Volume 7, Issue 1 (2011)
Health Care Ethics
Ethical issues surrounding the beginning of life continue to headline ethical discussions and debates internationally. From the vantage point of a certified nurse midwife, Corsaro's article, "Patient Requested Induction of Labor: Examining an Ethical Dilemma," explores the ethics associated with a patient requested induction of labor for convenience sake. Who speaks for the fetus? Applying ethical theory, Corsaro, shares a clinical decision pathway designed to enable practitioners to derive a viable solution. Read more...
Attitudes of Greek Health Care Professionals on Human Cloning
Katsimigas George RN, Ph.D.; Kaba Evridiki RN, Ph.D.; Pantelidou Maria Ph.D.; Bellou –Mylona Panagiota RN, Ph.D.; and Spiliopoulou Hara MD, Ph.D.
Ethical Issues in Scientific Research in Developing Countries
Abhinav Singh BDS, MDS, Ph.D. and Bharathi Purohit MDS, Ph.D.
Patient Requested Induction of Labor – Examining an Ethical Dilemma
Maria Rita Corsaro CNM, MPH