3 edition of Catholic health care ethics found in the catalog.
Catholic health care ethics
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Edward J. Furton with Peter J. Cataldo and Albert S. Moraczewski ; foreword by Edmund D. Pellegrino.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc|
|Contributions||Furton, Edward James., Cataldo, Peter J., 1956-, Moraczewski, Albert S., 1920-2008., National Catholic Bioethics Center.|
|LC Classifications||R724 .C38 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009026859|
The subtitle of John F. Morris' Medicine, Health Care, & Ethics: Catholic Voices as well as the title of the Preface, “Raising our Voices,” aptly suggest the purpose and contents of this book. Indeed, the 12 essays on various issues in health care ethics are all by Catholics—philosophers, theologians, and 2 political : Ronald P. Hamel. As David Kelly writes, "Catholic moral theology has not been completely constant over the centuries; it has learned and developed." In Contemporary Catholic Health Care Ethics he demonstrates how Catholic health care ethics can—and should—evolve similarly in response to the lightning speed of modern medical advances. Kelly draws on and analyzes the Catholic tradition of medical ethics.
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Health Care Ethics is a comprehensive study of significant issues affecting health care and the ethics of health care from the perspective of Catholic theology. It aims to help Christian, and especially Catholic, health care professionals solve concrete problems in terms of principles rooted in scripture and tested by individual experience; however, its basis in real medical experience makes Cited by: Catholic Health Care Ethics: A Manual for Practitioners 2nd Edition by Edward J Furton (Editor), Peter J.
Cataldo (Editor) out of 5 stars 6 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. /5(6). The theology and ethics function at the Catholic Health Association assists its members in navigating the many complex ethical realities in health care today.
We do this through consultations, presentations, Catholic health care ethics book with colleagues, developing and sharing resources, webinars, educational programs, research and writing.
This book contains essays on bioethical topics written from a Roman Catholic perspective for members of Catholic health care ethics committees, health care professionals, faculty and students, clergy, and others interested in Catholic bioethics.3/5(5).
Considering the book's title, it is fair to ask: In exactly what sense does Contemporary Catholic Health Care Ethics present a health care ethics that is distinctively "Catholic".
Kelly does include mention of ecclesiastical documents such as the Declaration on Euthanasia, the Declaration on Procured Abortion, and the Catechism of the Catholic.
To make sound moral decisions patients must receive all relevant information about their condition, including the proposed treatment and its benefits, possible risks, side-effects, and costs (Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services [ERD], National Conference of Catholic Bishops, November#).
Completely updated and revised, the third edition of Catholic Health Care Ethics: A Manual for Practitioners sets the standard for Catholic bioethicists, physicians, nurses, and other health care workers.
In thirty-nine chapters (many with subchapters), leading authors in their fields discuss a wide range of topics relevant to medicine and health : The National Catholic Bioethics Center. : Catholic Health Care Ethics: A Manual for Practitioners () and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.3/5(5).
At Catholic Health Initiatives, we’re united. Through hospitals and more than 30 critical-access facilities across 18 states, + employees strive to create healthy communities and provide exceptional care rooted in profound respect for human dignity.
Find CHI hospitals and clinics across the country, either by name, type, or by. Contemporary Catholic Health Care Ethics, Second Edition, integrates theology, methodology, and practical application into a detailed and practical examination of the bioethical issues that confront students, scholars, and bioethicists Gerard Magill, Henk ten Have, and David F.
Kelly contribute diverse backgrounds and experience that inform the richness of new material. Several times a year we offer Annual Seminars for Health Care professionals.
Since the NCBC has been offering a National Catholic Certification Program in Health Care Ethics for health care professionals, members of ethics committees and others interested pursuing advanced understanding of the application of the Ethical and Religious. in health care ethics geared primarily toward college students but also appropriate for medical, nursing, and other students in health care-related fields, as well as health care practitioners.
Our goal in writing this book is to encourage moral reflection and moral dis-course on ethical issues in health care rather than resorting to ready-File Size: KB. Ethics committees Health care ethics committees: purpose, functions, and structure / Daniel O'Brien The dynamics of ethics committee operation --A.
Health care ethics committee meetings / Sheila O'Friel --B. The evaluation of ethics committees / Dennis A. Brodeur --C. Diocesan health care ethics committees / Thomas Knoblach --D. His publications include his edited books (with Albert S. Moraczewski, O.P.), Catholic Health Care Ethics: A Manual for Ethics Committees and The Fetal Tissue Issue: Medical and Ethical Aspects.
Cataldo has lectured and consulted extensively in the areas of. The Roman Catholic Church is the largest non-government provider of health care services in the world.
It has aro clinics, 16, homes for the elderly and those with special needs, and 5, hospitals, with 65 percent of them located in developing countries.
Inthe Church's Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Health Care Workers said that the Church manages 26% of the. Catholic health care is one of the key places where the church lives Catholic social teaching (CST).
Yet the individualistic methodology of Catholic bioethics inherited from the manualist tradition has yet to incorporate this critical component of the Catholic moral ed by the places where Catholic health care intersects with the diverse societal injustices embodied in the Pages: As David Kelly writes, "Catholic moral theology has not been completely constant over the centuries; it has learned and developed." In Contemporary Catholic Health Care Ethics he demonstrates how Catholic health care ethics can--and should--evolve similarly in response to the lightning speed of modern medical advances.
Kelly draws on and analyzes the Catholic tradition of/5. He is a regular contributor to Health Progress (the publication of the Catholic Health Association); the executive editor of Health Care Ethics USA, CHA’s electronic ethics publication; and the editor of Making Health Care Decisions: A Catholic Guide.
His Regan Lecture at Santa Clara University was titled “Conscience and the Complex. Health Care Ethics is a comprehensive study of significant issues affecting health care and the ethics of health care from the perspective of Catholic theology.
It aims to help Christian, and especially Catholic, health care professionals solve concrete problems in terms of principles rooted in scripture and tested by individual experience; however, its basis in real medical experience makes.
The National Catholic Bioethics Center (NCBC), established inconducts research, consultation, publishing and education to promote human dignity in health care and the life sciences, and derives its message directly from the teachings of the Catholic : Curt LeMay.
Contemporary Catholic Health Care Ethics is informed, challenging, articulate, and bold—bringing to the extremely important field of Catholic health care ethics a much-needed and welcome voice, unafraid to speak to the most difficult issues of the 21st century.Book Description: Medicine, Health Care, and Ethics adds to this rich tradition with a collection of contemporary essays that represent the very best efforts of current Catholic scholarship in the field of health care and medical ethics.Similar Items.
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