decision Making, Personhood,
Euthanasia, Suicide, Codes of Ethics, Human Experimentation,
Animal Experimentation, Aged, Disabled, Minors, Fetuses,
Mentally disabled.

0352 
Clinical Ethics: Theory and Practice. Carol Taylor, Ph.D.
(cand.); M.S.N.; R.N. Georgetown University, School of
Nursing. 1995 Spring. Graduate Nursing. 14 p. Ethical Theory,
Professional Ethics, Patient Care, Decision Making, Referral
and Consultation, Clinical Ethics Committees, Codes of Ethics,
Physician Patient Relationship, Nurse Patient Relationship,
Rights, Moral Obligations, Resource Allocation, Law, Medicine,
Reproductive Technologies, Genetic Intervention, Genetic
Counselling, AIDS, Confidentiality, Refusal to Treat, Advance
Directives, Allowing to Die, Euthanasia, Human Genome Project,
Gene Therapy, Involuntary Commitment, Suicide, Mentally Ill,
Competence.

0353 
Eugenics and Ethics. LeRoy Walters, Ph.D. Georgetown
University, Philosophy Department. 1995 Spring. Graduate. 6 p.
Eugenics, Involuntary Sterilization, Mentally Disabled,
Genocide, National Socialism.

0354 
Ethics of Death and Dying. Robert M. Veatch, Ph.D. Georgetown
University, Philosophy Department. 1994 Spring. Graduate. 20
p. Terminal Care, Death, Informed Consent, Suicide, Killing,
Allowing to Die, Living Wills, Advance Directives, Third Party
Consent, Clinical Ethics Committees, Newborns, Futile, Aged.

0355 
Theories of Medical Ethics. Robert M. Veatch, Ph.D. Georgetown
University, Philosophy Department. 1994 Spring. Graduate. 16
p. Judaism, Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, Islam, Hinduism,
Codes of Ethics, China, Japan, Cultural Pluralism,
International Aspects.

0356 
Bioethics. Evan G. DeRenzo, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University,
Montgomery County Center. 1995 Spring. Graduate. 10 p. Ethical
Theory, Bioethics, Organ Donation, Virtues, Decision Making,
Misconduct, Morality, Reproduction, Genetic Intervention,
Allowing to Die, Human Experimentation, Animal
Experimentation.

0357
Ethics of Care. Maggie Little, Ph.D. Georgetown University,
Philosophy Department. 1994 Fall. Graduate. 2 p. Feminism,
Moral Development, Caring, Morality, Ethical Theory, Virtue,
Abortion.