Hastings Center Report

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August 1977

Volume 7, Issue 4

Pages 2–50

  1. In Brief

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
  2. Department

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. AT THE INSTITUTE (page 3)

      Tabitha M. Powledge

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560461

  3. In Brief

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
  4. Correspondence

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. A ‘Fine Distinction’ on Killing (page 4)

      Daniel C. Maguire

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560462

    2. Crimes and Punishments (pages 4–47)

      Leslie T. Wilkins

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560463

  5. An Egalitarian View

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
  6. An Anti-Abortion View

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. The Court and a Conflict of Principles (pages 7–8)

      SIDNEY CALLAHAN

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560465

  7. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. Let Them Eat Cake (pages 8–9)

      GEORGE J. ANNAS

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560466

  8. A Study of Values in Conflict

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. Parents, Physicians, and Spina Bifida (pages 10–14)

      ROSALYN BENJAMIN DARLING

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560467

  9. Article

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. The Institute's Name (page 14)

      Daniel Callahan

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560468

  10. The Case of Spina Bifida

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. The Technical Criteria Fallacy (pages 15–16)

      ROBERT M. VEATCH

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560469

  11. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
  12. Report from an Institute Conference

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. Ethics, Education, and Nursing Practice (pages 20–21)

      MARGARET O'BRIEN STEINFELS

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560471

  13. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. The Nurse: When Roles and Rules Conflict (pages 22–23)

      ANDREW JAMETON

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560472

  14. Report of a Survey

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. Ethics Teaching in Nursing Schools (pages 23–26)

      MILA AROSKAR and ROBERT M. VEATCH

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560473

  15. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
  16. Informed Consent in Group Research

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
  17. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
  18. Feature: Reviews

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. Aging in a Culture without a Future (pages 42–44)

      CHRISTOPHER LASCH

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560477

  19. Department

    1. Top of page
    2. In Brief
    3. Department
    4. In Brief
    5. Correspondence
    6. An Egalitarian View
    7. An Anti-Abortion View
    8. Feature: Law and the Life Sciences
    9. A Study of Values in Conflict
    10. Article
    11. The Case of Spina Bifida
    12. The Logical Outcome of Guidelines
    13. Report from an Institute Conference
    14. Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice
    15. Report of a Survey
    16. Feature: Case Studies in Bioethics
    17. Informed Consent in Group Research
    18. Not Simply Therapy vs. Control
    19. Feature: Reviews
    20. Department
    1. IN THE LITERATURE (pages 45–46)

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.2307/3560478

    2. CALENDAR (page 49)

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/j.1552-146X.1977.tb01636.x

    3. ANNOUNCEMENTS (pages 49–50)

      Version of Record online: 23 MAR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/j.1552-146X.1977.tb01637.x

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