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5 edition of Ethical Dilemmas in Cancer Care found in the catalog.

Ethical Dilemmas in Cancer Care

by Basil A. Stoll

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  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Macmillan Pub Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical ethics,
  • Oncology,
  • Europe,
  • USA,
  • Cancer (Psychosocial Aspects),
  • Health/Fitness

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10548694M
    ISBN 100333487346
    ISBN 109780333487341

    Ethical issues in cancer patient care. what patients tell us / Susan Hedlund --Addressing the spiritual needs of patients / Christina M. Puchalski --Pediatric cancer care: special issues in ethical decision making / Sarah Zieber and Sarah "The contributors to this book deal with a variety of ethical issues . Friebert S.E., Kodish E.D. () Kids and Cancer: Ethical Issues in Treating the Pediatric Oncology Patient. In: Angelos P. (eds) Ethical Issues in Cancer Patient Care. Cancer Treatment and Cited by: 5.

      One complexity that has been identified as particularly important––and clearly relevant in the care of advanced cancer patients––is a nurse's ability to recognize and manage the ethical. To address the challenging ethical dilemmas created from the participation of advanced cancer patients in phase I trials, we assessed the feasibility of a clinical trial design that uses an Author: Stacey L Berg.

      Conclusion: for the effective confrontation of the ethical problems experienced by oncology nurses to occur, it is important to invest in the training of these professionals, preparing them in an ethical and human way to act as lawyers of the patient with cancer, in a context of dilemmas . "Baby Doe" and religious freedom struggles are two contemporary dilemmas. AIDS will set legal and ethical precedents. The outcome of these arguments will undoubtedly affect the care of the child with cancer. REFERENCES 1. Jonsen AR: The ethics Cited by: 7.


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Ethical Dilemmas in Cancer Care by Basil A. Stoll Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ethical Dilemmas at the End of Life | ONS Voice. Ethical Issues in Cancer Patient Care, Second Edition will have direct importance for practicing physicians, nurses and others caring for cancer patients.

In addition, medical students, medical educators and ethicists will find this book of interest. Series Editor's comments: "Ethical issues remain a critical component of cancer : Hardcover.

However, few have focused on ethical issues specific to the care of cancer patients. This book brings together such a focused examination. The contributors are experienced clinicians, ethicists, medical humanists, and medical educators.

The issues raised have direct relevance to the care of oncology patients in treatment Format: Hardcover. Ethical Issues in Cancer Patient Care, Second Edition will have direct importance for practicing physicians, nurses and others caring for cancer patients.

In addition, medical students, medical educators and ethicists will find this book of interest. Series Editor's comments: "Ethical issues remain a critical component of cancer care.

This book addresses a variety of ethical issues that arise in the care of oncology patients. Many volumes have been written on medical ethics in the past 30 years. However, few have focused on ethical issues specific to the care of cancer patients.

This book. This second edition addresses a variety of ethical issues that arise in the care of oncology patients. Many volumes have been written on medical ethics in the past 30 years. However, few have focused on ethical issues specific to the care of cancer patients.

This book. This updated edition addresses a variety of ethical issues that arise in the care of oncology patients. Many volumes have been written on medical ethics in the past 30 years.

However, few have focused on ethical issues specific to the care of cancer patients. This book. Ethical Dilemmas in Cancer Care.

Editors (view affiliations) Basil A. Stoll; The Nurse’s Viewpoint on Ethics. Pat Webb. Pages Persuasion or Paternalism in Cancer Prevention. Pages Back Matter. Pages PDF. About this book. Keywords. cancer care ethical. Ethical Challenges in Oncology: Patient Care, Research, Education, and Economics covers a wide variety of topics and viewpoints about ethical issues that arise in oncology throughout the full cancer care continuum.

This book provides a holistic view on oncology ethics, incorporating the knowledge and expertise of authors from various departments and oncology specialties within the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Ethical issues at the interface of clinical care and research practice in pediatric oncology: a narrative review of parents' and physicians' experiences Martine C de Vries, 1, 2 Mirjam.

In cancer care, we believe in a model of shared decision making. 1 This is particularly true in the management of early-stage breast cancer, which can involve difficult decisions regarding surgical approach and adjuvant therapy. Patient preferences weigh heavily in determining the ultimate course of care Cited by: 5.

Abstract. Nineteen speakers at the International Conference on Supportive Care--More than Medicine, which was cosponsored by WHO and held in Château Montebello, Quebec, Canada, Julypresented short introductory lectures and led the Ethics Working Group's discussions on the following ethical issues relating to cancer research and the treatment of cancer Cited by: 5.

Ethical dilemmas in cancer care. [Basil A Stoll;] This book looks at the different dilemmas forced on government and health professionals by the increasing use of technology in medical care, # Cancer--Treatment--Moral and ethical.

Ethical Challenges in Oncology: Patient Care, Research, Education, and Economics covers a wide variety of topics and viewpoints about ethical issues that arise in oncology throughout the full cancer care continuum.

This book provides a holistic view on oncology ethics, incorporating the knowledge and expertise of authors from various departments and oncology specialties within the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer : Colleen Gallagher.

Nurses are faced with ethical dilemmas every day: situations where no “right” answer is clear. This is especially common during end-of-life (EOL) care, where patients and caregivers may experience.

Ethical Challenges in Oncology: Patient Care, Research, Education, and Economics covers a wide variety of topics and viewpoints about ethical issues that arise in oncology throughout the full cancer care continuum.

This book provides a holistic view on oncology ethics. The book’s popularity has made it common reading material in high schools and book clubs throughout the country. This is a good thing, because it starts the discussion about ethical considerations and genetic testing.

My practice involves educating and counseling patients about genetic risks for developing cancer. clinician–patient communication about cancer therapy: ethical issues Dr.

Neil Wenger of the University of California at Los Angeles described his understanding of value in cancer care as “the net benefit of the treatment in terms of the goals of the patient, accounting for the negative effects of the treatment across all patients and considering the cost of the treatment.

The objective of this round table session is to discuss in depth an important ethical dilemma: the Informed Consent. “Informed Consent is a voluntary, uncoerced decision, made by a competent or Author: C. Arrigo.

In fact, Chapter 1, Ethics and Organizational Identity in a Cancer Care Setting, of this book provides an overview of ethical principles and other chapters address those specific various types of situations in which ethical conflict may occur.

Because the survivorship experience encompasses the entire trajectory of a person’s cancer Author: Maria Alma Rodriguez, Paula Lewis-Patterson, Guadalupe R. Palos. Vol 5, No 2 SEMINARS IN Oncology Nursing May Introduction: Ethical Issues in the Daily Practice of Cancer Nursing ETHICAL ISSUES permeate every facet of cancer nursing care.

It is the oncology nurse who most often identifies and confronts ethical problems in the ongoing care of the patient with by: 1.IReview Article Singapore Med J ; 53(1) 11 Ethical dilemmas in the care of cancer patients near the end of life Ong WY1, MBBS, M Med, Yee CM2, MBBS, MRCP, Lee A1,2, MBBS, FRCP ABSTRACT By definition, an ethical File Size: KB.Palliative cancer treatment is a system of care that seeks to relieve suffering in patients with progressive cancer.

Given the intractable symptoms with which certain malignancies manifest, palliative care offers a practical approach towards improving the patient’s quality of life.

However, there are an array of ethical issues associated with this treatment strategy such as particular methods of pain relief, a reliable assessment of suffering, autonomy, and multi-specialist care.