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Community Ethics

The Newsletter of the Consortium Ethics Program

 

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Volume 9, Number 1 (Winter 2004)

A Note of Thanks from the CEP Director / Mrs. Tetley Wants to Go Home / The Greenville Community Medical Ethics Project / The Community Medical Ethics Education Project as a Learning Experience / Ethics and Non-Acute Settings / The Ethics Corner

Volume 8, Number 1 (Spring 2002)

Special Supplement: The Intimacy of Dying

CEP Focus on End-of-Life Care: Directors Column / Thwarting Assisted Suicide Threatens Palliative Care / No Means No!: Reinforcing the Right to Refuse Medical Treatment / The Role of Spirituality and Religion in the Process of Dying / True Gift / Finding a Language, Creating a Space / Dying Young: Cues from the Courts

Volume 7, Number 1 (Fall 2000)

Special Supplement: Adolescence, Medicine, Ethics and the Law / Adolescence, Medicine, and the Law: Dangerous Liaisons / Moral Reflections on Adolescent Decision Making

CEP News / Director’s Column / Farewell to Mark Aulisio / Words from Our Sponsors / Ninth Annual Current Controversies in Medical Ethics Conference / Eighth Annual Conference on Medical Ethics and Religion / Ethical Issues in Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology.

Volume 6, Number 2 (Winter/Spring 2000)

CEP News Edition / From the Directors… / The CEP: A Diverse Moral Community / Keeping Busy / Ethical Issues in Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology / Ninth Annual Controversies in Medical Ethics Conference / Eighth Annual Duquesne Conference on Medical Ethics and Religion / CEP Takes on a New Challenge: System-Wide Ethics / And Now a Word from Our Sponsors 

Volume 6, Number 1 (Fall 1999)

Ethical Issues in Post-Acute Settings / Ethical Issues in Rehabilitation / Ethical Issues in Long Term Care / Ethical Challenges in the Home Setting / Protecting Patient Confidentiality in the Home / Is the Consortium Ethics Program a Moral Community? / And Now a Word from Our Sponsors

Volume 5, Number 1 (Winter 1999)

The Return of the Newsletter / Allow Me to Introduce Myself… / LHAS Supports JAA from Bedside Ethics Program / Do You Know Where Your AIDS Manual Is? / Current Controversies Conference / Core Competencies for Health Care Ethics Consultation / Happenings in Ethics / And Now a Word from Our Sponsors

Volume 4, Number 2 (Spring 1997)

All CEP News / Poetry in Health Care / Ethics and Social Work / Sterilization of the Incapacitated Person / A Farewell from Mark Kuczewski / Truly Useful Literature: Tying it All Together

Volume 4, Number 1 (Winter 1997)

Theory and Practice: Brain-Death, Nursing Ethics / CEP & YSU Sponsoring Spring 1998 SHHV Meeting / Abolishing “Brain-Death” / Brain-Death and the Optimistic Family / Truly Useful Literature: Brain-Death Dilemmas / Survival on the Ethics Committee: A Nurse’s Guide

Volume 3, Number 4 (Fall 1996)

Spreading Ethics Awareness / Ethics Roundtable: Do Nurses Participate in Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide? / Butler Hospital Pioneers “Ethics Week” / HCWP Ethics Committee: Renewing and Revitalizing a Legacy of Service / A Preview of the CEP’s 1996-97 Line-up

Volume 3, Number 3 (Summer 1996)

Special Issue: Rehabilitation Ethics / Giles Scofield Visits the CEP / SHHV Rehab Ethics Group / Who’s the Patient: A Case Study & Commentary / Rehab Ethics “On the Prowl” / Is Rehabilitation Ethics So Different? / Truly Useful Literature: Rehab Ethics

Volume 3, Number 2 (Spring 1996)

HCFA’s “Final Rule” on Advance Directives / Shadyside Hospital: Ethics in Evolution / Ethics, AIDS, and the CEP / The JCAHO Ethics Interview / Electronic Roundtable: Brain-Death Dilemmas / Truly Useful Literature: Informed Consent

Volume 3, Number 1 (Winter 1995)

Developing and Implementing a Medical Futility Policy / Futility and Its Uses / Truly Useful Literature: Medical Futility / CEP Retreat Highlight: Managed Care

Volume 2, Number 4 (Fall 1995)

The New, Anxiety-Producing Ethics Interview: One Hospital’s Experience with the 1994 JCAHO Survey / A Life-Context for Developing End-of-Life Decisions / A University Hospital Palliative Care Service / If the Policy Fits, Snare It! If the Policy Fits, Declare It! The Eight-Fold Path to Reviewing Policies / Sandy Janaszek Named Woman of the Year / Ethics Online

Volume 2, Number 3 (Summer 1995)

CEP Addresses Ethical Issues in AIDS Crisis / Electronic Roundtable / Truly Useful Literature / Reflections on ‘Death With Dignity Act’ / Death With Dignity in Western Pennsylvania

Volume 2, Number 2 (Spring 1995)

Founding and Operating an Ethics Committee / Ethics Roundtable: Forming, Running, and Revitalizing an Ethics Committee / Truly Useful Literature

Volume 2, Number 1

Special Issue: Medical Ethics and Religion / The Limitations of Secular Medical Ethics / Three Views of the Hospital Chaplain: What’s My Line?, The Catholic Chaplain in a Catholic Hospital, Religion and Spirituality in Modern Medical Practice / Article Preview: “It Ain’t Necessarily So” / CEP Addresses Ethical Issues in Long-Term Care

Volume 1, Number 3

Long-Term Care and the Law: Forbes’ Experience / Ethics Roundtable: Guardianship Problems and the Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment / Palliative Care: Make it Aggressive / Truly Useful Literature / HIV Screening during Pregnancy

Volume 1, Number 2

Ethics Roundtable: Guardianship Problems and the Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment / CEP Programming Confronts Problems in Patient Transfer / Center for Medical Ethics Faculty Participate in SHHV Conference / Truly Useful Literature / CEP Addresses Ethical Issues Related to AIDS/HIV

 

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