1 edition of The Ethics of Screening in Health Care and Medicine found in the catalog.
The Ethics of Screening in Health Care and Medicine
|Statement||by Niklas Juth, Christian Munthe|
|Series||International Library of Ethics, Law, and the New Medicine -- 51|
|Contributions||Munthe, Christian, SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|ISBN 10||9789400720442, 9789400720459|
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The Ethics of Screening in Health Care and Medicine is practical philosophy at its best: scientifically well informed, balanced, carefully argued and highly relevant for the practice of medicine and health care.” (Pekka Louhiala, Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, February, ).
“The book that came into being is the first comprehensive work on the ethical issues related to screening in medicine. The Ethics of Screening in Health Care and Medicine is practical philosophy at its best: scientifically well informed, balanced, carefully argued and highly relevant for the practice of medicine and health care.” Cited by: These questions are addressed by applying philosophical methods of conceptual analysis, as well as models and theories from moral and political philosophy, medical ethics, and public health ethics, to a large number of ongoing and proposed screening programs which makes this book the first comprehensive work.
"The book that came into being is the first comprehensive work on the ethical issues related to screening in medicine. The Ethics of Screening in Health Care and Medicine is practical philosophy at its best: scientifically well informed, balanced, carefully argued and highly relevant for the practice of medicine and health care." (Pekka Louhiala, Medicine, Health Care and Book Edition: Ed.
These questions are addressed by applying philosophical methods of conceptual analysis, as well as models and theories from moral and political philosophy, medical ethics, and public health ethics, to a large number of ongoing and proposed screening programs which makes this book the first comprehensive work on the ethics of : Springer Netherlands.
This book involves an in-depth analysis of the ethical, political and philosophical issues related to health-oriented screening programs. It explores the considerations that arise when heath care interacts with other societal institutions on a large scale, as is the case with screening: What values.
Medical screening programmes are amongst the most debated aspects of health care practices in medical ethics as well as health policy discussions. REVIEWS: In Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy: ABSTRACT Medical or health-oriented screening programs are.
A proper consideration of the potential benefit and harm arising from screening may lead to the conclusion that the programme should not be offered. A modified utilitarian approach may be used for allocation of scarce resources in health care.
Ethics has an important role in this by: The paper and editorial on health checks highlight crucial ethical issues.1 2 It is not just the lack of benefit or the The Ethics of Screening in Health Care and Medicine book to patients—who are frightened by their “high risk” and will never think of themselves as healthy again.
It is the waste of resources as governments encourage, and sometimes pay, clinicians to screen healthy patients for cardiovascular risk, Cited by: 5.
Key words: Autonomy, consent, equity of access, ethics, screening, utility. Received 2 June, revised 16 July, accepted 26 July INTRODUCTION In healthcare, screening is undertaken to identify those at increased risk of a medical condition or conditions with the aim to intervene to reduce or prevent morbidity from that by: 5.
Beauchamp and Childress () set out one of the most widely used frameworks in medical ethics. It consists of four principles, namely beneficence, non- maleficence, justice and autonomy.
Screening programmes have the potential to violate each of these. In the worst case scenario a false negative test result can lead to preventable death.
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