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Military Medical Ethics for the 21st Century

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Military Medical Ethics for the 21st Century

Authors :

Michael L. Gross



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Ashgate Publishing Limited,U.K.

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Ashgate Publishing

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£ 70.00

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Military Medical Ethics for the 21st Century

Contents: Introduction: military medical ethics in the 21st century, Michael L. Gross and Don Carrick; Part I Battlefield Ethics: Military medical ethics: experience from Operation Iraqi Freedom, Jacob Collen, Patrick O’Malley, Michael Roy and Laura Sessums; The doctrine of double effect, utilitarianism, and the treatment of civilian casualties, Marcus Schulzke; Civilian care in war: lessons from Afghanistan, Peter Olsthoorn and Myriame Bollen; The limits of impartial medical treatment during armed conflict, Michael L. Gross; Medical neutrality and the dilemmas of war, Paul Gilbert; Revisiting medical neutrality as a moral value and as a doctrine in international law, Yechiel Michael Barilan and Shlomit Zuckerman. Part II Military Medical Ethics and New Technologies: Enhanced warfighters: a policy framework, Maxwell J. Mehlman, Patrick Lin and Keith Abney; Refusing to be all that you can be: regulating against forced cognitive enhancement in the military, Lauren R. Robbins; Ethics and censorship of dual-use life science research, Michael J. Selgelid; Biosecurity and dual-use issues: the education module resource, Maria J. Espona; Psychologists, torture and SERE, Jessica Wolfendale. Part III Patient Rights, Research Ethics and Military Medical Ethics Education: Rights of British military patients during peace and war, Mike Gibson; Medical confidentiality in the military, Angus H. Ferguson; Accidents and experiment: Nazi chemical warfare research and medical ethics during the Second World War, Ulf Schmidt; Institutional review board specialization for non-lethal weapon research, Eric N. Erickson Jr; Hovering between roles: military medical ethics, Daniel Messelken and Hans Ulrich Baer; Medical education: teaching military medical ethics at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Edmund G. Howe; Index.

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