Bibliography, etc. Note
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Formatted Contents Note
1. The legitimacy of medical law / Jonathan Montgomery 2. Cases and casuistry / Robin Downie 3. Medical ethics : hippocratic and democratic ideals / Kenneth Boyd 4. Contemporary challenges in the regulation of health practitioners / Ian Freckelton 5. The international health regulations : a new paradigm for global health governance? / Lawrence O. Gostin 6. International medical research regulation : from ethics to law / Don Chalmers 7. Ethical and policy issues related to medical error and patient safety / Gerard Magill 8. Autonomy and its limits : what place for the public good? / Veronica English. [and others] 9. The autonomy of others : reflections on the rise and rise of patient choice in contemporary medical law / Graeme Laurie 10. Conceptualising privacy in relation to medical research values / Deryck Beyleveld 11. Human 'guinea pigs' : why patients participate in clinical trials / Pamela R. Ferguson 12. Human(s) (as) medicine(s) / Margot Brazier 13. The ethical challenges of biobanks : safeguarding altruism and trust / Alastair V. Campbell 14. Law reform, clinical research and adults without mental capacity : much needed clarification or a recipe for further uncertainty? / Jean McHale 15. Continuing conundrums in competency / John Devereux 16. Chester volume Afshar : Sayonara, sub silentio, sidaway? / David Meyers 17. 'Informed consent' to medical treatment and the importance of tort / Emily Jackson 18. Mark Anthony or Macbeth : some problems concerning the dead and the incompetent when it comes to consent / John Harris 19. No more 'shock, horror'? The declining significance of 'sudden shock' and the 'horrifying event' in psychiatric injury claims / Harvey Teff 20. Is there a right not to procreate? / Elaine E. Sutherland 21. Conscientious objection : a shield or a sword? / Bernard M. Dickens 22. Classifying abortion as a health matter : the case for de-criminalising abortion laws in Australia / Kerry Petersen 23. What's love got to do with it? Regulating reproductive technologies and second hand emotions / Penelope Beem and Derek Morgan 24. Saviour siblings / Michael Freeman 25. Wrongful life, the welfare principle and the non-identity problem : some further complications / Søren Holm 26. Life-prolonging treatment and patients' legal rights / Loane Skene 27. From Bland to Burke : the law and politics of assisted nutrition and hydration / Sheila A.M. McLean 28. Euthanasia as a human right / Tom Campbell 29. The futility of opposing the legalisation of non-voluntary and voluntary euthanasia / Len Doyal 30. Defending the council of Europe's opposition to euthanasia / John Keown 31. Newborn screening for sickle cell disease : socio-ethical implications / Denise Avard, Linda Kharaboyan and Bartha Knoppers 32. The 'do no harm' principle and the genetic revolution in New Zealand / Mark Henaghan 33. Cloning, zoning and the harm principle / Roger Brownsword 34. Exposing harm : the erasure of animal bodies in healthcare law / Marie Fox 35. Is the Gender Recognition Act 2004 as important as it seems? / Kenneth McK. Norrie 36. The positive side of healthcare rights / Christopher Newdick 37. In defence of doctors / Vivienne Harpwood.