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Bioethics Research Library

Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University

       

Alphabetical Classification List

     (key word list)

Revised March 2010

       

 

Aborigines, Health Care for ................. 9.5.4

Aborigines, Research on .................. 18.5.1

Aborted Fetuses, Research on . . . . . . . . . 18.5.4; 12.1

Aborted Fetuses, Tissue Transplantation from ...................... 19.1; 18.5.4; 12.1

Abortion, Access to . . . . 12.5.1 (9.2; 12.4.1 or 12.4.2)

Abortion, Attitudes Toward ................. 12.5.2

Abortion (Bills, Laws and Cases) . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.4.4

Abortion Counseling ...................... 12.5.3

Abortion, Demographic Surveys on . . . . . . . . . . 12.5.2

Abortion, Financial Support for . . . . . . . . . 12.4.1; 9.3.1

Abortion, General ......................... 12.1

Abortion, Legal Aspects of, General . . . . . . . . . . 12.4.1

Abortion, Legal Interests of Father in . . . . . . . . . 12.4.2

Abortion, Legal Interests of Health Personnel in 12.4.3

Abortion, Legal Interests of Institutions in . . . . . 12.4.3

Abortion, Legal Interests of Woman in . . . . . . . . 12.4.2

Abortion, Moral Aspects of .................. 12.3

Abortion, Parental Notification . . . . . . . . . 12.4.2; 8.3.2

Abortion, Partial Birth ...................... 12.1

Abortion Pill (RU-486)................... 12.1; 9.7

Abortion, Position Statements on . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.2

Abortion, Political Aspects . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.5.1; 21.1

Abortion, Psychological Aspects of . . . . . . . . . . 12.5.1

Abortion, Public Opinion on ................ 12.5.2

Abortion, Religious Aspects of ............... 12.3

Abortion, Selective (in multiple pregnancies) 12.1; 14.4

Abortion, Social Aspects of, General . . . . . . . . . 12.5.1

Abuse, Child ......................... 9.5.7; 9.1

A.C., In re (1990) .................... 9.5.5; 8.3.4

Academic Freedom ....................... 1.3.3

Academic-Industrial Cooperation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3

Access to Abortion . . . . . 12.5.1 (9.2; 12.4.1 or 12.4.2)

Access to Experimental Treatment by HMOs ... ... ... .. 9.3.2 (9.2; 9.3.1; 9.4; 18.5.1)

Access to Health Care ............. 9.2 (9.3.1; 9.4)

Accountability in Dentistry................... 4.1.4

Accountability in Medicine .................. 4.1.2

Accountability in Nursing ................... 4.1.3

Accounting Ethics......................... 1.3.2

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). . 9.5.6

Administrative Ethics, Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3.2

Administrative Ethics, Government . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3.5

Adolescent Pregnancy . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.1; 9.5.7; 11.2

Adolescent Sexuality ................... 10; 9.5.7

Adoption .................................. 14.1

Adoption (confidentiality aspects)................ 8.4

Adult Stem Cell Research . . . . . . . . . . 18.7; 15.1 (19.+)

Advance Directives........................ 20.5.4

Advance Directives in Psychiatry . . . . . . . . 17.1; 8.3.3; 8.3.4; (17.4; 17.7)

Adverse Effects, Disclosure of .............. 8.2; 9.8

Advertising and Physicians................ 8.1; 1.3.2

Advertising, Drug .......................9.7; 1.3.2

Advertising Ethics.......................... 1.3.2

Advisory Committees, FDA ... ... ... . 9.7 (1.3.5; 5.3; 15.1; 1.3.11; 18.6)

Advocates, Patient ...........................9.1

African Americans, Health Care for . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4

Aged-Based Rationing ...................9.4; 9.5.2

Aged, Health Care Programs for the . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.2

Aged, Home Care for the .................... 9.5.2

Aged, Human Experimentation on . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.7

Aged, Long Term Care for the ................ 9.5.2

Agent Orange ......................... 16.1; 21.3

Aggression, Genetic Aspects ..................15.6

Aggression Research .................. 18.4 (15.6)

Agricultural Ethics......................... 1.3.11

AID (artificial insemination by donor) ............14.2

AIDS .................................... 9.5.6

AIDS and Confidentiality.................. 9.5.6; 8.4

AIDS and Detainees................... 9.5.6; 9.5.1

AIDS and Immigration ..................9.5.6; 21.1

AIDS and Impact on Blood Banks . . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 19.4

AIDS and Patient's Duty to Disclose . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 8.1

AIDS and Physician's Duty to Warn . . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 8.4

AIDS and Prisoners ................... 9.5.6; 9.5.1

AIDS and Obligation to Treat ..............9.5.6; 8.1

AIDS Disclosure ........................9.5.6; 8.4

AIDS Drugs ...........................9.5.6; 9.7

AIDS Drugs, Expedited FDA Approval . 9.5.6; 9.7; 18.5.1

AIDS from Blood Transfusion . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 19.4

AIDS in the Workplace ..................9.5.6; 16.3

AIDS, Occupational Exposure . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 16.3

AIDS Screening ........................9.5.6; 9.1

AIDS Stigma ...........................9.5.6; 7.1

AIDS Vaccines .........................9.5.6; 9.7

AIH (artificial insemination by husband) .......... 14.2

Alcohol Abuse............................. 9.5.9

Alder Hey Inquiry . . . . . . . . . . 19.5; 18.1 (8.3.2; 18.3)

Allied Health Personnel ....................4.1.1

Allied Health Professionals, Professional Ethics ..........................4.1.1; 1.3.1

Allocation of Body Parts and Fluids . . . . . . . . . . . 19.6

Allocation of Health Care Resources . . . . . . . . . . . 9.4

Allocation of Organs and Tissues............. 19.6

Allowing Infants/Children to Die . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.5.2

Allowing Infants to Die (Bills, Laws, Cases) . . . . 20.5.3

Allowing Minors to Die ....................20.5.2

Allowing to Die, General ...................20.5.1

Allowing to Die (Bills, Laws, Cases) . . . . . . . . . . 20.5.3

Alphafetoprotein Screening ................. 15.2

Altered Nuclear Transfer ...............18.7; 15.1

Alternative Therapies ......................4.1.1

Alzheimer's Disease................. 17.1 (9.5.2)

Alzheimer's Patients, Forced Feeding .............. 17.8; 17.1 (9.5.2; 8.3.3)

American Indians, Health Care for . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4

Amish ................................... 1.2

Amniocentesis ........................... 15.2

Anabolic Steroids (use by athletes) ....... 9.5.1; 4.5

Anencephalic Infants .....................20.5.2

Anencephalic Infants as Organ Donors . . 20.5.2; 19.5

Animal Care Committees ............. 22.2 ( 22.1)

Animal Cloning ................ 14.5; 22.2 or 22.3

Animal Experimentation .................... 22.2

Animal Husbandry and Animal Rights . . . 22.3; 1.3.11

Animal Patenting .....................15.8; 22.3

Animal Production ........................ 22.3

Animal Rights, General .................... 22.1

Animal Welfare ........................... 22.1

Animals, Companion ...................... 22.1

Animals in Zoos .......................... 22.1

Anorexia .......................... 9.5.1 (8.3.4)

Anthropological Ethics .....................1.3.1

Anthropology, Medical ................. 7.1 (21.7)

APACHE Program ............ 9.8; 1.3.12; 4.4; 9.4

Applied Ethics, General ....................1.3.1

Archeological Ethics .......................1.3.1

Architecture, Ethics in ......................1.3.4

ART (Assisted Reproductive Technologies) .... 14.4

Artificial Feeding .........................20.5.1

Artificial Heart ............................ 19.2

Artificial Insemination ...................... 14.2

Artificial Kidney ........................... 19.3

Artificial Organs, General ................... 19.1

Artificial Tissues, General................... 19.1

Artificial Womb .......................14.1; 19.1

Arzberger, In re (1940) ............... 15.8; 1.3.11

Ashley (little girl whose parents decide to keep her small and infant-like with Attenuating Growth Therapy) .............. 9.5.3; 4.4; 8.3.2; 9.5.7

Asian Americans, Health Care for . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4

Asilomar Conference ...................... 15.7

Assent of Minors and Abortion . . . . . . . . . 8.3.2; 12.4.1

Assent of Minors in Health Care ..............8.3.2

Assent of Minors in Research .................18.3

Assisted Reproduction .......................14.4

Assisted Suicide, General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.7; 20.5.1

Assisted Suicide, Physician . . . . . . . . . 20.7; 20.5.1; 8.1

Asylums ............................. 17.7 (4.3)

Athletes, Steroid Use ....................9.5.1; 4.5

Attitudes Toward Abortion .................. 12.5.2

Attitudes Toward Death, Family . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.3.3

Attitudes Toward Death, General . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.3.1

Attitudes Toward Death, Health Personnel . . . . . 20.3.2

Autonomy .................................. 1.1

Autopsy............................. 20.1 (8.3.3)

Availability of Contraceptives to Minors . . . . . . . . . . 11.2

Availability of Contraceptives to Minors in Schools ..........................11.2; 1.3.3

Ayala Case (conceived child to be bone marrow donor for sibling) ... 19.5; 4.4

AZT (AIDS drug) ........................ 9.5.6; 9.7

 

 

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Baby K ............................ 20.5.2; 8.3.2

Baby M, Matter of (1988) (surrogate mother case). 14.2

Baha’i ..................................... 1.2

Banks, Blood ..............................19.4

Banks, Embryo .............................14.6

Banks, Organ ..............................19.5

Banks, Ova ................................14.6

Banks, Sperm ..............................14.6

Banks, Tissue ..............................19.5

Banks, Cord Blood .....................19.4; 9.5.7

Banning of Boxing ...........................9.1

Baptist..................................... 1.2

Basic Research .............................5.1

Behavior Modification ........................17.3

Behavioral Effects of Television ................18.4

Behavioral Genetics ......................... 15.6

Behavioral Research ........................18.4

Belmont Report ....................18.2; 5.2; 18.3

Beneficence ................................1.1

Bergy, Application of (1977) ............... 15.8; 5.1

BiDil ....................... 15.1; 9.7; 9.5.4; 15.11

Bill of Rights, Patients' ........................9.2

Bills on Abortion .......................... 12.4.4

Bills on Definition of Death .................. 20.2.2

Bills on Informed Consent ................... 8.3.5

Bills on Prolongation of Life and Euthanasia . . . . 20.5.3

Biobanks (genetics) ..............15.1; 1.3.12 (18.*)

Biobanks, Population (genetics research) ............. 15.1; 1.3.12; 15.11 (18.+)

Bioethics Boards ............................2.4

Bioethics Commissions .......................2.4

Bioethics Councils ...........................2.4

Bioethics Education ..........................2.3

Bioethics, General ...........................2.1

Bioethics, History ............................ 2.2

Bioethics Proceedings ........................2.3

Bioethics Programs ..........................2.3

Bioethics Textbooks ..........................2.3

Biogerontologists (specialists in life extension) ................ 20.5.1; 4.5 (9.5.2)

Biohazards of Genetic Research ............. 15.7

Biological Specimen Banks (genetic) .................15.1; 1.3.12 (18.+)

Biological Specimen Banks (transplantation) ................ 19.5; 1.3.12

Biological Weapons ....................... 21.3

Biology, International and Political Dimensions of, General ............................. 21.1

Biology, Philosophy of ...................... 3.1

Biomedical Enhancement.................... 4.5

Biomonitoring, Human / Environmental Monitoring . . . . . . . . . 16.1; 9.1 (1.3.9; 18.+; 21.1)

Biopolitics ............................21.1; 3.1

Biotechnology and Agriculture . . 5.1; 1.3.11; also 15.7

Biotechnology and Animals . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22.3; 15.1

Biotechnology and Genetics ................. 15.1

Biotechnology and Reproduction . . . . . . . . . 14.1; 15.1

Biotechnology and Society ................... 5.1

Biotechnology, General ..................... 5.1

Bioterrorism ............................. 21.3

Birth Control (contraception) ................ 11.1

Birth Control (population policy) .............. 13.3

Birth, Wrongful ........................... 11.4

Bisexuality ................................10

Blood .................................. 19.4

Blood Banks ........................ 19.4 (19.5)

Blood Banks and Impact of AIDS . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 19.4

Blood Donation .......................19.5; 19.4

Blood Transfusion ........................ 19.4

Blood Transfusion and AIDS . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 19.4

Blood Transfusion Refusal by Jehovah's Witnesses ...................8.3.4; 19.4; 1.2

Boards, Bioethics .......................... 2.4

Body as Property ................ 4.4 (15.8; 19.1)

Body Parts and Fluids, Allocation of . . . . . . . . . . . 19.6

Body Parts and Fluids, Donation of ........... 19.5

Body Parts and Fluids, Patenting of . . . . . . . . . . . 15.8

Body Parts and Fluids, Procurement of . . . . . . . . 19.5

Bone Marrow Donation..................... 19.5

Bone Marrow Transplantation ............... 19.1

Boutique Medicine .................... 9.3.1; 8.1

Bouvia v. Superior Court (1986)......... 8.3.4; 20.7

Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) ......................22.3; 1.3.11; 9.1

Boxing, Banning of ......................... 9.1

Bragdon v. Abbott (1998) ............... 9.5.6; 8.1

Brain Death .............................20.2.1

Brain Death (Bills, Laws and Cases) . . . . . . . . . 20.2.2

Brain Death Donors ................. 19.5; 20.2.1

Brain Drain .............................. 21.6

Brain, Electrical Stimulation of the . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.5

Brainwashing ............................ 17.3

Brainwashing by Government Agents . . . . 17.3; 1.3.5

Breaking Bad News ........................ 8.2

Bristol Inquiry . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.5; 18.1 (8.3.2; 18.3)

Brophy v. New England Sinai Hospital (1986) ......................... 8.3.3; 20.5.1

Brother Fox (see Eichner)

Brotherton v. Cleveland (1991) ...........19.5; 8.3.3

BSE (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy) .............. 22.3; 1.3.11; 9.1

Buck v. Bell (1927) ..................... 11.3; 15.5

Buddhism .................................. 1.2

Business Ethics ........................... 1.3.2

Cadaver Procurement (for transplantation). . 19.5; 20.1

Cadavers in Medical Education . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2; 20.3.2

CAM (Complementary Alternative Medicine) ..... 4.1.1

Cancer .................................. 9.5.1

Canterbury v. Spence (1972) ................. 8.3.1

Capital Punishment ......................... 20.6

Capitation ......................... 9.3.2; 9.4; 9.8

Care by Family Members ...............8.1; 1.1; 7.1

Care, Emergency .......................... 9.5.1

Care, Ethics of (philosophical) .................. 1.1

Care, Ethics of (with healthcare workers). . 4.1.1; 4.1.3

Care of the Dying Child .................... 20.4.2

Care of the Dying Patient, General . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.4.1

Care of the Hopelessly Ill ................... 20.4.1

Care of the Terminally Ill ................... 20.4.1

Care, Primary ............................... 9.1

Caring (philosophical)......................... 1.1

Caring (by healthcare workers) .......... 4.1.1; 4.1.3

Case Studies (as a teaching method) ............2.3

Cases on Abortion ........................ 12.4.4

Cases on Definition of Death ................ 20.2.2

Cases on Informed Consent ................. 8.3.5

Cases on Prolongation of Life and Euthanasia . . 20.5.3

Casey .................................. 12.4.3

Castration, Chemical .....................17.4; 10

Castration, Surgical . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.1; 10 (8.3.4; 8.3.3)

Casuistry................................... 1.1

Catholicism, Roman ..........................1.2

Celebrity Health Care (privacy) ................. 8.4

Cell Lines ................. 15.1; 19.1 (18.3; 18.5.*)

Cerebral Death ........................... 20.2.1

Cesarean Sections ......................... 9.5.5

Cesarean Sections, Forced . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.5; 8.3.4

Chakrabarty ........................... 15.8; 5.1

Chaoulli v. Quebec ...................... 9.2; 9.3.1

Chaplains .................................. 1.2

Chaplains, Professional Ethics of . 4.1.1; 1.2 (1.3.1; 7.3)

Chemical Castration ...................... 17.4; 10

Chemical Castration (prisoners) ........ 17.4; 10; 1.3.5

Chemical Weapons ......................... 21.3

Child Abuse ...........................9.5.7; 9.1

Children, Allowing to Die ................... 20.5.2

Children, Care of Dying .................... 20.4.2

Children, Consent to Treatment ............... 8.3.2

Children, Health Care for .................... 9.5.7

Children, Research on ..................... 18.5.2

Chimera, Animal....................... 15.1; 22.2

Chimera, Animal-Human . . . . . . . 15.1; 18.1; 22.2 (4.4)

Chorionic Villi Sampling .................... 15.2

Christian Science .......................... 1.2

Christian Science Treatment Refusal . . . . . . 8.3.4; 1.2

Christian Science Treatment Refusal by/for Minors ..................... 8.3.4; 8.3.2; 1.2

Chronically Ill, Health Care Programs for . . . . . . . 9.5.1

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints . . . . . 1.2

Circumcision, Male .....................9.5.1; 10

Circumcision, Female . . . . 9.5.5; 9.5.7; 10 (21.7, 1.2)

Civil Commitment, Involuntary ............... 17.7

Civil Commitment of Minors . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.7; 8.3.2

Clergy, Professional Ethics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3.1; 1.2

Clinical Ethicists ........................... 9.6

Clinical Ethics ..................... 2.1 (8.1; 9.6)

Clinical Genetics.............. 15.2 or 15.3 or 15.4

Clinical Guidelines ......................9.8; 9.4

Clinical Trial Guidelines .................... 18.2

Clinical Trial Registries ..................... 18.6

Clinical Trials ............................ 18.2

Clinical Trials Fraud .................. 1.3.9; 18.2

Cloning .............................14.5; 15.1

Cloning, Animals . . . . . . . . . . 14.5; 15.1; 22.2 or 22.3

Cloning, Animals (routine production) 14.5; 15.1; 22.3

Cloning, Reproductive . . . . . . . . . . . 14.5; 15.1 (14.1)

Cloning, Research ..............14.5; 15.1; 18.5.4

Cloning, Therapeutic . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.5; 15.1; 18.5.4

CMCHS (Civilian-Military Hospital Plans)........ 9.4

Codes of Professional Ethics ...................6

Coercion in Healthcare . . . . . . . . . . . 8.3.4 (9.2; 8.3.1)

Coercion in Mental Health ............. 17.7 (17.8)

Coma .................................20.5.1

Commercial Aspects of Transplantation . . 19.1; 9.3.1

Commissions, Bioethics ..................... 2.4

Commitment, Involuntary Civil ............... 17.7

Commitment of Minors, Civil . . . . . . . . . . . 17.7; 8.3.2

Commitment, Outpatient ................... 17.7

Commodification..................... 4.4 (9.3.1)

Common Good ...........................1.3.1

Common Rule ........................... 18.2

Communication, Privileged................... 8.4

Communication, Privileged Psychiatric . . . . . 8.4; 17.1

Communitarianism ........................1.3.1

Community Consent to Research . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.6

Community Responsibility of Health Personnel . . . 7.1

Community Responsibility of Physicians . . . . . . . . 7.1

Companion Animals ....................... 22.1

Compassion .............................4.1.1

Compassion in Dying v. State of Washington (1996) ........................ 20.7; 20.5.1

Compensation for Research Injury . . . . . . . 18.1; 9.3.1

Compensation, No-Fault ............... 8.5; 9.3.1

Competence .............................8.3.3

Competence, Cultural...................... 21.7

Competence, Definition of ................... 4.3

Complementary Alternative Therapies . . . . . . . . . 4.1.1

Compliance, Patient ................ 8.3.4 or 9.5.9

Computer Science Ethics ..................1.3.12

Computerized Medical Records . . . . . . . . . . 1.3.12 (8.4)

Computers and Privacy of Medical Records . 8.4; 1.3.12

Computers in Medicine.................. 1.3.12; 9.1

Concept of Disease ..........................4.2

Concept of Health............................ 4.2

Concept of Illness ............................ 4.2

Concept of Mental Health ...................... 4.3

Concierge Medicine .....................9.3.1; 8.1

Conditioning, Operant........................ 17.3

Condoms in Schools, Distribution of . . . . . . . 11.2; 1.3.3

Confidentiality ............................... 8.4

Confidentiality & AIDS ...................9.5.6; 8.4

Conflict of Interest, Institutional ................. 5.3

Conflict of Interest, Physicians .................. 7.3

Conflict of Interest, Scientists . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3.9 (7.3)

Confucianism ............................... 1.1

Congenital Defects ..........................15.2

Conroy, Matter of (1985) .............. 8.3.3; 20.5.1

Conscience Clauses re: Abortion 4.1.+; 12.4.3; 12.3; 8.1

Conscience Clauses re: Sterilization . . . 4.1.+; 11.3; 1.2

Conscientious Objection, Pharmacy . . . 4.1.+; 11.1; 9.7

Consciousness ..............................4.4

Consensus Guidelines ........................9.8

Consent, Family Members ................... 8.3.3

Consent, Informed (Bills, Laws and Cases) . . . . . . 8.3.5

Consent, Informed, General .................. 8.3.1

Consent, Informed (human experimentation) ...... 18.3

Consent, Presumed (organ procurement) ... 19.5; 8.3.1

Consent, Proxy ............................ 8.3.3

Consent, Third Party........................ 8.3.3

Consent for Autopsy ....................20.1; 8.3.3

Consent to High-Risk Therapy ................ 8.3.1

Consent to Research, Community ..............18.6

Consent to Treatment, Minors and............. 8.3.2

Consent to Unusual Therapy .............8.3.1; 18.3

Consultation and Referral...................... 9.6

Consultation, Ethics ..........................9.6

Consultation, Research Ethics . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.6; 18.1

Consumer Credit and Computer Privacy . . . . . . . 1.3.12

Consumerism and Health...................... 9.1

Contact Tracing .............................8.4

Contraception, Emergency................ 11.1; 9.7

Contraception, Failure of .....................11.4

Contraception, General ...................... 11.1

Contraceptives, Availability to Minors . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.2

Contraceptives, Distribution in Schools . . . . . 11.2; 1.3.3

Contraceptives, Involuntary Use . . . . . . . 11.1; 9.7; 8.3.4

Contraceptives, Involuntary Use of (as part of criminal sentence) .... 11.1; 9.7; 8.3.4; 1.3.5

Contraceptives, Parental Notification . . . . . . . 11.2; 8.3.2

Control of Human Experimentation, Social . . . . . . . 18.6

Control of Science and Technology, Social . . . . . . . . 5.3

Cooperation, Industrial-Academic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3

Cord Blood Banks .....................19.4; 9.5.7

Corneal Transplantation ...................... 19.1

Cosmetic Surgery........... 9.5.1 [add or under 4.5]

Cost of Health Care ........................ 9.3.1

Cost-Benefit Analysis in Technology . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2

Counseling, Abortion .....................12.5.3

Counseling, Genetic ....................... 15.2

Counseling, Psychological .................. 17.1

Councils, Bioethics ......................... 2.4

Creation ................................. 3.2

Creationism .............................. 3.2

Crime, Genetic Basis ................. 15.6; 1.3.5

Criminal Justice ..........................1.3.5

Critically Ill, Health Care Programs for . . . . . . . . . 9.5.1

Cruzan v. Director, Missouri Department of Health (1990) ...................8.3.3; 8.3.4; 20.5.1

Cryobanking of Sperm, Ova, or Embryos . . . . . . . 14.6

Cryonic Suspension (life extension) ...... 20.5.1; 4.5

Cultural Competence ...................... 21.7

Cultural Pluralism ......................... 21.7

Curriculum ............................... 2.3

CVS (Chorionic Villi Sampling) ............... 15.2

Cyborgs ............................. 5.1 (4.4)

Cystic Fibrosis ...........................9.5.1

Dangerousness .......................4.3; 17.7

Davis v. Davis (1993) ...................... 14.6

Dax Cowart (not a legal case) .......... 8.3.4; 20.7

Death and Dying, General .................. 20.1

Death, Attitudes Toward, Family . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.3.3

Death, Attitudes Toward, General . . . . . . . . . . . 20.3.1

Death, Attitudes Toward, Health Personnel . . . 20.3.2

Death, Definition of (Bills, Laws and Cases) . . . 20.2.2

Death, Definition of, General ...............20.2.1

Death Education .........................20.3.4

Death of Fetus, Wrongful ..................12.4.2

Death Penalty............................ 20.6

Death Row Inmates, Refusal of Treatment 8.3.4; 20.6

Death With Dignity .................. 20.5.1 (4.4)

Deception ................................ 8.2

Deception in Behavioral Research . . . 18.4; 8.2 (18.3)

Decision Making in Medicine ................. 9.4

Decision Making in Resource Allocation . . . . . . . . 9.4

Decision Making, Patient Participation . . . . . . . . . . 8.1

Declaration of Helsinki ..................... 18.2

DeCODE (Iceland) ... ... .. 15.1; 1.3.12 (8.4; 15.11)

Defensive Medicine .................. 9.3.1 (9.4)

Definition of Death (Bills, Laws and Cases) . . . . 20.2.2

Definition of Death, General ................20.2.1

Deinstitutionalization....................... 17.7

Dementia .......................... 17.1; 9.5.2

Demographic Surveys on Abortion . . . . . . . . . . . 12.5.2

Dental Ethics ............................4.1.4

Dental Health .......................9.5.1; 4.1.4

Dentistry as a Profession ...................4.1.4

Dentistry, Philosophy of ....................4.1.4

Dentists, Professional Ethics . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1.4; 1.3.1

Depo-Provera for Sex Offenders . 17.3; 10; 17.4; 1.3.5

Design, Randomized Trial .................. 18.2

Design, Research ......................... 18.2

Detainees, AIDS and .................9.5.6; 9.5.1

Detainees, Forced Feeding of ............... 21.5

Detainees, Human Experimentation of . . . . . . . . 18.5.5

Detainees, in Mental Hospitals, Right to Health Care.................................. 17.8

Detainees, Research on.................... 18.5.5

Detainees, Right to Health Care . . . . . . . 9.2; 1.3.5; 9.5.1

Determination of Death (Bills, Laws and Cases) . 20.2.2

Determination of Death, General . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.2.1

Developing World ...........................21.1

Development, Moral ........................ 1.3.1

Developmentally Disabled, Health Care for . . . . . . 9.5.3

Devices, Medical ............................ 9.7

Diagnosis, Prenatal ......................... 15.2

Diagnostic-Related Groups (DRGs) ............ 9.3.1

Dialysis, Kidney ............................ 19.3

Dialysis, Renal .............................19.3

Diamond, Commissioner of Patients and Trademarks v. Chakrabarty (1980) ...... 15.8; 5.1

Diane Blood .................14.4; 14.6; 20.1; 8.3.3

Die, Allowing Infants To .................... 20.5.2

Die, Allowing to, General ................... 20.5.1

Dignity, Death With........................ 20.5.1

Dignity, Human ..............................4.4

Diplomacy, Ethics in ........................ 1.3.6

Directed Donation ........................... 19.5

Directives, Medical ........................ 20.5.4

Disabled (Mentally), Health Care for . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.3

Disabled (Physically), Home Care for . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.1

Disabled (Physically), Long Term Care . . . . . . . . . 9.5.1

Disabled Persons, Physically ................. 9.5.1

Disabled Persons (Mentally), Research on . . . . . 18.5.6

Disabled Persons (Physically), Research on . . . . 18.5.1

Disabled Persons, Sterilization of . . . 11.3; 9.5.3 or 9.5.1

Disaster Medicine . . . . . . . . . . 9.1 (9.4; 21.1; 21.2; 21.3)

Disciplining of Professionals.................... 7.4

Disclosure & AIDS ................ 9.5.6 (8.2 or 8.4)

Disclosure of Adverse Effects .............. 8.2; 9.8

Disclosure of Medical Error ................ 8.2; 9.8

Disclosure, Risk ........................... 8.3.1

Discourse Ethics ............................. 1.1

Discrimination

 

... ... primary group first, then add (9.8; 9.2; 7.1)

Discrimination, Social ......................... 7.1

Discrimination, Sex........................... 10

Disease, Concept of ..........................4.2

Diseases, Genetic ..........................15.1

Diseases, Health Care Programs for Particular . . 9.5.1

Diseases, Sexually Transmitted (except AIDS) 9.5.1; 10

Disorders, Genetic .......................... 15.1

Disparities, Health . . . . . . 9.1 (9.4; 9.2; 7.1; 9.5.+; 21.1)

Dissidents in Mental Hospitals, Political . . . . . 21.4; 17.7

DNA Databanks ......................15.1; 1.3.12

DNA Databanks, Population . . 15.1; 1.3.12; 15.11 (18.+)

DNA Fingerprinting .....................15.1; 1.3.5

DNA Research .............................15.1

DNR Orders ............................. 20.5.1

Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders ................. 20.5.1

Dolly (cloned sheep) .................... 14.5; 22.2

 

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Donation of Body Parts and Fluids ............ 19.5

Donation of Bone Marrow................... 19.5

Donation of Eggs ............... 14.2; 19.5 (14.6)

Donation of Embryo ............. 14.4; 19.5 (14.6)

Donation of Gametes ............ 14.2; 19.5 (14.6)

Donation of Oocytes.................. 14.2 (14.6)

Donation of Organs ....................... 19.5

Donation of Ovum .............. 14.2; 19.5 (14.6)

Donation of Semen........................ 14.6

Donation of Sperm .............. 14.2; 19.5; (14.6)

Donation of Tissue ........................ 19.5

Doping, Athletes ...................... 9.5.1; 4.5

Doping, Sports ....................... 9.5.1; 4.5

Doping in Sports, Gene ............9.5.1; 4.5; 15.1

Double Effect ............................. 1.1

Down Syndrome .................... 9.5.3 (15.2)

DRGs ..................................9.3.1

Drug Abuse .............................9.5.9

Drug Abuse by Pregnant Women . . . . . . . 9.5.5; 9.5.9

Drug Abusers, Health Care for ...............9.5.9

Drug Advertising...................... 9.7; 1.3.2

Drug Industry Gifts, Physicians . . 9.7; 1.3.2; 9.3.1; 7.3

Drug Testing, Occupational . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.3; 9.5.9

Drug Trials, Fraud ................1.3.9; 18.2; 9.7

Drugs ................................... 9.7

Drugs, AIDS ......................... 9.5.6; 9.7

Drugs, AIDS and Expedited FDA

 

 

Approval .................. 9.5.6; 9.7; 18.5.1

Drugs and Drug Industry .................... 9.7

Drugs, Fertility ........................14.1; 9.7

Drug Industry ............................. 9.7

Drugs, Orphan .................. 9.7; 9.3.1; 1.3.2

Drugs, Psychoactive....................... 17.4

Duchenne's Muscular Dystrophy . . . . . . . . 9.5.1; 15.1

Dumping, Patient ..................... 9.3.1; 9.2

Durable Power of Attorney . . . . . . . . . . . 20.5.4 (8.3.3)

Duty to Disclose, Patient's & AIDS . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 8.1

Duty to Treat.............................. 8.1

Duty to Treat AIDS Patients ............. 9.5.6; 8.1

Duty to Warn ............................. 8.4

Duty to Warn & AIDS .................. 9.5.6; 8.4

Duty to Warn in Psychiatry ........... 8.4; 4.3; 17.2

Dying Child, Care of the ...................20.4.2

Dying, General ........................... 20.1

Dying Patient, Care of the, General . . . . . . . . . . 20.4.1

Eastern Orthodox Christianity................. 1.2

Ecofeminism .......................16.1; 1.1; 10

Ecology................................. 16.1

Economics, Ethics in ......................1.3.2

Economics of Health Care ..................9.3.1

Ectogenesis .........................14.1; 19.1

Editorial Policies ..........................1.3.7

Editorial Policies in Science Publishing . . . 1.3.7; 1.3.9

Education, Bioethics ........................ 2.3

Education, Death ........................20.3.4

Education Ethics ..........................1.3.3

Education for Health Care Professionals . . . . . . . . 7.2

 

 

Education in Schools, Health ..............9.1; 1.3.3

Education in Schools, Sex ................ 10; 1.3.3

Education, Medical ...........................7.2

Education, Nursing ...........................7.2

Effects of Television, Behavioral ...............18.4

Egg Donation .................... 14.2; 19.5 (14.6)

Eichner, Matter of (1981) .............. 8.3.3; 20.5.1

Elderly Persons, Research on ............... 18.5.7

Electrical Stimulation of the Brain............... 17.5

Electroconvulsive Shock Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.5

Electroshock ............................... 17.5

Embryo Biopsy ....................... 15.2 (14.4)

Embryo Donation ................. 14.4; 19.5 (14.6)

Embryo Donation for Research . . . . 18.5.4; 19.5 (14.6)

Embryo Lavage ............................14.4

Embryo, Status of ............................ 4.4

Embryo Transfer............................ 14.4

Embryos, Cryobanking (freezing) ...............14.6

Embryos, Human Experimentation . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.4

Embryos, Research on..................... 18.5.4

Emergency Care .......................... 9.5.1

Emergency Contraception ................ 11.1; 9.7

Emergency Preparedness . . . 9.1 (9.4; 21.1; 21.2; 21.3)

Employee Drug Testing .................16.3; 9.5.9

Employment Screening .................. 16.3; 9.1

Employment Screening, Genetic . . . . . . . . . . 15.3; 16.3

End-of-Life Care .......................... 20.4.1

Enforced Treatment .................. 8.3.4 or 17.8

Engineering Ethics ......................... 1.3.4

Enhancement, General .......................4.5

Enhancement,

 

 

Genetic . . 15.1; 4.5 [can use other 15s as primary]

Enhancement,

 

Neuro-. . . 17.1; 4.5 [can use other 17s as primary]

Enteral Feeding .......................... 20.5.1

Environment and Health.................. 16.1; 9.1

Environmental Ethics ........................16.1

Environmental Justice ..................16.1; 9.5.4

Environmental Monitoring / Human

 

Biomonitoring . . . . . . . 16.1; 9.1 (1.3.9; 18.+; 21.1)

Environmental Quality, General ................ 16.1

Epidemiological Research ................ 7.1; 18.1

Epidemiology ............................... 7.1

Error, Medical ....................... 9.8 (7.1; 8.5)

Ethical Guidelines ............................. 6

Ethicists, Clinical............................. 9.6

Ethics, Codes of Professional ................... 6

Ethics Committees ...........................9.6

Ethics Committees in Hospitals .................9.6

Ethics Committees, National ...................2.4

Ethics Consultation ........................... 9.6

Ethics, History of Medical ...................... 2.2

Ethics in Advertising ........................ 1.3.2

Ethics in Agriculture ....................... 1.3.11

Ethics in Anthropology ...................... 1.3.1

Ethics in Archeology........................ 1.3.1

Ethics in Architecture ....................... 1.3.4

 

 

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Ethics in Business ........................1.3.2

Ethics in Diplomacy .......................1.3.6

Ethics in Economics .......................1.3.2

Ethics in Education ........................1.3.3

Ethics in Engineering ......................1.3.4

Ethics in Fieldwork ........................1.3.1

Ethics in Government ......................1.3.5

Ethics in Industry .........................1.3.2

Ethics in International Affairs ................1.3.6

Ethics in Journalism .......................1.3.7

Ethics in Law ............................1.3.8

Ethics in Mass Media ......................1.3.7

Ethics in Media ...........................1.3.7

Ethics in Medicine.......................... 2.1

Ethics in Medicine, History of ................. 2.2

Ethics in Military ..........................1.3.5

Ethics in Nursing .........................4.1.3

Ethics in Nursing, History of ............. 2.2; 4.1.3

Ethics in Public Policy ......................1.3.5

Ethics in Publishing .......................1.3.7

Ethics in Scientific Research ................1.3.9

Ethics in Social Work .....................1.3.10

Ethics in Surgery .........................9.5.1

Ethics, Lifeboat ............................ 9.4

Ethics of Care (philosophical)................. 1.1

Ethics of Care (with healthcare

 

 

workers) .......................4.1.1; 4.1.3

Ethics of Food ................ 1.3.11 (16.1; 22.3)

Ethics, Organizational.. ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 1.3.2

Ethics, Organizational (in Health Care) .... 1.3.2; 9.1

Ethics, Organizational (in Managed Care). 1.3.2; 9.3.2

Ethics, Philosophical........................ 1.1

Ethics, Religious ........................... 1.2

Ethics, Social ............................1.3.1

Ethnic Group Minorities, Health Care for . . . . . . . 9.5.4

Ethnography and Medicine.............. 7.1 (21.7)

Ethnology and Medicine ................ 7.1 (21.7)

Eugenic Sterilization ............... 11.3; 15.5; 2.2

Eugenics................................ 15.5

Euthanasia (Bills, Laws and Cases) . . . . . . . . . . 20.5.3

Euthanasia, General ......................20.5.1

Euthanasia, Involuntary ...................20.5.1

Euthanasia, Participation of Doctors/Physicians during

 

the Nazi Period 20.5.1; 4.1.2; 21.4; 2.2 (1.3.5; 7.1)

Euthanasia, Participation of Nurses during the Nazi

 

Period . . . . . . 20.5.1; 4.1.3; 21.4; 2.2 (1.3.5; 7.1)

Euthanasia, Voluntary ....................20.5.1

Evangelical ............................... 1.2

Evidenced-Based Medicine .................. 9.8

Evolution ................................. 3.2

Evolutionary Ethics ......................... 1.1

Executions on Television .............. 1.3.7; 20.6

Experimental/Innovative Surgery . . . . . . . . 18.1 (18.6)

Experimental Treatment, Access by

 

HMOs ... ... ... .. 9.3.2 (9.2; 9.3.1; 9.4; 18.5.1)

Experimentation, Animal ................... 22.2

Experimentation, Human, General . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.1

 

Experimentation Policy Guidelines, Human . . . . . . . 18.2

Experimentation, Social Control of Human . . . . . . . 18.6

Experiments, Radiation ................18.5.1; 16.2

Experiments, Radiation, Military . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.8; 16.2

Experiments, Radiation, School . . . . 18.5.6; 16.2; 18.5.2

Expert Testimony, Medical ................ 7.3; 1.3.5

Expert Testimony, Scientific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1; 1.3.5

Exposure to Radiation .......................16.2

Extraordinary Treatment.................... 20.5.1

Failure of Contraception ......................11.4

Family Care of Patients ................... 8.1; 7.1

Family, Consent to Treatment ................ 8.3.3

Family, Attitudes Toward Death . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.3.3

Family-Patient Relationships ................... 8.1

Family Planning (contraception) ................ 11.1

Family Planning (population policy) ............. 13.3

Family Practice ............................ 9.5.1

Famous People/Public Figures (privacy) .......... 8.4

Farming and Animal Rights .............1.3.11; 22.1

Father, Legal Interests in Abortion . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.4.2

FDA Approval of AIDS Drugs . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 9.7; 18.5.1

FDA/Advisory

 

Committees . . . . . 9.7 (1.3.5; 5.3; 15.1; 13.11; 18.6)

Fee Splitting ......................9.3.1; 7.3; 1.3.2

Feeding of Prisoners, Force ...................21.5

Female Circumcision . . . . . . 9.5.5; 9.5.7; 10 (21.7, 1.2)

Feminism .................................. 10

Feminist Ethics ...........................1.1; 10

Ferguson v. City of Charleston (2000) 9.5.9; 9.5.8; 8.3.4

Fertility ...................................14.1

Fertility, Adolescent ....................11.2; 9.5.7

Fertility Drugs .......................... 14.1; 9.7

Fertility Surveys ....................14.1; 7.1; 13.1

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.9; 9.5.5; 9.5.8

Fetal Health Care .......................... 9.5.8

Fetal-Maternal

 

Conflict . . . . . 9.5.8; 9.5.5 (1.2; 8.3.4; 9.5.9; 20.5.1)

Fetal Protection Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.3; 9.5.5; 9.5.8

Fetal Rights ...........................9.5.8; 4.4

Fetal Surgery ................. 9.5.8; 9.5.5 (18.5.4)

Fetal Tissue Transplantation . . . . . . 19.5; 18.5.4 (12.1)

Fetus, Human Experimentation on . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.4

Fetus, Human Experimentation on Aborted . 18.5.4; 12.1

Fetus, Legal Interests in Abortion . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.4.2

Fetus, Research on ................ 18.5.4 (18.5.3)

Fetus, Wrongful Death of ................... 12.4.2

Fiction and Medicine .......................... 7.1

Fieldwork, Ethics in ........................ 1.3.1

Film and Medicine ...........................7.1

Financial Conflict of Interest, Institutional . . . . . 5.3; 1.3.2

Financial Conflict of Interest, Physicians . . . . . 7.3; 1.3.2

Financial Conflict of Interest, Scientists . 1.3.9; 7.3; 1.3.2

Financial Support for Abortion . . . . . . . . . . 12.4.1; 9.3.1

Financing Health Care ...................... 9.3.1

Fingerprinting, DNA ....................15.1; 1.3.5

Flexner ....................................7.2

Food (artificial feeding) ..................... 20.5.1

 

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Food Crisis .............................. 13.1

Food, Ethics of ................ 1.3.11 (16.1; 22.3)

Force Feeding, Alzheimer’s

 

Patients .............. 17.8; 17.1 (9.5.2; 8.3.3)

Force Feeding, Clinical .....................8.3.4

Force Feeding, Mentally Incompetent . . . . . . . . . 17.8

Force Feeding of Non-Prisoners . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.3.4

Force Feeding of Prisoners and Detainees . . . . . 21.5

Forced Cesarean Sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.5; 8.3.4

Forced Medical Intervention . . . . . 9.5.5 or 9.5.1; 8.3.4

Forced Medical Interventions on Pregnant

 

Women ...................9.5.5; 8.3.4; 9.5.8

Foreign Nationals as Recipients of Organs . 19.6; 21.1

Foreign Nationals, Research on . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.9

Forensic Medicine ........................1.3.5

Formula Industry, Infant ................ 9.7; 9.5.7

Fraud, Journalistic ........................1.3.7

Fraud, Scientific ..........................1.3.9

Fraud in Clinical Trials ................ 1.3.9; 18.2

Fraud in Drug Trials ...............1.3.9; 18.2; 9.7

Freedom of Information Act .................. 5.3

Freezing Embryos, Sperm, Ova .............. 14.6

Fundholding ....................... 9.4; 8.1; 9.8

Funding, Research ......................... 5.3

Funk Brothers Seed Co. v. Kalo Inoculant

 

 

Co. (1948) ..................... 15.8; 1.3.11

Futility ......................... 20.5.1; 9.4 (8.1)

Future Generations, Obligations to . . . . . . . . . . . 16.1

Gag Rule ........................12.4.1; 12.5.3

Gamete Donation ............... 14.2; 19.5 (14.6)

Gatekeeping by Physicians . . . . . . . . . . . 9.4; 8.1; 9.8

GBLT (gay, bisexual, lesbian, transgender) .......10

Gelsinger (hearing, not a legal case) ......15.4; 18.3

Gender ...................................10

Gender-Based Minorities, Health Care for . . . 9.5.4; 10

Gene Doping in Sports .............9.5.1; 15.1; 4.5

Gene Therapy............................ 15.4

Genetic Ancestry ........................ 15.11

Genetic Aspects of Aggression .............. 15.6

Genetic Aspects of Crime ............. 15.6; 1.3.5

Genetic Aspects of Sexuality ............. 15.6; 10

Genetic Aspects of Violence .............15.6; 9.1

Genetic Counseling ....................... 15.2

Genetic Data .................. 15.3 (1.3.12; 8.4)

Genetic Databases.................. 15.1, 1.3.12

Genetic Determinism ...................... 15.6

Genetic Discrimination, Employment . 15.3; 16.3 (8.4)

Genetic Discrimination, Insurance . . . 15.3; 9.3.1 (8.4)

Genetic Disorders and Diseases ............. 15.1

Genetic Engineering, General ............... 15.1

Genetic Enhancement . . . 15.1; 4.5 (15.4; 15.5; 15.6)

Genetic Fingerprinting ................ 15.1; 1.3.5

Genetic Information, General ................ 15.1

Genetic Intervention ....................... 15.1

Genetic Modification (gene therapy/gene

 

transfer)......................... 15.4 (4.5)

Genetic Modification, Inheritable . . . . 15.4; 4.5 (14.5)

 

Genetic Patents ............................15.8

Genetic Pedigree ..........................15.11

Genetic Privacy ........................ 15.1; 8.4

Genetic Research ........................... 15.1

Genetic Research, Biohazards of............... 15.7

Genetic Screening ..........................15.3

Genetic Screening in Employment . . . . . . . . . 15.3; 16.3

Genetic Services .............. 15.2 or 15.3 or 15.4

Genetically-Altered Animals . 15.1; 22.2 or 22.3 (1.3.11)

Genetically-Altered Crops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.1; 1.3.11

Genetically-Altered Food . . . . . . . . . 15.1; 1.3.11 (22.3)

Genetically-Altered Microbes ..................15.1

Genetically-Altered Organisms . . . . . 15.1 (1.3.11; 22.3)

Genetically-Altered Plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.1; 1.3.11

Genetically-Modified Animals 15.1, 22.2 or 22.3 (1.3.11)

Genetically-Modified Crops . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.1; 1.3.11

Genetically-Modified Food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.1; 1.3.11

Genetically-Modified Microbes .................15.1

Genetically-Modified Organisms . . . 15.1 (1.3.11; 22.3)

Genetically-Modified Plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.1; 1.3.11

Genetics and Employment Screening . . . . . . 15.3, 16.3

Genetics and Health Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . 15.1; 9.3.1

Genetics and Human Ancestry................ 15.11

Genetics and Race ......................... 15.11

Genetics, Behavioral ........................15.6

Genetics, General .......................... 15.1

Genetics, Regulation .................... 15.1; 5.3

Genital Mutilation, Female . . 9.5.5; 10 (9.5.7; 21.7, 1.2)

Genocide .................................21.4

Genome Mapping ..........................15.10

Genome-Wide Association Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.11

Genomics .................................15.1

Germ Warfare .............................21.3

German Measles .......................... 9.5.1

Germline Gene Therapy................. 15.4; 14.1

Germline Genetic Engineering .................15.4

Ghost Surgery ..............................9.8

GIFT (gamete intrafallopian transfer) ............14.4

Gifts to Physicians from Drug Industry . . 9.7; 1.3.2; 9.3.1

Glucksberg (see Compassion in Dying)

GMO (genetically-modified

 

organisms) ................ 15.1; 1.3.11 (22.3)

Government Ethics ......................... 1.3.5

Government Personnel, Research on . . . . . . . . . 18.5.8

Griswold v. Connecticut (1965) (privacy) ..... 11.1; 1.1

Growth Disorders .......................... 9.5.1

Growth Hormones ......................9.7; 9.5.7

Guidelines, Human Experimentation Policy . . . . . . . 18.2

Handicapped (Mentally), Health Care for . . . . . . . . 9.5.3

Handicapped (Mentally), Home Care for . . . . . . . . 9.5.3

Handicapped (Mentally), Human Experimentation

 

on ................................. 18.5.6

Handicapped (Physical), Human Experimentation

 

on ................................. 18.5.1

Handicapped (Physically), Long Term Care . . . . . . 9.5.1

Handicapped, Research on ................. 18.5.1

HapMap or HapMap Project............ 15.11; 15.10

 

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Hazards of Recombinant DNA Research . . . . . . . 15.7

Health and Consumerism.................... 9.1

Health Care and Privacy..................... 8.4

Health Care, Cost of .......................9.3.1

Health Care Financing .....................9.3.1

Health Care for Adolescents ................9.5.7

Health Care for African Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4

Health Care for AIDS Patients ...............9.5.6

Health Care for American Indians . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4

Health Care for Asian Americans .............9.5.4

Health Care for Children ....................9.5.7

Health Care for Chronically Ill ................ 9.5.1

Health Care for Critically Ill ..................9.5.1

Health Care for Disabled Persons (Mentally) . . . . 9.5.3

Health Care for Disabled Persons (Physically) . . . 9.5.1

Health Care for Drug Abusers ...............9.5.9

Health Care for Fetuses ....................9.5.8

Health Care for Hispanic Americans . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4

Health Care for Immigrants . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4 (9.5.10)

Health Care for Indigents ..................9.5.10

Health Care for Infants .....................9.5.7

Health Care for Military Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.1

Health Care for Minorities (Ethnic Groups) . . . . . 9.5.4

Health Care for Minorities (Gender-Based) . . 9.5.4; 10

Health Care for Minority Groups ..............9.5.4

Health Care for Minors .....................9.5.7

Health Care for Native Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4

Health Care for Newborns ..................9.5.7

Health Care for Particular Diseases or Groups,

 

General .............................9.5.1

Health Care for Prisoners ..............9.5.1; 1.3.5

Health Care for Substance Abusers . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.9

Health Care for Teenagers ..................9.5.7

Health Care for the Aged ...................9.5.2

Health Care for the Homeless ..............9.5.10

Health Care for the Poor ..................9.5.10

Health Care for Users of Controlled Substances . 9.5.9

Health Care for Women ....................9.5.5

Health Care, General ....................... 9.1

Health Care Information Systems . . . 9.1; 1.3.12 (8.4)

Health Care Policies, Paternalism in . . . . . . . . . . . 9.1

Health Care Programs for

 

Adolescents/Children/Minors, Newborns . . . 9.5.7

Health Care Programs for Indigents/ the Homeless/ the

 

Poor ...............................9.5.10

Health Care Programs for Minority Groups . . . . . 9.5.4

Health Care Programs for Substance Abusers . . 9.5.9

Health Care Programs for the Aged ...........9.5.2

Health Care Programs for Women ............9.5.5

Health Care, Quality of ...................... 9.8

Health Care Reform ................. 9.1 or 9.3.1

Health Care Resources, Allocation of . . . . . . . . . . 9.4

Health Care, Right to ....................... 9.2

Health, Concept of ......................... 4.2

Health, Concept of Mental ................... 4.3

Health Disparities . . . . . 9.1 (9.4; 9.2; 7.1; 9.5.+; 21.1)

Health Education .......................... 9.1

 

Health Education in Schools............... 9.1; 1.3.3

Health Ethics, History of .......................2.2

Health, Holistic ..............................4.2

Health Insurance .......................... 9.3.1

Health Insurance, National................... 9.3.1

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

 

 

(HIPAA) ................................8.4

Health Literacy ..............................9.1

Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs)...... 9.3.2

Health, Occupational ........................16.3

Health Personnel, Attitudes Toward Death . . . . . 20.3.2

Health Personnel, Legal Interests in Abortion . . . 12.4.3

Health Policy ................................ 9.1

Health Professionals, Education for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.2

Health Professionals’ Obligation to Treat . . . . . . . . . . 8.1

Health Professionals’ Obligation to Treat AIDS

 

Patients ...........................9.5.6; 8.1

Health Professionals' Refusal to Treat . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1

Health Professionals' Refusal to Treat AIDS

 

Patients ...........................9.5.6; 8.1

Health Promotion ........................ 9.1; 7.1

Health Services Research ...............9.1; 1.3.13

Heart, Artificial .............................19.2

Heart Disease............................. 9.5.1

Heart Transplantation ........................19.2

Hecht v. Superior Court (Kane) (1993) ........... 14.6

Helmets ...................................9.1

Helsinki, Declaration of....................... 18.2

Hemodialysis ..............................19.3

Hemophilia ............................... 9.5.1

Hepatitis ................................. 9.5.1

Herdrich v. Pegram (1998) ................9.5.6; 8.1

Hermaphroditism ............................ 10

Heroic Measures ......................... 20.5.1

Heroin Use for the Terminally Ill . . . . . . . . . 20.4.1; 9.5.9

High-Risk Therapy, Consent to ............... 8.3.1

Hinduism .................................. 1.2

HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability

 

 

Act) ...................................8.4

Hippocratic Oath........................ 6 (4.1.2)

Hispanic Americans, Health Care for . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4

History of Bioethics ...........................2.2

History of Dental Ethics ..................2.2; 4.1.4

History of Health Ethics .......................2.2

History of Medical Ethics ...................... 2.2

History of Medicine ...........................7.1

History of Nursing Ethics .................2.2; 4.1.3

HIV Infection.............................. 9.5.6

HIV Screening .........................9.5.6; 9.1

HMOs (Health Maintenance Organizations)...... 9.3.2

Holistic Health............................... 4.2

Holistic Medicine........................... 4.1.1

Holocaust ...................... 21.4 (15.5; 1.3.5)

Holocaust Medical Experimentation Data

 

 

Use ... ... .. 18.5.1 or specific; 21.4; 1.3.9 (1.3.7)

Home Care (use more specific number if applicable to

 

group) ............................... 9.5.1

 

 

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Home Care for the Aged ...................9.5.2

Home Care for the Mentally Disabled . . . . . . . . . 9.5.3

Home Care for the Physically Disabled . . . . . . . . 9.5.1

Homeless, Health Care for .................9.5.10

Homosexuality .............................10

Homosexuality, Genetic Aspects . . . . . . . . . . 15.6; 10

Hopelessly Ill, Care of the ..................20.4.1

Hospices ...............................20.4.1

Hospital Ethics Committees .................. 9.6

Hospitals and Institutional Ethics . . . . . . . . . 9.1; 1.3.2

Host Mothers ............................ 14.2

HPV (Human papillomavirus)

 

Vaccine ................. 9.7; 9.5.1; 9.5.7; 10

Human Ancestry and Genetics.............. 15.11

Human Dignity ............................ 4.4

Human Embryonic Stem Cell

 

Research ... ... ... ... 18.5.4; 15.1 (19.1; 19.5)

Human Experimentation, General . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.1

Human Experimentation Policy Guidelines . . . . . 18.2

Human Experimentation, Social Control of . . . . . 18.6

Human Genome Diversity Project . . . . . . . 15.11; 21.1

Human Genome Mapping ................. 15.10

Human Genome Project................... 15.10

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection . 9.5.6

Human Nature Theories..................... 3.1

Human Rights............................ 21.1

Human Tissue Research ................... 18.1

Humanism ....................... 1.1; 7.1 (7.2)

Humanities and Medicine .................... 7.1

Humanness .............................. 4.4

Hunger Strikes ........................... 21.5

Hunger, World ........................... 13.1

Hybrids ................. 15.1; 22.2 (1.3.11; 22.3)

Hyde Amendment ........................12.4.1

Hydration (artificial feeding) ................20.5.1

IACUC (Institutional Animal Care and Use

 

Committee) ..................... 22.2 (22.1)

Iatrogenic Illness .......................9.8; 9.1

ICSI.................................... 14.4

Illegal Immigrants, Health Care for . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.1

Illness, Concept of ......................... 4.2

Immigrants, Health Care for . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4 (9.5.10)

Immigration.............................. 21.1

Immigration and AIDS ................ 9.5.6; 21.1

Immunization as a Drug ..................... 9.7

Immunization as a Health Program . . . . . . . 9.5.1; 9.7

Immunization Risk Disclosure . . . . . . . . . . . 8.3.1; 9.7

Impaired Health Care Professionals . . 7.4; 9.5.9; (7.3)

Implantable Radiofrequency Identification (RFID)

 

Tags in Humans . . . . . . 5.1 (1.3.12; 4.4; 5.4; 8.4)

In re A.C. (1990) .....................9.5.5; 8.3.4

In re Arzberger (1940) ............... 15.8; 1.3.11

In re Bergy (1977) .....................15.8; 5.1

In re Quinlan (1976) .................8.3.3; 20.5.1

In re T.A.C.P. (1992) .......... 20.5.2; 20.2.1; 19.5

In Vitro Fertilization........................ 14.4

In Vitro Gestation (IVG) ................14.1; 19.1

 

 

Incentives, Population Control .................13.3

Incest ..................................... 10

Incompetence ............................. 8.3.3

Incompetence, Definition of ....................4.3

Indigents, Health Care for .................. 9.5.10

Industrial-Academic Cooperation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3

Industrial Medicine ..........................16.3

Industry, Ethics in .......................... 1.3.2

Infant Formula Industry ..................9.7; 9.5.7

Infant Mortality ..............................7.1

Infanticide ............................... 20.5.2

Infants, Health Care for ..................... 9.5.7

Infants to Die, Allowing ..................... 20.5.2

Infertility .................................. 14.1

Information, Genetic ......................... 15.3

Information Science Ethics.................. 1.3.12

Information Systems, Health Care . . . . 9.1; 1.3.12 (8.4)

Informed Consent (Bills, Laws and Cases) . . . . . . 8.3.5

Informed Consent for/by Minors ............... 8.3.2

Informed Consent, General .................. 8.3.1

Informed Consent, Human Experimentation . . . . . . 18.3

Informed Consent, Incompetents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.3.3

Informed Consent, Parental .................. 8.3.2

Inheritable Genetic Modification . . . . . . . 15.4; 4.5 (14.5)

Injury, Compensation for Research . . . . . . . . 18.1; 9.3.1

Injury, Prenatal .............................11.4

Insanity Plea ...........................4.3; 1.3.5

Inserts, Patient Package .................. 8.2; 9.7

Institutional Ethics in Hospitals . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.1; 1.3.2

Institutional Review Boards ...................18.2

Institutionalization ...........................17.7

Institutionalized Persons...................... 17.7

Institutionalized to Treatment, Right of the . . . . . . . . 17.8

Institutions, Legal Interests in Abortion . . . . . . . . 12.4.3

Insurance, Health .......................... 9.3.1

Insurance, National Health ................... 9.3.1

Intellectual Property . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3 (1.3.9; 1.3.7)

Intelligence Tests ...........................15.6

Intelligent Design ........................ 3.2; 1.2

Interests (Legal) of Father in Abortion . . . . . . . . . 12.4.2

Interests (Legal) of Fetus in Abortion . . . . . . . . . . 12.4.2

Interests (Legal) of Health Personnel in Abortion . 12.4.3

Interests (Legal) of Institutions in Abortion . . . . . . 12.4.3

Interests (Legal) of Woman in Abortion . . . . . . . . 12.4.2

International Affairs Ethics ................... 1.3.6

International Aspects ........................21.1

International Dimensions of Biology and Medicine,

 

General ............................... 21.1

International Migration of Health Professionals . . . . 21.6

International Union, U.A.W. v. Johnson Controls

 

(1991) ......................9.5.8; 9.5.5; 16.3

Intersex.................................... 10

Intersexuality ............................... 10

Internship .................................. 7.2

Intervention Bioethics .........................2.1

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.4

Involuntary Civil Commitment.................. 17.7

 

 

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Involuntary Euthanasia ....................20.5.1

Involuntary Sterilization................ 11.3; 8.3.4

IQ Controversy ........................... 15.6

IRBs ................................... 18.2

Islam .................................... 1.2

IVF .................................... 14.4

IVG (In Vitro Gestation) ................14.1; 19.1

Jacobson v. Massachusetts (1905) ....9.1; 8.3.4; 9.7

Jainism .................................. 1.2

Jehovah's Witness ......................... 1.2

Jehovah's Witness, Treatment Refusal by.. 8.3.4; 1.2

Jehovah's Witness, Treatment Refusal by/for

 

a Minor .................... 8.3.4; 8.3.2; 1.2

Jehovah's Witness, Treatment Refusal of Blood

 

Products ....................8.3.4; 19.4; 1.2

Jews .................................... 1.2

Jobes, Matter of (1987) ..............8.3.3; 20.5.1

Jodie and Mary, Case of (cojoined twins) 20.5.2 (4.4)

Johnson Controls Case (pregnant women’s right to

 

work) ..................... 9.5.8; 9.5.5; 16.3

Johnson v. Calvert (1993) ..............14.2; 15.1

Jones, York v. (1989) ...................14.6; 8.1

Journalism Ethics .........................1.3.7

Journalistic Fraud .........................1.3.7

Judaism ................................. 1.2

Judgment, Substituted .....................8.3.3

Just War .............................21.2; 1.2

Justice .................................. 1.1

Justice, Criminal ..........................1.3.5

Justice, Legal ............................1.3.8

Justice (philosophy) ........................ 1.1

Justice, Social ............................ 1.1

Kane (see Hecht)

Kass v. Kass ............................. 14.6

Kevorkian Case (suicide machine)...... 20.7; 20.5.1

Kidney, Artificial .......................... 19.3

Kidney Dialysis ........................... 19.3

Kidney Transplantation..................... 19.3

Killing / Letting Die .......................20.5.1

Kinship, Genetic ......................... 15.11

Kits, Testing .............................. 9.7

Laboratory Animals........................ 22.2

Laboratory Negligence ...................... 9.8

Laetrile .................................. 9.7

Land Ethic............................... 16.1

Latter Day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ of ..... 1.2

Lavage, Embryo .......................... 14.4

Laws on Abortion ........................12.4.4

Laws on Definition of Death ................20.2.2

Laws on Informed Consent .................8.3.5

Laws on Prolongation of Life and Euthanasia ..20.5.3

Least Restrictive Alternative................. 17.7

Legal Aspects of Abortion, General ..........12.4.1

Legal Ethics .............................1.3.8

Legal Interests of Father in Abortion .........12.4.2

Legal Interests of Fetus in Abortion ..........12.4.2

Legal Interests of Health Personnel Abortion...12.4.3

 

 

Legal Interests of Institutions in Abortion ....... 12.4.3

Legal Interests of Woman in Abortion ......... 12.4.2

Legal Justice ............................. 1.3.8

Lesbianism ................................. 10

Letting Die / Killing ........................ 20.5.1

Leukemia ................................ 9.5.1

Libertarianism ..........................1.1; 1.3.5

Library Science Ethics ..................... 1.3.12

Life Extension............................ 20.5.1

Life, Prolongation of (Bills, Laws and Cases).... 20.5.3

Life, Prolongation of, General................ 20.5.1

Life, Quality of...............................4.4

Life, Right to

 

 

(not Right to Life Movement, which is 12.3) ....4.4

Life Span ...................... 20.5.1; 4.5 (9.5.2)

Life Span Extension .............. 20.5.1; 4.5 (9.5.2)

Life, Value of ...............................4.4

Lifeboat Ethics ..............................9.4

Literature and Medicine .......................7.1

Livers, Transplantation .......................19.1

Living Wills .............................. 20.5.4

Lobotomies................................17.6

Long Term Care, Aged...................... 9.5.2

Long Term Care, General ................... 9.5.1

Long Term Care, Mentally Disabled ............ 9.5.3

Long Term Care, Mentally Handicapped ........ 9.5.3

Long Term Care, Physically Disabled .......... 9.5.1

Long Term Care, Physically Handicapped ....... 9.5.1

Love Canal ................................16.1

Lujan v. Defenders of Wildlife (1992) ............22.1

Lung Transplantation ........................19.1

Mad Cow Disease ............... 22.3; 1.3.11 (5.3)

Male Circumcision ...................... 9.5.1; 10

Malpractice .................................8.5

Managed Care ............................ 9.3.2

Mandatory Reporting .........................8.4

Manpower Shortage, Medical...................9.4

Mapping, Human Genome ...................15.10

Marijuana Use ............................ 9.5.9

Marijuana Use for the Terminally Ill ...... 20.4.1; 9.5.9

Marijuana Use, Medical .............9.5.1; 9.7; 9.5.9

Marketing of Organs.............. 19.5; 9.3.1 (1.3.2)

Mass Media Ethics ......................... 1.3.7

Mass Screening .............................9.1

Maternal-Fetal

 

 

Conflict ..... 9.5.5; 9.5.8 (1.2; 8.3.4; 9.5.9; 20.5.1)

Matter of Baby K (1994) ............... 20.5.2; 8.3.2

Matter of Baby M (1988)......................14.2

Matter of Conroy (1985) ............... 8.3.3; 20.5.1

Matter of Eichner (1981)............... 8.3.3; 20.5.1

Matter of Jobes (1987) ................ 8.3.3; 20.5.1

Matter of Storar (1981) ................. 8.3.3; 8.3.4

McFall v. Shimp (1978)..................8.3.4; 19.5

MCS (minimally conscious state) ............. 20.5.1

Measles, German .......................... 9.5.1

Media Ethics.............................. 1.3.7

Medicaid ........................... 9.3.1; 9.5.10

 

 

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Medical Anthropology ...................7.1; 21.7

Medical Care Systems ...................... 9.1

Medical Devices ........................... 9.7

Medical Directives .......................20.5.4

Medical Education ......................... 7.2

Medical Error ..................... 9.8 (7.1; 8.5)

Medical Error, Disclosure of ...............9.8; 8.2

Medical Ethics ............................ 2.1

Medical Ethics, History of .................... 2.2

Medical Facilities, Physician

 

 

Ownership .................. 9.3.1; 7.3; 1.3.2

Medical Groups Against War .............21.2; 7.1

Medical Humanities ........................ 7.1

Medical Information . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1 (1.3.12; 9.3.2)

Medical Manpower Shortage ................. 9.4

Medical Power ............................ 8.1

Medical Records, Computerized . . . . . . . 1.3.12 (8.4)

Medical Records, Computers and Privacy of 8.4; 1.3.12

Medical Records Database . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3.12 (8.4)

Medical Records, Electronic . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3.12 (8.4)

Medical Records, Patient Access .............. 8.2

Medical Records, Privacy .............. 8.4; 1.3.12

Medical Systems from Different Countries . . . . . . 4.1.1

Medical Tourism . . . . . . . 21.1; 9.1; 9.3.1 (9.5.1; 19.1)

Medicare ...........................9.3.1; 9.5.2

Medicine, International and Political Dimensions of,

 

General ............................. 21.1

Medicine and Film ......................... 7.1

Medicine and Literature ..................... 7.1

Medicine, Computers in ............... 1.3.12; 9.1

Medicine from Different Countries . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1.1

Medicine, History of ........................ 7.1

Medicine, Philosophy of ....................4.1.2

Medicine, Role of .......................... 7.1

Medicine, Socialized .......................9.3.1

Medicine, Sociology of, General............... 7.1

Medicine, Value of ........................4.1.2

Medicine, Women in..................... 7.1; 10

Mennonite ................................ 1.2

Mental Health, Concept of ................... 4.3

Mental Health Therapies, General . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.1

Mental Hospitals, Political Dissidents in . . . . 21.4; 17.7

Mental Hospitals, Prisoners' Right to Health Care 17.8

Mental Retardation ........................9.5.3

Mentally Disabled, Health Care for . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.3

Mentally Ill and Disabled, Research on . . . . . . . 18.5.6

Mentally Ill, Health Care for ................. 17.1

Mentally Incompetent, Force Feeding . . . 17.8 (8.3.3)

Methodist ................................ 1.2

Microbiology, General...................... 15.1

Midwives ................................4.1.3

Mifepristone ..........................12.1; 9.7

Migration of Health Professionals, International . . 21.6

Milgram, Stanley . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.4; 8.2; 1.3.9 (18.3)

Military Personnel, Health Care for . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.1

Military Personnel, Research on . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.8

Military Ethics ............................1.3.5

 

Mind-Body Problem ..........................3.1

Mind Control ...............................17.3

Mind Control By Government Agents . . . . . . . 17.3; 1.3.5

Minimally Conscious State (MCS, like coma,

 

PVS) ............................... 20.5.1

Minorities (Ethnic Groups), Health Care for . . . . . . 9.5.4

Minorities (Gender-Based), Health Care for . . . 9.5.4; 10

Minorities, Research on .................... 18.5.1

Minority Groups, Health Care Programs for . . . . . . 9.5.4

Minors, Allowing to Die ..................... 20.5.2

Minors and Consent to Treatment ............. 8.3.2

Minors, Availability of Contraceptives to . . . . . . . . . . 11.2

Minors, Civil Commitment of . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.7; 8.3.2

Minors, Consent to Treatment ................ 8.3.2

Minors, Health Care for ..................... 9.5.7

Minors/Parental Consent .................... 8.3.2

Minors, Research on ...................... 18.5.2

Misconduct by Health Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4

Misconduct, Scientific ....................... 1.3.9

Misconduct, Physicians . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4; 9.8 (8.1; 10)

MoCell (patenting cell line) ................ 15.8; 4.4

Molecular Biology, General ................... 15.1

Moore v. Regents of the University of California

 

(1990-1991) ..................... 18.3; 8.2; 4.4

Moral Aspects of Abortion ....................12.3

Moral Development ........................ 1.3.1

Moral Distress in Nursing . . . . . . . . 4.1.3 (7.1; 8.1; 16.3)

Moral Education ........................... 1.3.1

Moral Philosophy ............................ 1.1

Moral Responsibility of the Corporation . . . . . . . . . 1.3.2

Morality ....................................1.1

Morning After Pill ....................... 11.1; 9.7

Mothers, Host ..............................14.2

Mothers, Surrogate.......................... 14.2

Multiculturalism .............................21.7

Muscular Dystrophy ....................9.5.1; 15.1

Mutilation, Female Genital . . 9.5.5; 10 (9.5.7; 21.7, 1.2)

Nanotechnology . . . . . . 5.4 (4.4; 5.2; 5.3; 9.1; 9.7; 18.1)

Narrative Ethics .............................1.1

Nash Case (conceive child to be bone marrow donor for

 

sibling, confirmed with prenatal

 

diagnosis) ...............8.3.2; 14.4; 19.5; 15.2

National Committees, Bioethics ................. 2.4

National Health Insurance ................... 9.3.1

National Socialism ............... 21.4; 1.3.5 (15.5)

Native Americans, Health Care for . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4

Nature-Nurture Debate .......................15.6

Nature, Relationship With..................... 16.1

Nazi Data Use . . . 18.5.1 or specific; 21.4; 1.3.9 (1.3.7)

Nazi Period, Participation of Doctors/Physicians in

 

Euthanasia . . . . 20.5.1; 4.1.2; 21.4; 2.2 (1.3.5; 7.1)

Nazi Period, Participation of Nurses in

 

Euthanasia . . . . 20.5.1; 4.1.3; 21.4; 2.2 (1.3.5; 7.1)

Nazism ........................ 21.4; 1.3.5 (15.5)

Needle-Exchange Programs ................. 9.5.9

Negative Eugenics ..........................15.5

Negligence .................................8.5

 

 

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Negligence, Laboratory ..................9.8; 8.5

Neomorts (in transplantation).......... 19.5; 20.2.1

Neural Tube Defects ................. 9.5.1; 15.1

Neuroenhancement

 

....... 17.1; 4.5 [can use other 17s as primary]

Neuroethics ... ... ... ... 17.1; 4.4 (4.5; 17.4; 15.1)

Neurosciences, General.................... 17.1

New York State Office of Mental Health, T.D. v.

 

(1997) .....................17.4; 8.3.3; 18.4

Newborns, Allowing to DIe .................20.5.2

Newborns, Health Care for ..................9.5.7

Newborns, Research on ...................18.5.2

No-Code Orders .........................20.5.1

No-Fault Compensation ................ 8.5; 9.3.1

Nobel Sperm Bank ....................15.5; 14.6

Non-Beating Heart Donors . . . . . . . 19.5; 20.2.1 (19.2)

Non-Compliance ..........................8.3.4

Nonmaleficence ........................... 1.1

Nontherapeutic Research, General . . . . . . . . . . . 18.1

Norman-Bloodsaw v. Lawrence Berkeley

 

Laboratories (1998) ................15.3; 18.4

Norplant (5-year contraceptive implant) .....11.1; 9.7

Norplant (as part of a criminal

 

sentence) ...................11.1; 9.7; 1.3.5

Nuclear Power ........................... 16.2

Nuclear War .........................21.2; 16.2

Nuclear Weapons .....................16.2; 21.2

Nuremberg Code ............. 18.2; 18.3; 6 (21.4)

Nurses’ Participation in Euthanasia during the Nazi

 

 

Period . . . . . . 21.4; 1.3.5; 2.2; 20.5.1 (4.1.3; 7.1)

Nurse-Patient Relationship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1; 4.1.3

Nurses, Professional Ethics . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1.3; 1.3.1

Nursing as a Profession ....................4.1.3

Nursing Education ......................... 7.2

Nursing Ethics ...........................4.1.3

Nursing Ethics, History of ............... 2.2; 4.1.3

Nursing Homes (Aged) .....................9.5.2

Nursing Homes (Mentally Disabled) . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.3

Nursing Homes (Physically Disabled) . . . . . . . . . 9.5.1

Nursing Homes ...........................9.5.1

Nursing, Philosophy of .....................4.1.3

Nutrigenomics, GMOs in ............. 15.1; 1.3.11

Nutrigenomics, Health Issue (e.g. allergy) . 15.1; 9.5.1

Nutrition (artificial feeding) .................20.5.1

Oath, Hippocratic ...................... 6 (4.1.2)

Obligation to Treat, Health Professionals' . . . . . . . 8.1

Obligation to Treat AIDS Patients, Health

 

Professionals' .................... 9.5.6; 8.1

Obligations to Future Generations . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.1

Occupational Drug Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.3; 9.5.9

Occupational Exposure to AIDS . . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 16.3

Occupational Health ....................... 16.3

Occupational Screening . . . . . . . . . . . 16.3; 9.1 (15.3)

Oocyte Donation..................... 14.2 (14.6)

Operant Conditioning ...................... 17.3

Organ Banks ............................ 19.5

Organ Donation .......................... 19.5

 

Organ Procurement .........................19.5

Organ Transplantation, General................ 19.1

Organs, Trafficking of ........................19.5

Organisms, Patenting ........................15.8

Organizational Ethics, Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3.2

Organizational Ethics, General................ 1.3.2

Organizational Ethics, Government . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3.5

Organizational Ethics in Health Care . . . . . . . . 9.1; 1.3.2

Organizational Ethics in Managed Care . . . . 9.3.2; 1.3.2

Organs, Allocation of ........................19.6

Organs, Artificial, General .................... 19.1

Organs, Marketing of . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.5; 9.3.1 (1.3.2)

Organs, Sale of ................. 19.5; 9.3.1 (1.3.2)

Orphan Drugs .....................9.7; 9.3.1; 1.3.2

Outcomes Prediction .........................9.8

Outpatient Commitment ...................... 17.7

Ova, Cryobanking (freezing)................... 14.6

Ovum Donation .................. 14.2; 19.5 (14.6)

Ownership of Body Parts ................ 4.4 (19.5)

Package Inserts, Patient .................. 8.2; 9.7

Pain ...................................... 4.4

Palliative Care for Children.................. 20.4.2

Palliative Care, Non-Terminal Illness . . . . . . . . 4.4; 9.5.1

Palliative Care, Terminal Illness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.4.1

Pancreas Transplantation ....................19.1

Pandemics ............................ 9.1; 21.1

Parental Consent .......................... 8.3.2

Parental Notification - Abortion . . . . . . . . . . 12.4.2; 8.3.2

Parental Notification - Contraception . . . . . . . 11.2; 8.3.2

Parental Rights ............................ 8.3.2

Parenteral Feeding ........................ 20.5.1

Parenthood ................................14.1

Partial Birth Abortion......................... 12.1

Participation of Nurses in Euthanasia during the Nazi

 

Period ... ... .. 21.4; 1.3.5; 2.2; 20.5.1 (4.1.3; 7.1)

Passive Euthanasia ....................... 20.5.1

Pastoral Care ........................... 9.1; 1.2

Patenting Animals ............... 15.8; 22.2 or 22.3

Patenting Body Parts and Fluids ...............15.8

Patenting Organisms ........................15.8

Patenting Surgical Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3; 9.1

Patents ....................................5.3

Patents, Genetic ............................ 15.8

Paternalistic Health Care Policies ...............9.1

Paternity Tests ........................ 14.1; 15.1

Patient Access to Medical Records ..............8.2

Patient Admission ....................... 9.2; 9.3.1

Patient Advocates............................ 9.1

Patient, Care of the Dying, General . . . . . . . . . . . 20.4.1

Patient Compliance ..................8.3.4 or 9.5.9

Patient Dumping ........................9.3.1; 9.2

Patient Package Inserts ................... 8.2; 9.7

Patient Professional Relationship, General . . . . . . . . 8.1

Patient Relationships ......................... 8.1

Patient Safety ............................... 9.8

Patient Satisfaction/Preference . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1; 9.8

Patient Self Determination Act ............... 20.5.4

 

 

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Patient Transfer ...................... 9.3.1; 9.2

Patients' Bill of Rights ....................... 9.2

Patient's Duty to Disclose & AIDS . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 8.1

PCRs (Personal Health Records) . . . . . . . 1.3.12 (8.4)

Pedigree, Genetic........................ 15.11

Peer Review ...........................9.8; 7.3

Peer Review Committees .................9.8; 7.3

Peer Review, Research ....................1.3.9

Pernkopf’ Atlas ........................7.2; 21.4

Persistent Vegetative State (PVS),

 

Allowing to Die.................. 20.5.1 (4.4)

Persistent Vegetative State (PVS),

 

Therapies ....................... 17.1 (4.4)

Personal Health Records (PCRs) . . . . . . . 1.3.12 (8.4)

Personalized Medicine ................ 15.1; 9.5.1

Personhood .............................. 4.4

Personnel, Health, Attitudes Toward Death . . . . 20.3.2

Personnel, Research on Military or Government 18.5.8

Pets ................................... 22.1

Peyote ............................. 1.2; 9.5.9

PGD (Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis) ...... 15.2

Pharmacists .............................. 9.7

Pharmacists and Conscientious

 

Objection ................... 11.1; 9.7 (4.1.1)

Pharmacogenetics .....................15.1; 9.7

Pharmacogenomics ....................15.1; 9.7

Phenylketonuria ..........................9.5.1

Philosophical Ethics ........................ 1.1

Philosophy in General ...................... 1.1

Philosophy of Biology ....................... 3.1

Philosophy of Medicine .....................4.1.2

Philosophy of Nursing ......................4.1.3

Philosophy of Science ...................... 5.1

Philosophy of the Health Professions, General . . 4.1.1

Physical Restraints ........................ 17.3

Physical Restraints for Aged . . . . . . . . . . . 17.3; 9.5.2

Physically Disabled, Health Care for . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.1

Physically Disabled, Research On . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.1

Physician Assisted Suicide . . . . . . . . . 20.7; 20.5.1; 8.1

Physician Gatekeeping............... 9.4; 8.1; 9.8

Physician Misconduct....................... 7.4

Physician Misconduct, Sexual . . . . . . . . . 7.4; 10 (8.1)

Physician Misconduct (Psychiatry),

 

Sexual ................... 7.4; 10; 17.2 (8.1)

Physician Nurse Relationship................. 7.3

Physician Ownership of Medical

 

Facilities ................... 9.3.1; 7.3; 1.3.2

Physician-Patient Relationship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1

Physician-Patient Sexual Relations . . . . . 7.4 (8.1; 10)

Physician-Physician Relationship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.3

Physicians and Advertising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1; 1.3.2

Physicians and Drug Industry Gifts . . 9.7; 1.3.2; 9.3.1

Physicians and Publicity ..................... 7.1

Physicians, Community Responsibility of . . . . . . . . 7.1

Physicians' Conflict of Interest ................ 7.3

Physicians, International Migration of . . . . . . . . . . 21.6

Physicians, Professional Ethics . . . . . . . . . 4.1.2; 1.3.1

 

Physician’s Role, General ................... 4.1.2

Physician’s View of His/Her Work ...............7.1

Pill (contraception) ..........................11.1

Pillow Angel (see Ashley) ............ 9.5.3; 4.4; 8.3.2

PKU .................................... 9.5.1

PKU Treatment............................ 9.5.1

PKU Screening of Infants ................15.3; 9.5.7

Placebos (in human experimentation) ...........18.3

Placebos (in patient care)...................... 8.2

Plagiarism................... 1.3.7 or 1.3.9 or 1.3.3

 

 

Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania

 

v. Casey (1992) ....................... 12.4.3

Plastic Surgery ............................ 9.5.1

Pluralism, Cultural ..........................21.7

PMV (plant-made vaccines) ........ 9.7; 1.3.11 (15.7)

Poetry and Medicine ..........................7.1

Police Ethics.............................. 1.3.5

Policy, Ethics in Public ...................... 1.3.5

Policy Guidelines, Human Experimentation . . . . . . . 18.2

Policy, Population ...........................13.3

Policy, Science ..............................5.3

Political Activism in Biology and Medicine . . . . . . . . 21.1

Political Activities ...........................21.1

Political Dimensions of Biology and Medicine,

General ............................... 21.1

Political Dissidents in Mental Hospitals . . . 21.4; 17.7

Poor, Health Care for the ................... 9.5.10

Population Control Incentives.................. 13.3

Population Biobanks . . . . . . . . 15.11; 1.3.12; 15.1 (18.+)

Population, General ......................... 13.1

Population Genetics ........................15.11

Population Growth ..........................13.2

Population Policy ...........................13.3

Position Statements on Abortion ...............12.2

Position Statements on Professional Ethics . . . . . . . . . 6

Positive Eugenics ...........................15.5

Posthumous Conception . . . . . . . 14.2; 20.1; 19.5; 8.3.3

Posthumous Reproduction . . . . . 14.2; 20.1 (19.5; 8.3.3)

Postmodernism .............................1.1

Power, Nuclear .............................16.2

PPO's (Preferred Provider Organizations) ...... 9.3.2

Practice Guidelines ..........................9.8

Precautionary Principle................... (add 5.2)

Predetermination, Sex .......................14.3

Preemployment Screening . . . . . . . . . . . 16.3; 9.1 (15.3)

Pregnancy, Adolescent . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.1; 9.5.7; 11.2

Pregnancy Reduction (in multiple

 

pregnancies) ...................... 12.1; 14.1

Pregnant Women, Drug Abuse . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.5; 9.5.9

Pregnant Women, Forced Medical

 

Interventions ................ 9.5.5; 9.5.8; 8.3.4

Pregnant Women, Research on.............. 18.5.3

Pregnant Women, Substance Abuse . . . . . . 9.5.5; 9.5.9

Pregnant Women, Treatment of............... 9.5.5

Preimplantation Diagnosis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.2; 14.4

Prenatal Diagnosis .......................... 15.2

Prenatal Injury .............................11.4

 

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Prenatal Testing/Diagnosis, Non-Genetic . 9.5.8; 9.5.5

Presbyterian .............................. 1.2

Preselection, Sex ......................... 14.3

Presumed Consent (organ procurement) .. 19.5; 8.3.1

Preventive Medicine ........................ 9.1

Primary Care ............................. 9.1

Prison Health Care ...................9.5.1; 1.3.5

Prisoners, AIDS and ..................9.5.6; 9.5.1

Prisoners, Forced Feeding of................ 21.5

Prisoners, Human Experimentation . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.5

Prisoners, in Mental Hospitals, Right to Health

 

Care................................ 17.8

Prisoners, Research on ...................18.5.5

Prisoners, Right to Health Care . . . . . 9.2; 1.3.5; 9.5.1

Privacy (confidentiality)...................... 8.4

Privacy, Genetic .......................15.1; 8.4

Privacy in Health Care ...................... 8.4

Privacy, Medical Records .............. 8.4; 1.3.12

Privacy, Right To .......................... 1.1

Privileged Communication ................... 8.4

Privileged Psychiatric Communication . . . . . . 8.4; 17.1

Pro-Choice Movement ..................... 12.3

Pro-Life Movement........................ 12.3

Procedures, Surgical, Patenting . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3; 9.1

Proceedings, Bioethics ...................... 2.4

Procreate, Right To ....................... 14.1

Procurement, Body Parts and Fluids . . . . . . . . . . 19.5

Procurement, Cadaver .................19.5; 20.1

Procurement, Organs ...................... 19.5

Procurement, Tissues ..................... 19.5

Production of Animals ............... 22.3; 1.3.11

Profession, Nursing as a ...................4.1.3

Professional Ethics, Allied Health

 

 

Professionals ....................4.1.1; 1.3.1

Professional Ethics, Clergy in

 

Health Care ............. 4.1.1; 1.2 (1.3.1; 7.3)

Professional Ethics, Codes of ..................6

Professional Ethics, Dentists . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1.4; 1.3.1

Professional Ethics, General ................1.3.1

Professional Ethics, Nurses . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1.3; 1.3.1

Professional Ethics, Physicians . . . . . . . . . 4.1.2; 1.3.1

Professional Ethics, Psychiatry . . . . 4.1.2; 17.1; 1.3.1

Professional Ethics, Psychology . . . . 4.1.1; 17.1; 1.3.1

Professional-Patient Relationship, General . . . . . . 8.1

Professional-Professional Relationship . . . . . . . . . 7.3

Professional Standards Review Organization . . . . 9.8

Professionalism in Dentistry/Dentists . . . . . 4.1.4; 1.3.1

Professionalism in Medicine/Physicians . . . 4.1.2; 1.3.1

Professionalism in Nursing/Nurses . . . . . . 4.1.3; 1.3.1

Professionalism in Allied Healthcare

 

Professionals ....................4.1.1; 1.3.1

Professionalism in Psychiatry/

 

Psychiatrists ............... 17.1; 4.1.2; 1.3.1

Professionalism in Psychology/Psychotherapy/

 

Psychologists .............. 17.2; 4.1.1; 1.3.1

Professionals, Discipline of .................. 7.4

Prolongation of Life (Bills, Laws and Cases) . . . 20.5.3

 

Prolongation of Life, General ................ 20.5.1

Prolongation of Life Span . . . . . . . . . . 20.5.1, 4.5 (9.5.2)

Property Rights .............................15.8

Property Rights, Body Parts . . . . . . . . 4.4 (15.8 or 19.5)

Protestantism ............................... 1.2

Proxy Consent ............................ 8.3.3

Prozac ......................... 17.4 (1.3.2; 9.7)

PSDA .................................. 20.5.4

PSRO's ....................................9.8

Psychiatric Communication, Privileged . . . . . . 8.4; 17.1

Psychiatric Genetics ......................... 15.6

Psychiatric Treatment, Right to Refuse . . . . . 17.8; 8.3.4

Psychiatric Wills . . . . . . . 17.1; 8.3.3; 8.3.4; (17.4; 17.7)

Psychiatrists and Capital

 

Punishment .............. 20.6; 17.1 (4.3; 17.4)

Psychiatry, Professional Ethics . . . . . . 4.1.2; 17.1; 1.3.1

Psychoactive Drugs .........................17.4

Psychoanalysis .............................17.2

Psychological Aspects ....................... 17.1

Psychological Aspects of Abortion . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.5.1

Psychological Counseling..................... 17.1

Psychology ................................ 17.1

Psychology, Professional Ethics . . . . . . 4.1.1; 17.1; 1.3.1

Psychopharmacology ........................17.4

Psychosurgery .............................17.6

Psychotherapist-Patient Sexual

 

Relations .................. 7.4; (8.1; 10; 17.2)

Psychotherapy .............................17.2

Public Advocacy .............................9.1

Public Attitudes Toward Science & Technology . . . . . 5.3

Public Comments on Science & Technology . . . . . . . 5.3

Public Health ...............................9.1

Public Health, Mandated ......................9.1

Public Influence on Science & Technology . . . . . . . . 5.3

Public Opinion on Abortion .................. 12.5.2

Public Opinion on Science & Technology . . . . . . . . . . 5.3

Public Perspectives on Science & Technology . . . . . 5.3

Public Policy, Ethics in ...................... 1.3.5

Public Views of Science & Technology . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3

Publicity and Physicians .......................7.1

Publishing, Ethics in ........................ 1.3.7

Punishment, Capital ......................... 20.6

PVS (Persistent Vegetative State),

 

Allowing to Die.................... 20.5.1 (4.4)

PVS (Persistent Vegetative State),

 

Therapies ........................ 17.1 (4.4)

QALYs ................................ 4.4; 9.4

Quaker ....................................1.2

Quality, Environmental, General................ 16.1

Quality of Health Care ........................9.8

Quality of Life ............................... 4.4

Quarantine .................................9.1

Quill v. Vacco (1996) ..................20.7; 20.5.1

Quinlan, In re (1976) ................. 8.3.3; 20.5.1

R & D Funding ..............................5.3

Race and Genetics ......................... 15.11

Racial Equity in Health Care.............. 9.5.4 (9.2)

 

 

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Racial Health Disparities . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.4 (9.4; 9.2)

Racism ............... 21.1 (9.2; 21.4; 9.5.4; 15.5)

Radiation Experiments ............... 18.5.1; 16.2

Radiation Experiments, Military . . . . . . . . 18.5.8, 16.2

Radiation Experiments, School . . 18.5.6; 16.2; 18.5.2

Radiation Exposure ....................... 16.2

Randomized Trial Design ................... 18.2

Rape ..................... 9.5.5; 10 (1.3.5; 9.5.1)

Rationing ................................ 9.4

Rationing by Age ..................... 9.4; 9.5.2

Reassignment Surgery, Sex ...................10

Recombinant DNA Industry ................. 15.1

Recombinant DNA Research, Hazards of . . . . . . 15.7

Referral and Consultation.................... 9.6

Refusal of Blood by Jehovah’s

 

Witnesses ...................8.3.4; 19.4; 1.2

Refusal to Treat by Health Professionals . . . . . . . . 8.1

Refusal to Treat AIDS Patients by Health

 

Professionals..................... 9.5.6; 8.1

Refuse Psychiatric Treatment, Right to . . . 17.8; 8.3.4

Regents of the University of California, Tarasoff v.

 

(1976) ....................... 8.4; 17.2; 4.3

Regulation of Genetics ..................15.1; 5.3

Rehabilitation Medicine ....................9.5.1

Rejuvenation........................ 20.5.1; 4.5

Relationship with Nature.................... 16.1

Religion, Science and ....................5.1; 1.2

Religious Aspects of Abortion ............... 12.3

Religious Ethics ........................... 1.2

Remuneration ............................9.3.1

Renal Dialysis ............................ 19.3

Reporting, Mandatory ....................... 8.4

Reproduce, Right To ...................... 14.1

Reproductive Cloning ................. 14.5 (14.1)

Reproductive Technologies, General . . . . . . . . . . 14.1

Required Request (organ procurement)........ 19.5

Research, Basic ........................... 5.1

Research, Behavioral ...................... 18.4

Research Cloning . . . . . . . . . . . 14.5; 18.5.4 or 18.5.1

Research, Community Consent to . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.6

Research Design ......................... 18.2

Research, Embryo Donation for . . . 18.5.4; 19.5 (14.6)

Research, Epidemiological . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.1; 18.1

Research Ethics Consultation . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.6; 18.1

Research Ethics, Scientific ..................1.3.9

Research Funding ......................... 5.3

Research, Human Tissue................... 18.1

Research Injury, Compensation for . . . . . . 18.1; 9.3.1

Research, Nontherapeutic, General . . . . . . . . . . . 18.1

Research on Aborigines ...................18.5.1

Research on Aborted Fetuses . . . . . . . . . 18.5.4; 12.1

Research on Adolescents .................18.5.2

Research on AIDS Patients . . . . . . . . . . . 9.5.6; 18.5.1

Research on Children .....................18.5.2

Research on Elderly Persons ...............18.5.7

Research on Embryos ....................18.5.4

Research on Fetuses .............. 18.5.4 (18.5.3)

 

Research on Foreign Nationals .............. 18.5.9

Research on General Population . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.1

Research on Government Personnel . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.8

Research on Infants ....................... 18.5.2

Research on Mentally Disabled Persons . . . . . . . 18.5.6

Research on Mentally Ill Persons . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.6

Research on Military Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.8

Research on Minorities..................... 18.5.1

Research on Minors ....................... 18.5.2

Research on Neomorts .................... 18.5.1

Research on Newborns .................... 18.5.2

Research on the Physically Disabled . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.1

Research on Pregnant Women . . . . . . . 18.5.3 (18.5.4)

Research on Prisoners..................... 18.5.5

Research on Special Populations, General . . . . . 18.5.1

Research on Stem Cells............ 18.7; 15.1 (19.+)

Research on Terminally Ill Persons . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.7

Research on Violence .......................18.4

Research on Women ...................... 18.5.3

Research, Therapeutic, General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.1

Residency.................................. 7.2

Responsibility of Physicians, Community . . . . . . . . . . 7.1

Restraints, Physical ......................... 17.3

Restraints, Physical for Aged . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.3; 9.5.2

Resuscitation ............................ 20.5.1

Review Committees (in research) .............. 18.2

Review, Peer ........................... 9.8; 7.3

RFID (Implantable Radiofrequency Identification)

 

Tags in Humans . . . . . . . 5.1 (1.3.12; 4.4; 5.4; 8.4)

Right Not to Know............................ 8.2

Right of the Institutionalized to Treatment . . . . . . . . 17.8

Right to Health Care ..........................9.2

Right to Health Care for Prisoners . . . . . 9.2; 1.3.5; 9.5.1

Right to Life ................................4.4

Right to Life Movement ......................12.3

Right to Privacy .............................1.1

Right to Procreate ..........................14.1

Right to Psychiatric Treatment .................17.8

Right to Refuse Psychiatric Treatment . . . . . . 17.8; 8.3.4

Right to Refuse to Treat, Health Professional's . . . . . 8.1

Right to Refuse to Treat AIDS Patients, Health

 

Professional's ......................9.5.6; 8.1

Right to Refuse Treatment ................... 8.3.4

Right to Reproduce .........................14.1

Right to Reproduction, Age Factors . . . . . . . . 14.1; 9.5.2

Right to Strike ............................... 7.1

Rights, Animal, General ...................... 22.1

Rights, Human .............................21.1

Rights, Parental ........................... 8.3.2

Rights, Patients' Bill of ........................9.2

Risk Assessment ............................5.2

Risk-Benefit Studies ..........................5.2

Risk Disclosure............................ 8.3.1

Risk Disclosure, Immunization . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.3.1; 9.7

Risk Disclosure in Research ............. 18.3 (5.2)

Ritalin .............................. 17.4 (9.5.7)

Roe v. Wade (1973) .................. 12.4.2; 9.5.5

 

 

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Bioethics Research Library Alphabetical Classification List

 

Role of Medicine........................... 7.1

Roman Catholicism ........................ 1.2

RU-486 (abortion pill) ...................12.1; 9.7

Rural Health Care .........................9.5.1

Rust v. Sullivan (1991) ..............12.4.1; 12.5.3

Safety, Patient ............................ 9.8

 

 

Saikewicz, Superintendent of Belchertown State

 

School v. (1977) .................8.3.3; 8.3.4

Salesmen in the Operating Room ............. 9.8

Salgo v. Leland Stanford Jr. University Board of

 

Trustees (1957) .......................8.3.1

Sanctity of Life ............................ 4.4

Santillan Case, Jesica19.6; 19.2; 9.8; 20.5.1; 21.1; 9.3.1

Savior Sibling ................15.2, 14.4; 19.5; 4.4

SBER (Social, Behavioral, Educational

 

Research) ............... 1.3.13; 1.3.3 (18.4)

Schiavo, Terri ................ 20.5.1 (4.4; 20.5.4)

Schloendorff v. Society of New York Hospital (1914)

 

(autonomy) ...................... 1.1; 8.3.1

Schools, Condoms in ................. 11.2; 1.3.3

Schools, Health Education in . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.1; 1.3.3

Schools, Sex Education in ...............10; 1.3.3

Science and Religion ....................5.1; 1.2

Science and Technology, Public Attitudes Toward 5.3

Science and Technology, Public Comments on . . . 5.3

Science and Technology, Public Influence on . . . . 5.3

Science and Technology, Public Opinion on . . . . . 5.3

Science and Technology, Public Perspectives on . 5.3

Science and Technology, Public Views of . . . . . . . 5.3

Science and Technology, Social Control of . . . . . . 5.3

Science and Values ........................ 5.1

Science, Philosophy of ...................... 5.1

Science Policy ............................ 5.3

Science, Technology and Society ............. 5.1

Scientific Fraud ...........................1.3.9

Scientific Misconduct ......................1.3.9

Scientific Research Ethics ..................1.3.9

Scientists' Conflict of Interest . . . . . . . . . . 1.3.9 (7.3)

Screening for HIV ..................... 9.5.6; 9.1

Screening, Genetic ........................ 15.3

Screening, Mass........................... 9.1

Screening, Occupational . . . . . . . . . . 16.3; 9.1 (15.3)

Screening, Preemployment . . . . . . . . 16.3; 9.1 (15.3)

Seatbelts................................. 9.1

Selection for Treatment ..................9.4; 9.2

Selection of Subjects (human experimentation). . 18.2

Selective Abortion .....................12.1; 14.1

Selective Reduction ...................14.3; 12.1

Selfish Genetic Elements ................... 15.1

Semen Donors ........................... 14.6

Seventh Day Adventist ...................... 1.2

Sex Change Surgery ...................10; 9.5.1

Sex Discrimination ..........................10

Sex Education in Schools ................10; 1.3.3

Sex Offenders, Depo-Provera for . . . . . . 17.3; 10; 17.4

Sex Predetermination . . . . . . . . . . . 14.3 (15.2 or 15.3)

Sex Preselection ..............14.3 (15.2 or 15.3)

 

Sex Reassignment Surgery ............... 10; 9.5.1

Sex Selection, Abortion ................. 14.3; 12.1

Sexual Relations, Physician-Patient . . . . . . 7.4 (8.1; 10)

Sexual Relations, Psychotherapist-

 

Patient ..................... 7.4 (8.1; 17.2; 10)

Sexuality ................................... 10

Sexuality, Genetic Aspects ................. 15.6; 10

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (except AIDS). 9.5.1; 10

Sham Surgery/Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.2; 18.5.1

Shamanism ................................1.2

Shimp, McFall v. (1978) .................8.3.4; 19.5

Shock Therapy, Electroconvulsive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.5

Shortage, Medical Manpower................... 9.4

Sickle Cell Anemia ......................... 9.5.1

Sierra Club v. Morton, Secretary of Interior

 

(1972) ................................22.1

Sikhism ....................................1.2

Skinner v. Oklahoma ................... 11.3; 15.5

Skinnerian Conditioning ......................17.3

Slippery Slope Argument ......................1.1

Slow Codes ............................. 20.5.1

Smoking ................................. 9.5.9

Social Aspects of Abortion, General . . . . . . . . . . . 12.5.1

Social Control of Human Experimentation . . . . . . . . 18.6

Social Control of Science and Technology . . . . . . . . . 5.3

Social Darwinism ...........................15.5

Social Discrimination (in health care) ........... 9.5.4

Social Ethics .............................. 1.3.1

Social Justice (philosophical) ................... 1.1

Social Sciences Ethics ..................... 1.3.13

Social Sciences Research . . . . . . . . 1.3.13 (18.2; 18.4)

Social Values ............................. 1.3.1

Social Work Ethics ........................ 1.3.10

Socialized Medicine ........................ 9.3.1

Sociobiology ............................... 15.9

Sociology of Medicine, General ................. 7.1

Somatic Gene Therapy ......................15.4

Specialists in Life Extension

 

 

(Biogerontologists ) . . . . . . . . . . . 20.5.1; 4.5 (9.5.2)

Speciesism ................................22.1

Sperm Banks ..............................14.6

Sperm, Cryobanking (freezing) ................ 14.6

Sperm Donation .................. 14.2; 19.5 (14.6)

Spina Bifida ..........................9.5.1; 15.1

Spiritual Healing ........................4.1.1; 1.2

Spirituality in Medicine ................ 9.1; 1.2 (8.1)

Sports Medicine ........................... 9.5.1

Spousal Consent .......................... 8.3.3

SSBR (Social Science & Behavioral

 

 

Research) ................. 1.3.13; 18.4 (18.2)

Statistics ................................... 7.1

Status of Embryo ............................4.4

Stem Cell Animal Cloning . . . . . . . 14.5; 15.1; 18.7; 22.3

Stem Cell Research ............... 18.7; 15.1 (19.+)

Stem Cell Research, Adult . . . . . . . . . . 18.7; 15.1 (19.+)

Stem Cell Research, Embryo . . 18.7; 15.1; 18.5.4 (19.+)

Stem Cell Research,

 

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Bioethics Research Library Alphabetical Classification List

 

Human Embryonic . . . . . 18.7; 15.1; 18.5.4 (19.+)

Sterilization .............................. 11.3

Sterilization, Eugenic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.3; 15.5; 2.2

Sterilization, Involuntary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.3; 8.3.4

Sterilization of Disabled Persons . . . . . . . . 11.3; 9.5.1

Sterilization of Mentally Disabled Persons . 11.3; 9.5.3

Sterilization, Voluntary ..................... 11.3

Steroids, Anabolic (use by athletes) ......9.5.1; 9.5.9

Steroids Use by Athletes ..............9.5.1; 9.5.9

Stimulation of the Brain, Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.5

Storar, Matter of (1981) ...............8.3.3; 8.3.4

Strike, Right to ............................ 7.1

Subjects, Research on Particular Groups,

 

General ............................18.5.1

Subjects, Selection of (human experimentation). 18.2

Substance Abuse .........................9.5.9

Substance Abuse by Health Care

 

Professionals..................... 7.4; 9.5.9

Substance Abuse by Pregnant Women . . . 9.5.5; 9.5.9

Substituted Judgment ......................8.3.3

Suffering ................................. 4.4

Suicide ................................. 20.7

Suicide Machine (Dr. Jack Kevorkian) ... 20.7; 20.5.1

Suicide, Physician Assisted . . . . . . . . 20.7; 20.5.1; 8.1

Superintendent of Belchertown State School v.

 

Saikewicz (1977) .................8.3.3; 8.3.4

Surgery, Cosmetic ......... 9.5.1 [add or under 4.5]

Surgery, Fetal................ 9.5.8; 9.5.5 (18.5.4)

Surgery, Ghost ............................ 9.8

Surgery, Innovative/Experimental . . . . . . . . 18.1 (18.6)

Surgery, Sex Reassignment ...................10

Surgical Ethics ...........................9.5.1

Surgical Procedures, Patenting . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.3; 9.1

Surrogate Mothers ........................ 14.2

Synthetic Biology ......................... 15.1

Syphilis ..............................9.5.1; 10

Systems Biology.......................... 15.1

Systems, Medical Care ..................... 7.1

T.A.C.P., In re (1992) .......... 20.5.2; 20.2.1; 19.5

Tarasoff v. Regents of the University of California

 

 

(1976) ....................... 8.4; 17.2; 4.3

Tay Sachs Disease .................. 9.5.1; 15.1

 

 

T.D. v. New York State Office of Mental Health

(1997) .....................17.4; 8.3.3; 18.4

Teaching Methods ......................... 2.3

Technologies, Reproductive, General . . . . . . . . . 14.1

Technology and Society, General ............. 5.1

Technology Assessment .................... 5.2

Technology, Social Control of................. 5.3

Technology Transfer ....................... 5.3

Teenagers, Health Care for .................9.5.7

Telemedicine ....................... 1.3.12; 9.1

Televised Executions ................. 1.3.7; 20.6

Television Ethics .........................1.3.7

Television, Behavioral Effects of . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.4

Terminal Sedation . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.4.1, 9.7 (20.5.1)

Terminally Ill, Care of the ..................20.4.1

 

 

Terminally Ill Persons, Research on . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.7

Terrorism ................ 21.1 (1.3.5 or 1.3.6; 21.2)

Testimony, Medical Expert ................ 7.3; 1.3.5

Testimony, Scientific Expert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1; 1.3.5

Testing Kits ................................. 9.7

Tests, Paternity........................ 14.1; 15.1

Textbooks, Bioethics ......................... 2.3

Thalassemia ..........................9.5.1; 15.1

Therapeutic Abortion ........................12.1

Therapeutic Cloning ...................14.5; 18.5.4

Therapeutic Justice ....................17.1; 1.3.5

Therapeutic Research, General ................18.1

Third Party Consent ........................ 8.3.3

Tissue Banks for Transplantation............... 19.5

Tissue Banks, Genetic Research . . . . . . . . . . 15.1; 19.5

Tissue Donation ............................19.5

Tissue Donation, Genetic Research . . . . . . . . 15.1; 19.5

Tissue Engineering..................... 19.1; 15.1

Tissue Procurement .........................19.5

Tissue Research, Genetic ............... 15.1; 19.5

Tissue Research (human) ....................18.1

Tissue, Transplantation of Fetal . . . . 19.5; 18.5.4 (12.1)

Tissues, Allocation of ........................19.6

Tissues, Artificial and Transplanted, General . . . . . 19.1

Tobacco Use ............................. 9.5.9

Tort Reform ................................8.5

Torture ...................................21.4

Tourism, Medical . . . . . . . . 21.1; 9.1; 9.3.1 (9.5.1; 19.1)

Toxic Waste ...............................16.1

Trafficking of Organs ........................19.5

Transfusion, Blood .......................... 19.4

Transfusion Refusal on Religious

 

Grounds ..................... 8.3.4; 19.4; 1.2

Transgender ................................ 10

Transgenic Animals . . . . . . . 15.1; 22.2 or 22.3 (1.3.11)

Transgenic Plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.1; 1.3.11; (15.7)

Transgenic Plants for Vaccines . 15.1; 1.3.11; 9.7 (15.7)

Transplantation, Bone Marrow .................19.1

Transplantation, Commercial Aspects . . . . . . 19.1; 9.3.1

Transplantation, Corneal ..................... 19.1

Transplantation, Fetal Tissue . . . . . . 19.5; 18.5.4 (12.1)

Transplantation, Heart ....................... 19.2

Transplantation, Kidney ...................... 19.3

Transplantation, Liver ........................19.1

Transplantation, Lung ........................ 19.1

Transplantation, Pancreatic ................... 19.1

Transplanted Organs, General................. 19.1

Transplanted Tissues, General ................19.1

Transsexualism ............................. 10

Transsexuality .............................. 10

Treatment, Health Professional's Right to Refuse

 

to Give .................................8.1

Treatment of Pregnant Women ............... 9.5.5

Treatment Outcomes ................ 9.8 (9.4; 4.4)

Treatment to AIDS Patients, Health Professional's Right

 

to Refuse to Give ...................9.5.6; 8.1

Treatment, Minors and Consent To . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.3.2

 

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Bioethics Research Library Alphabetical Classification List

 

Treatment Refusal ........................8.3.4

Treatment Refusal by Jehovah's Witness . . 8.3.4; 1.2

Treatment Refusal by/for Minors . . . . . . . . 8.3.4; 8.3.2

Treatment Refusal by/for Minors, Jehovah's

 

Witness .................... 8.3.4; 8.3.2; 1.2

Treatment Refusal by/for Minors on Religious

 

Grounds ................... 8.3.4; 8.3.2; 1.2

Treatment Refusal by Health Care

 

Workers ............................8.3.4

Treatment Refusal of Blood Products, Jehovah's

 

Witness, ....................8.3.4; 19.4; 1.2

Treatment Refusal on Religious Grounds . . 8.3.4; 1.2

Treatment, Right of the Institutionalized to . . . . . . 17.8

Treatment, Right to Refuse .................8.3.4

Treatment, Right to Refuse Psychiatric . . . 17.8; 8.3.4

Treatment, Withholding ...................20.5.1

Triage ................................... 9.4

Trial Design, Randomized .................. 18.2

Trials, Clinical Guidelines ................... 18.2

Truth Disclosure ........................... 8.2

Truth-Telling .............................. 8.2

Tuberculosis .............................9.5.1

Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro

 

Male ....................18.5.1; 2.2; 18.3; 10

Tuskegee Syphilis Experiments . . 18.5.1; 2.2; 18.3; 10

UAGA (Uniform Anatomical Gift Act) .......... 19.5

Ulysses Contracts . . . . 17.1; 8.3.3; 8.3.4; (17.4; 17.7)

Unconventional Therapies ..................4.1.1

Undocumented Aliens, Health Care for . . . . . . . . 9.5.1

UNESCO Universal Declaration on Bioethics and

 

Health Rights ....................2.1, 6, 21.1

Uniform Anatomical Gift Act (UAGA) .......... 19.5

Uninsured ...............................9.3.1

Unions for Healthcare Personnel .............. 7.1

Unit 731 ............... 18.5.8; 18.5.9; 21.3; 21.2

Unitarian Universalist ....................... 1.2

United States Public Health Service Study of

 

 

Syphilis at Tuskegee . . . . . . . 18.5.1; 2.2; 18.3; 10

Unnecessary Medical Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.8

Unusual Therapy, Consent to . . . . . . . . . . . 8.3.1; 18.3

Vaccines ................................. 9.7

Vaccinations ......................... 9.7; 9.5.1

Value of Medicine .........................4.1.2

Values, Social ............................1.3.1

Values, Science and........................ 5.1

Vegetarianism ........................22.1; 1.1

Vegetative State .........................20.5.1

Venereal Diseases .....................9.5.1; 10

Veterinary Ethics .................... 4.1.1; 22.1

Violence ................................. 9.1

Violence, Genetic Aspects ...............15.6; 9.1

 

 

Violence Research ..........................18.4

Virtue Ethics ................................1.1

Vivisection ................................22.2

Voluntary Commitment ....................... 17.7

Voluntary Euthanasia ...................... 20.5.1

Voluntary Sterilization ........................11.3

Vulnerable Populations, Health Care for . . . . . . . . 9.5.1

Vulnerable Populations, Research on . . . . . . . . . 18.5.1

War ...................................... 21.2

War, Medical Groups Against ............. 21.2; 7.1

War, Nuclear ......................... 21.2; 16.2

Warfare, Weather...................... 21.2; 16.1

Warn, Duty to ............................... 8.4

Warn, Duty to & AIDS .................... 9.5.6; 8.4

Warn, Duty to, in Psychiatry ............8.4; 4.3; 17.2

Warnock Report (Great Britain) ..........14.1; 18.5.4

Washington v. Glucksberg (see Compassion in Dying)

Weapons, Biological......................... 21.3

Weapons, Chemical ......................... 21.3

Weapons, Nuclear ..................... 21.2; 16.2

Weather Warfare ...................... 21.2; 16.1

Wedge Argument ............................1.1

Welfare, Animal ............................ 22.1

Whistle-blowing in Business.................. 1.3.2

Whistle-blowing in Government . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3.5

Whistle-blowing in Medicine ................ 7.3; 9.8

Whistle-blowing in Science................... 1.3.9

Wills, Psychiatric . . . . . . 17.1; 8.3.3; 8.3.4; (17.4; 17.7)

Withdrawing Treatment .................... 20.5.1

Withholding Treatment..................... 20.5.1

Woman, Legal Interests in Abortion . . . . . . . . . . . 12.4.2

Womb, Artificial ....................... 14.1; 19.1

Women, Health Care Programs for ............ 9.5.5

Women in Medicine .......................7.1; 10

Women in Science ...........................5.1

Women, Research on ..................... 18.5.3

Women, Research on Pregnant . . . . . . . 18.5.3 (18.5.4)

World Hunger ..............................13.1

Wrongful Birth .............................11.4

Wrongful Death of Fetus ................... 12.4.2

Wrongful Life . . . . . . . . . . . 15.2 (or 9.5.8 if not genetic)

Xenografting .......................... 19.1; 22.2

Xenotransplantation .................... 19.1; 22.2

XYY Chromosomal Disorder .................. 15.6

York v. Jones (1989) .................... 14.6; 8.1

Zidovine (AZT - AIDS drug) ...............9.7; 9.5.6

ZIFT (zygote intrafallopian transfer) ............. 14.4

Zoo Animals ...............................22.1

ZPG (zero population growth) .................13.2

Zygote, Human Experimentation on . . . . . . . . . . . 18.5.4

 

 

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