Volume 6, Issue 2 (2010)
Health Care Ethics: An Anathema to Holiday Cheer?
As we prepare for the holiday cheer soon to permeate most sectors of society worldwide, readers are reminded to remember Dachau, described by Gunn and Gunn as the unforgettable. Authors caution that it is only in remembering the past that we protect the future. Read more...
Health Care Ethics an Anathema to Holiday Cheer?
Sheila P. Davis
A Study on Legal and Ethical Issues Surrounding Health Practitioner Pro Bono Services
Lori Khan MS, CLT, DPT
Dachau—Remembering the Unforgettable
Jennie Gunn Ph.D., FNP and Carroll Gunn M.A.
Domestic Violence: Not my Job, Not my Problem
John Chapin, Grace Coleman, and Erin Varner
Informed Consent: Elective Abortion
Kaye Wilson-Anderson DSN, MSN
Less Talk; More Action: SBAR as an Interactive Approach for Ethical Decision- Making
Francine Mancuso Parker EdD, RN, CNE and Libba Reed McMillan PhD, RN
Organ Donation Ethics: Are Donors Autonomous within Collective Networks?
Michele Battle-Fisher MPH, MA
Preventing Preventative Health
Clare Stride BSc