Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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June 1988

Volume 530 Biomedical Ethics: An Anglo-American Dialogue

Pages 1–174

  1. OPENING REMARKS

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
    1. The Development of Biomedical Ethics in the United States (pages 1–3)

      DANIEL CALLAHAN

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35290.x

  2. Opening Remarks

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
    1. Two Branches from One Stem (pages 4–6)

      G. R. DUNSTAN

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35291.x

  3. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
    1. Medical Ethics in Its American Context : An Historical Survey (pages 7–15)

      STEPHEN TOULMIN

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35292.x

    2. A Tale of Two Cultures; Do We Differ? (pages 16–23)

      SIR RAYMOND HOFFENBERG

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35293.x

  4. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
    1. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine (pages 24–36)

      GERALD DWORKIN

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35294.x

  5. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
    1. Harmonies and Conflicts in Law and Biomedical Ethics (pages 37–45)

      ALEXANDER MORGAN CAPRON

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35295.x

  6. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
  7. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
    1. Assisted Human Reproduction and Embryonic Surgery: The Ethical Issues (pages 54–72)

      SIMON FISHEL

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35297.x

    2. The New Technologies in Reproduction: New Ethical Problems (pages 73–82)

      ARTHUR L. CAPLAN

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35298.x

  8. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
    1. Ethical Issues in Neonatology: A U.S. Perspective (pages 83–91)

      ALAN R. FLEISCHMAN

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35299.x

    2. Treatment Dilemmas in Neonatal Care: Who Should Survive and Who Should Decide? (pages 92–103)

      A. G. M. CAMPBELL, D. J. LLOYD and P. DUFFTY

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35300.x

  9. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
    1. Ethics and Private Medicine (pages 104–110)

      PHILIP RHODES

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35301.x

    2. Privatization of Health Care: A U.S. Perspective (pages 111–117)

      ELI GINZBERG

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35302.x

  10. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
    1. Age and Equality (pages 118–124)

      J. GRIMLEY EVANS

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35303.x

    2. Aging and the Ends of Medicine (pages 125–132)

      DANIEL CALLAHAN

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35304.x

  11. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
  12. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
    1. Mass Screening, Civil Liberties, and the Public Health : Introductory Remarks (pages 154–156)

      MATHILDE KRIM

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35307.x

    2. The Pros and Cons of Screening (pages 157–158)

      SIR DOUGLAS BLACK

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35308.x

    3. Screening and AIDS: The Limits of Coercive Intervention (pages 159–162)

      RONALD BAYER

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35309.x

  13. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE

    1. Top of page
    2. OPENING REMARKS
    3. Opening Remarks
    4. PART I. A TALE OF TWO CULTURES: UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
    5. PART II. THE DELICATE BALANCE: ETHICS, LAW AND MEDICINE
    6. Part II. The Delicate Balance: Ethics, Law and Medicine
    7. PART III. THE NATURE OF THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT RELATIONSHIP
    8. PART IV. THE NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: ARE WE CREATING NEW ETHICAL PROBLEMS?
    9. PART V. TREATMENT DECISIONS REGARDING SERIOUSLY ILL NEWBORNS
    10. PART VI. THE PRIYATIZATION OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
    11. PART VII. AGE AS A CRITERION IN TREATMENT AND ALLOCATION DECISIONS
    12. PART VIII. ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
    13. PART IX. MASS SCREENING, CIVIL LIBERTIES, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. PART X. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
    1. Some Problems Never Go Away (pages 163–166)

      WILLARD GAYLIN

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35310.x

    2. A Personal View of Future Trends (pages 167–171)

      ERIC WILKES

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35311.x

    3. Closing Remarks (pages 172–174)

      ARTHUR J. MAHON

      Article first published online: 17 DEC 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1988.tb35312.x

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