Guide to the "Select Issues in Biomedical Ethics" [videorecording] V0193

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Title: "Select Issues in Biomedical Ethics" [videorecording]
Identifier/Call Number: V0193
Contributing Institution: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 10.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Date: 1998
Summary: Telecourse taught by Ernle Young, professor of medicine at the Stanford Medical School, and Simon Whitney, a Fellow at the Center for Biomedical Ethics; subjects include genetics and the Human Genome Project, emergency medicine, physician-assisted suicide, managed care, and organ transplantation. Guest speakers include Henry Greeley, Bruce Feldstein, Fred Marcus, David Spiegel, and Alain Enthoven.
creator: Stanford Channel (Television station : Stanford, Calif.)

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Administrative transfer, 1999.

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Description of the Collection

Telecourse taught by Ernle Young, professor of medicine at the Stanford Medical School, and Simon Whitney, a Fellow at the Center for Biomedical Ethics; subjects include genetics and the Human Genome Project, emergency medicine, physician-assisted suicide, managed care, and organ transplantation. Guest speakers include Henry Greeley, Bruce Feldstein, Fred Marcus, David Spiegel, and Alain Enthoven.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Enthoven, Alain C., 1930-
Enthoven, Alain C.,, 1930-
Feldstein, Bruce.
Feldstein, Bruce.
Greeley, Henry.
Greeley, Henry.
Human Genome Project--Moral and ethical aspects.
Human Genome Project. -- General subdivision--Moral and ethical aspects.;
Marcus, Fred.
Marcus, Fred.
Spiegel, David, 1945-
Stanford Channel (Television station : Stanford, Calif.)
Whitney, Simon.
Whitney, Simon.
Young, Ernle W. D.
Young, Ernlé W. D.
Assisted suicide--Moral and ethical aspects.
Emergency medicine--Moral and ethical aspects.
Managed care plans (Medical care)--Moral and ethical aspects.
Medical ethics.
Videorecordings.

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Videos

Box 1

Principles of Medical Ethics and the Duties Deriving from Them V193.1 March 1998

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Ethical Issues in Genetics and the Human Genome Project V193.2 1998 Apr

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Ethical Issues in Genetics and the Human Genome Project, Henry Greely V193.3 1998 Apr

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Emergency Ethics in Medicine V193.4 1998 Apr

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Ethics in Emergency Medicine, Bruce Feldstein V193.5 1998 Apr

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Physician-Assisted Suicide: Ethical Issues V193.6 1998 May

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Physician-Assisted Suicide V193.7A 1998 May

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Physician-Assisted Suicide, Fred Marcus and David Spiegel V193.7B 1998 May

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Managed Care: Ethical Issues, Alain Enthoven V193.8 1998 May

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Ethical Issues in Organ Transplantation and Course Review V193.9 1998 May