Ethical dilemmas in emergency medicine [E-Book] / [edited by] Catherine Marco, Wright State University Department of Emergency Medicine, Raquel Schears, Mayo Clinic Department of Emergency Medicine.
Marco, Catherine A., (editor)
Schears, Raquel, (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015
1 online resource (xxix, 411 pages)
Cambridge medicine
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Table of Contents:
  • Principles of medical ethics / Kenneth V. Iserson
  • Law and ethics / Arthur R. Derse
  • Triage of emergency patients / Joel M. Geiderman
  • Privacy, confidentiality, and public health reporting / Joy Hardison
  • Social media and electronic communications / Diane Gorgas, Jillian McGrath, Lydia Sahlani
  • Multiculturalism and "cultural competency" / Kelly Bookman
  • Informed consent / Leslie R. Vojta, James E. Brown
  • Against medical advice, refusal of care, and informed consent / Jeremy R. Simon
  • Care of minors / Sarah C. Cavallaro, Jill M. Baren
  • The difficult patient / Jay M. Brenner, Javad T. Hashmi
  • Law enforcement in the emergency department / Eileen F. Baker
  • Research ethics / Lauren M. Sauer, Richard E. Rothman
  • Conflicts of interest / Erika Newton, Adam J Singer
  • Medical errors and patient safety / John C. Moskop
  • Expert witness testimony / Robert C. Solomon
  • Values and responsibilities in professional practice / Gregory L. Henry, Kartik Rao
  • The ethics of disasters / Paul P. Rega
  • Stewardship of health care resources / Shellie Asher
  • Education in emergency medicine / Walter Limehouse, Catherine A. Marco
  • Suicide attempts / Jennifer Nelson, Arvind Venkat
  • Geriatric emergency medicine / V. Ramana Feeser
  • Palliative medicine / Tammie E. Quest
  • End of life care / Monica Williams-Murphy.