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The Journal of Clinical Ethics, Volume 32, Number 3, Fall 2021

 

AT THE BEDSIDE

Can Careproviders Still Bond with Patients after They Are Turned Down for a Treatment They Need?

Edmund G. Howe

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FEATURES

Pediatric Intensivist and Pediatric Neurologist Perspectives and Practices on Death by Neurologic Criteria

Leslie Mataya, Lainie Friedman Ross, Ahmeneh Ghavam, and Erin Talati Paquette

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The Ethics of Elective Growth Hormone Therapy in Children with Idiopathic Short Stature

Kevin Leslie Kecskemeti and Samuel Reis-Dennis

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DENTAL ETHICS

What Is Best for the Child? Pediatric Dental Care during COVID-19

Priyanshi Ritwik, Kimberly K. Patterson, and Elsa Alfonzo-Echeverri

ABSTRACT | FULL TEXT

 

Learning about Professional Ethics from Inter-Professional Dialogue

David T. Ozar      

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COVID-19

Sequential Organ Failure Assessment Score Grouping Should Not Be the Primary Determinant of Allocation of Ventilators During a Pandemic

Neal P. Christiansen

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CASE AND ANALYSIS

Withholding the Heimlich Maneuver: Ethical Considerations

Laura Madigan-McCown

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CLINICAL ETHICS CONSULTATION

Ethics Consultation in United States Hospitals: Assessment of Training Needs

Ellen Fox, Anita J. Tarzian, Marion Danis, and Christopher C. Duke

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PERSPECTIVES

Facial Transplantation: An Ethical Debate

Simra Azher

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Non-Roman Catholic Physicians Should Be Permitted to Write Prescriptions for Birth Control in Roman Catholic Institutions

Abram L. Brummett and Eric J. James

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Addressing Individual Ophthalmic Health in Public Health Research

Hassan Hashemi, Soheila Asgari, Shiva Mehravaran, Mohammad Hassan Emamian, and

Akbar Fotouhi

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Can Careproviders Still Bond with Patients after They Are Turned Down for a Treatment They Need?

Edmund G. Howe

 

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