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Date
1972 November 10
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press Release
Date
1972 November 10
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press Release
Text
Toronto hospitals are performing abortions "without restriction," according to a prominent official of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Rev. Arthur Brown, rector of a large Toronto parish and a member of the National Executive Council of General Synod made the charge in connection with deliberations on a forthcoming report by a Task Force on Human Life.
The report is not expected to be completed until the end of 1973 and Father Brown said he and other pastors are impatiently awaiting it for guidance on new and complex moral situations.
He told bishops and other delegates from across Canada to the executive council that "all kinds of girls are going through our hospitals in metropolitan Toronto being aborted of pregnancies." His information, he said, comes from nurses and other hospital staff.
Father Brown claimed that staffs in some Toronto hospitals are aborting without restriction "under the guise of it being good for the total health of the mother."
Five years ago, he said, one Toronto hospital listed 28 abortions. Last year, the number was over 300, "ten times as many, or more."
He said "doctors are compromised by the destruction of human life" in this abortion situation. On becoming doctors, he said, they swear an oath to preserve life but due to the present situation "they are placed in a major compromised situation."
Father Brown said nursing staffs are upset over having to clean up after induced miscarriages and they come to him for guidance.
Archbishop E.W. Scott, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada expressed deep sympathy towards the position described by Father Brown but said the task force's report will take another year due to the complexities of the issues involved.
"It's becoming obvious that people are feeling a need for help in making decisions in these areas," Archbishop Scott said.
"Each case has to be evaluated in terms of the health of the mother and the possible health of the child, and not only on the question of the sanctity of life but also in the area of the quality of life."
Archbishop Scott emphasized that hospital boards deciding abortion cases should include persons representing moral issues as well as medical issues.
Besides abortion, the task force is studying the whole concept of when life begins and ends in relation to euthanasia, transplants, biological engineering and the vast implications of discoveries in biochemistry. Archbishop Scott said the study has become increasingly complex as it delves into the legal, medical, moral and social aspects of life. The task force is composed of lawyers, doctors, research scientists, housewives, social workers, theologians and others. It is also consulting with similarly concerned groups in the United States, Britain and other parts of the world.
A progress report will be presented to the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada at its biennial meeting next May in Regina.
- 30 -
For further information, contact:
Michael O'Meara
Director, Communications Division
924-9192 (Business)
742-8327 (Residence)
Subjects
Abortion - Canada
Abortion - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada. Task Force on Human Life
Bioethics - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Medical ethics - Canada
Chaplains, Hospital - Anglican Church of Canada
Brown, Arthur D. (Arthur Durrant), 1926-2011
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Anglican Church affirms its position on abortion

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official7233
Date
1989 November 3
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press release
Date
1989 November 3
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press release
Text
NEWS RELEASE
Friday November 3, 1989
12:00 noon [Toronto, Ont.]
In the light of the Government's announcement of a new Abortion Bill, the Anglican Church reaffirms its position that both the rights and needs of women, and the rights and needs of the unborn, require protection.
The Church welcomes a non-gestational approach. This accords with the Church's opposition to any arbitrary division which would make early abortion available on demand. The Church's fundamental position is that "abortion is always the taking of human life and, in our view, should never be done except for serious therapeutic reasons". However, the Church's Abortion report affirms that:
-an upper limit should be established at which "there is no reasonable prospect of viability"
- there should be a waiting period during which time counselling to women should be made available
- other alternatives to abortion explored including "social and financial supports to meet the needs of the woman, in housing accommodation, child care, employment, retraining, welfare benefits, and income support, as well as consideration of adoption of the baby expected."
The Church further affirms that there should be a conscience clause, so that "the conscientious right of health care personnel to refrain from participating in abortion procedures be guaranteed."
The Church also is "opposed in principle" to "anticipated genetic defect in the foetus as automatic grounds for abortion", because as Christians we are "called to be the voice of the voiceless and powerless (and) must speak out when those different from or less able than the norm are to be denied the full rights accorded their fellow humans".
The Church's Abortion Report also recommends legislation to "ban commercial transactions in human genetic material"; or any possibility of deliberate abortion for purposes of "foetal cell farming" for human transplants, and welcomes the recent announcement of a Royal Commission on reproductive techniques "as a vehicle to examine these concerns and develop legislative measures".
The Anglican Church sees abortion as a public justice issue, challenging Canadians to build a society that affirms human life, which values children and welcomes a new generation, and which provides legal and social protection for women caught in the trauma of problem pregnancies. Such extensive social legislation, to reduce conditions which make the choice of abortion more likely, would include:
- programs and education to combat violence against women
- more affordable housing
- pay equity for women
- a guaranteed annual income, and other financial measures
- universally accessible, publicly funded day care
- an intensified national program to collect child support payments from delinquent fathers
- better educational programs about sexuality and contraception in schools
The Church does not see abortion as simply a "woman's issue" but rather a community issue, which takes place on the battleground of women's bodies. Concerned that women are frequently forced to choose between marginalization and poverty or abortion, the Church believes that in many circumstances women are not "free" to choose to bear their children and so, because society fails to provide supportive structures, "abortion has become a means of `restructuring the woman' by emptying the womb". Many Canadian women who choose not to bear their child make their decision out of alienation and hopelessness. "True choice must involve alternatives to despair" the Report concludes.
Abortion In a New Perspective: Report of the Task Force on Abortion, is available from: The Anglican Book Centre, 600 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Ontario M4Y 2J6
For further information contact: The Reverend Michael Ingham, Principal Secretary to the Primate, 600 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Ontario, (416) 924-9192; Mrs. Diane Marshall (Family therapist, Report co-author) (416) 487-3613; Mrs. Phyllis Creighton (Research historian, Report co-author) (416) 978-2245
Subjects
Abortion - Law and legislation - Canada
Abortion - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Bioethics - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Disabled - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Sexual ethics - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Reproductive technology - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Human embryo - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Human reproductive technology - Law and legislation - Canada
Human reproductive technology - Moral and ethical aspects
Medical ethics - Canada
Women's rights - Canada
Birth control - Canada
Birth control - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Contraception - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Poor women - Canada
Poverty - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
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Anglican Church responds to abortion legislation

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official9060
Date
1989 November 10
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press release
Date
1989 November 10
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press release
Text
NEWS RELEASE
Friday November 10, 1989
1:00 pm [Toronto, Ont.]
The Anglican Church of Canada welcomes -- with some reservations -- the federal government's initiative in bringing forward legislation to regulate abortion in Canada. While there are important areas of concern which the Bill does not address, we would give cautious support to its provisions, as far as they go, and we express the hope that it will be open to amendment in the parliamentary process.
The Anglican Church is pleased the Bill is not based on a gestational approach, which devalues the unborn in the early stages of development. A non-gestational approach accords with the Church's opposition to any arbitrary division which would make early abortion available on demand. The Church's fundamental position is that "abortion is always the taking of a human life and, in our view, should never be done except for serious therapeutic reasons".
We think it right to try to establish a balance between the legitimate rights of women and the state's interest in the foetus.
We think it right to distinguish between contraception and abortion.
However, we question a number of matters in the legislation itself, and would raise some issues that are not included in the Bill; namely:
- we are dismayed that it includes criminal sanctions against women
- we question whether the measure will actually protect the foetus. The Bill allows its life to be taken if one physician agrees that a woman's physical, mental, or psychological health would be likely to be threatened if the pregnancy continues. The Anglican Church, in its resolutions, accepts abortion as a therapeutic measure where pregnancy endangers a woman's life or physical or mental health. But the language of "threat" provides not clear standard. Will a serious threat be required -- a balancing of rights -- or will a minor one do ? Neither the woman's rights not the foetal rights are clear.
- we would prefer the legislation to require a second and independent medical opinion
- we would prefer to see a mandatory waiting period during which counselling to women should be made available ensuring that alternatives to abortion can be explored, including social and financial supports to meet the needs of the woman, in housing accommodation, child care, employment, retraining, welfare benefits, and income support, as well as consideration of adoption of the baby expected.
- we regret there appears to be no provision for recording the reasons for which abortion is undertaken. How will legislators learn what needs to be done to remedy the conditions leading to abortion ?
- we regret there is no conscience clause protecting health care workers who do not wish to participate in abortion procedures
- we would prefer to see provisions in this, or some accompanying legislation, which would guarantee equitable access across the country to both abortion and counselling services
- we do not believe the legislation addresses the root causes of the number of abortions in Canada
Too often, women face the choice between abortion and poverty. If this is to be changed, and the number of abortions diminished, women need to be given realistic alternatives.
"True" choice will only be possible when there exists:
- adequate social and economic support structures to enable women to have their children
- programs and education to combat violence against women
- more affordable housing
- pay equity for women
- a guaranteed annual income, and other financial measures
- universally accessible, publicly funded day care
- an intensified national program to collect child support payments from delinquent fathers
- better educational programs about sexuality and contraception in schools
The Anglican Church wants to see the social context and the need for support for women to be taken seriously. This legislation puts all the responsibility on the woman herself, and on her physician. It does nothing to address the responsibility of the wider community towards children.
We urge that the Government bring in accompanying measures -- including budget commitments -- to provide the counselling, education, and preventative programs, and the social and economic supports -- such as housing assistance, day care, improved welfare benefits, and income supports -- that would ensure women have alternatives to abortion.
For these reasons we hope the legislation will be opened for amendment in the parliamentary process.
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The policy of the Anglican Church of Canada on abortion is stated in:
"Abortion In a New Perspective": Report of the Task Force on Abortion and is available from: The Anglican Book Centre, 600 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Ontario M4Y 2J6
For further information contact: The Reverend Michael Ingham, Principal Secretary to the Primate, 600 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Ontario, (416) 924-9192; Mrs. Diane Marshall (Family therapist, Report co-author) (416) 487-3613; Mrs. Phyllis Creighton (Research historian, Report co-author) (416) 978-2245
Subjects
Abortion - Law and legislation - Canada
Abortion - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Bioethics - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Sexual ethics - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Human embryo - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Medical ethics - Canada
Women's rights - Canada
Birth control - Canada
Birth control - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Contraception - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Poor women - Canada
Poverty - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
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Beyond the Hippocratic Oath : a memoir of the rise of modern medical ethics

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5206
Author
Dossetor, John B. (John Beamish), 1925-
Publication Date
c2005
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
RC 903 D68 2005
Author
Dossetor, John B. (John Beamish), 1925-
Place
Edmonton AB
Publisher
University of Alberta Press
Publication Date
c2005
Physical_Description
xx, 298 p. :ill. ; 22.7 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
."[By] John B. Dossetor".
Includes chiefly bibliographical "Notes" (p. 281-292) and index.
"Changes in health care in the 60 years since World War II have been dramatic, to say the least, and in no area have these changes been more dramatic than in human organ transplantation. Along with the advent of successful treatment for previously fatal illnesses such as chronic kidney disease came the realization that the ethical issues of health care required much more open discussion and public involvement. John Dossetor's medical career has spanned these changes in health care and medical ethics and he has been directly involved in these issues in a very personal way. .... At the heart of this book lies the evolution of medical ethics over the past 50 years. This evolution of this field of medicine is as dramatic as the changes that have occurred in the treatment of disease. One of the advantages of a long career in medicine is the opportunity it presents to look back through the lens of the present day, and John Dossetor takes full advantage of this opportunity. Throughout this book, he inserts personal examples of ethical dilemmas and discusses how, from the perspective of current medical ethics (or bioethics) we would view the events that he describes. These anecdotal experiences taken from his long career in medicine bring to life for the reader the dramatic changes that have occurred in our approach to ethical issues". -- Foreword, p. ix, x.
Contents: Foreword by Douglas R. Wilson, M.D. -- Acknowledgements -- Preface -- I: Early Days -- 1. Witnessing the dawn of a new epoch: The advent of a wonder drug -- 2. Early medical career: The student life and army experience -- 3. Two postgraduate years in London: a lesson in patient vulnerability -- 4. The New World: Montreal, 1955-1961 -- II: Nephrology -- 5. A fledgling nephrologist at McGill, 1961-1969 -- 6. Early experiences in kidney transplantation at McGill, 1963-1969 -- 7. Research at the University of Alberta, 1971-1982 -- 8. Academic medicine: Perils and pleasures -- 9. Ethics in the developing world -- III: A Career in Ethics -- 10. Sabbatical in ethics, 1985-1986: Getting from "is" to "ought" -- 11. Clinical ethics: Committees and consultations, 1985-1995 -- 12. Ethics for research on humans -- 13. Sharing between people: Transplantation relationships -- 14. Our evolving values -- Appendix 1: Advances in medicine over four epochs: 1760-2060 -- Appendix 2: Some milestones in genetics -- Appendix 3: Letter "signed by 100 Nobel Laureates in December 2001 in honour of the centenary of the Nobel Awards, warning that our security hangs on environmental and social reform" -- Notes -- Index.
OTCH Note: Author is an Anglican layman and member of the (Anglican) Human Life Task Force and the Ecumenical Health Care Network.
Subjects
Dossetor, John B. (John Beamish), 1925-
Medical ethics
Bioethics
Nephrology - Canada
Nephrologists - Canada - Biography
Physicians - Canada - Biography
Medical ethics - Canada
Bioethics - Canada
Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. - Moral and ethical aspects
Medicine - Research - Moral and ethical aspects
ISBN
0-88864-453-1
Call Number
RC 903 D68 2005
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Euthanasia : a Christian perspective

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5305
Author
Patrick, John
Publication Date
c1997
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BT 1102 D37 no. 7
Author
Patrick, John
Place
[Richmond BC]
Publisher
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship of Canada
Publication Date
c1997
Physical_Description
27 p.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Copyright 1997. Second printing 1998." -- verso of t.-p.
"[By] John Patrick [and] Sheila Rutledge Harding".
Includes bibliographical references.
"This paper was submitted in December 1994 to The Special Senate Committee On Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide by Dr. John Patrick and Dr. Sheila Rutledge Harding for the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada".
Both the authors are medical doctors.
Series
Connexions
Dare booklet ; 7
Added Entry
Harding, Sheila Rutledge
Wycliffe College. Institute of Evangelism
Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada
Subjects
Euthanasia - Canada
Euthanasia - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Medical ethics - Canada
Medical ethics - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Call Number
BT 1102 D37 no. 7
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Final Report of the Task Force on Sexual Abuse of Patients: An Independent Task Force Commissioned by The College of Physicians and Surgeons

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8994
Publication Date
1991
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
U. of T. Libraries
Call Number
HQ 72 T3F5 1991
Corporate Author
Task Force on Sexual Abuse of Patients (Ontario)
Place
[Toronto ON]
Publisher
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
Publication Date
1991
Physical_Description
[xii], 195, 54, v. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"November 25, 1991".
"Marilou McPhedran, Chairperson".
Terms of reference "Adopted by CPSO Council January 28, 1991" -- p. 8-9.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents: Comments on the Experience -- Mandate -- Terms of Reference -- Executive Summary -- Chart of Changes from Preliminary Report -- List of Recommendations -- Key Dates -- How to Contact the College -- Voices: A Sampling of Telephone Reports of Abuse -- Changes in Philosophy -- Changes in Education for Physicians, the Public and the College -- Guidelines for Doctors -- Changes Inside the College -- Changes Outside the College -- Legal Appendix -- Additional Appendices to the Report -- Acknowledgements.
Added Entry
McPhedran, Marilou, 1951-
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
Subjects
Sex crimes - Canada
Sex crimes - Ontario
Medical ethics - Canada
Medical ethics - Ontario
Physicians - Discipline - Canada
Physicians - Discipline - Ontario
Physicians - Sexual behavior - Canada
Physicians - Sexual behavior - Ontario
Sexually abused patients - Canada
Sexually abused patients - Ontario
Call Number
HQ 72 T3F5 1991
Location
U. of T. Libraries
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The Final Report of the Task Force on Sexual Abuse of Patients: An Independent Task Force Commissioned by The College of Physicians and Surgeons

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog1601
Publication Date
1991]
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
HQ 72 T3F5 1991
Corporate Author
Task Force on Sexual Abuse of Patients (Ontario)
Place
[Toronto ON
Publisher
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
Publication Date
1991]
Physical_Description
195, 54, v.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"November 25, 1991".
Chairperson: Marilou McPhedran.
Terms of reference "Adopted by CPSO Council January 28, 1991" -- p. 9.
Contents include: "Executive Summary", pp.10-30 and "List of Recommendations", pp. 36-54.
Eight appendices include "Appendix H. Bibliography", pp. H-1 to H-9.
Added Entry
McPhedran, Marilou
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
Subjects
Sex crimes - Canada
Sex crimes - Ontario
Medical ethics - Canada
Medical ethics - Ontario
Physicians - Discipline - Canada
Physicians - Discipline - Ontario
Physicians - Sexual behavior - Canada
Physicians - Sexual behavior - Ontario
Sexually abused patients - Canada
Sexually abused patients - Ontario
Call Number
HQ 72 T3F5 1991
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Frozen Human Embryos

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official840
Date
1989 June 15-23
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 75
Date
1989 June 15-23
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 75
Mover
Mrs. C. Boodram
Seconder
Miss J. Pearce
Text
That the Doctrine and Worship Committee be requested to prepare a position paper, for approval by the National Executive Council (with the results to be shared with the whole Church) on the disposition of frozen human embryos. CARRIED Act 75
Subjects
Frozen human embryos - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Bioethics - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Medical ethics - Canada
Medical ethics - Anglican Church of Canada
Reproductive technology - Canada
Reproductive technology - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
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Long Range Planning Committee Report [Abortion]

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official1231
Date
1980 June
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 91
Date
1980 June
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 91
Mover
Dr. Betty C. Graham
Seconder
Rt. Rev. R. Hollis
Prologue
That this General Synod is of the opinion that the Criminal Law is not a good or appropriate instrument or agency for the restriction or control of abortion and that the proper means of attaining the goals in the resolution previously passed is through education and social measures, having in mind that laws relating to health and the discipline of the medical and nursing professions are made by provincial legislatures.
Text
That this motion and other outstanding motions be referred to the National Executive Council for consideration. CARRIED ACT 91
Subjects
Abortion - Law and legislation - Canada
Abortion - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Medical laws and legislation - Canada
Medical ethics - Canada
Bioethics - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
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Medicine, ethics and law : Canadian and Polish perspectives

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog1718
Publication Date
1991
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
R 724 M42 1991
Place
Montreal QC
Publisher
Center for Bioethics, Clinical Research Institute of Montreal
Publication Date
1991
Physical_Description
xvi, 383 p. ; 21 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by David J. Roy, Jean-Louis Beaudoin, Marek Safjan, Tomaz Dybowski".
Includes abstracts in Polish.
Includes bibliographical references but NO index..
"This volume presents a multidisciplinary Canadian and Polish discussion of some of the central ethical and legal issues in medicine and science that have preoccupied people throughout the world for over twenty years. Collaboration between several Canadian and Polish lawyers, ethicists, and doctors during meetings in Montreal and Warsaw in the mid-1980s led to the idea of exploring similarities and differences in Canadian and Polish thinking on these issues. The introduction, preface, and thirty papers in this volume represent both convergent and widely different points of views. This book mirrors two societies at quite different stages of moral transition in a pluralist, post-modern world". -- back cover.
Contents: Introduction / David J. Roy [and] Jean-Louis Baudoin -- Preface /Witold Czachorski -- I: General Perspectives: Frameworks and Foundations -- II: Legal Perspectives -- III: Assisted Reproduction -- IV: Prenatal Diagnosis -- V: Abortion and Contraception -- VI: The Professional-Patient Relationship -- VII: Status of the Fetus -- VIII: Prolongation of Life -- IX: Research With Human Subjects -- X: Mental Health.
Contents of part I: Disturbing Disciplinary Boundaries: Health Economics and Ethics / Pranial Manga -- Ethics in Medicine and Science / David J. Roy -- The Basic Problems in Medical Ethics and Bioethics in Poland / Jozef Bogusz -- The Foundations of Medical Ethics and Biothics in Poland:: A Medical Ethicist's Perspective / Tadeusz Brzezinski -- The Foundations of Medical Ethics and Bioethics in Poland: The Catholic Perspective / Helmut Juros.
Contents of part II: Medicine, Biomedical Innovation and the Law in Canada / Jean-Louis Baudoin -- Discussion on Problems in Law and Medicine in Poland in Recent Years / Dorota Safjan -- Scientific Progress in Modern Medicine and Law / Marek Safjan,
Contents of part III: The Reproductive Technologies: Legal Aspects / Bartha M. Knoppers -- Ethical Issues of Modern Reproductive Technology / Christine Overall -- Artificial Insemination and In Vitro Fertilization / Zbiegniew Radwanski.
Contents of part IV: Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Malformations / M.J.J. Vekemans -- The Psychological Aspects of Prenatal Diagnosis / Dorota Kornas-Biela.
Contents of part V: Legal Aspects of Abortion in Canada / Martha Shaffer -- Abortion and the Moral Status of the Fetus / L. Wayne Sumner -- The Legal Aspects of Abortion / Andrzej Stelmachowski -- Birth Control from the Point of View of Catholic Ethics / Jacek Salij.
Contents of part VI: Consent to Medical Treatment in Canadian Law / Bernard M. Dickens -- The Relationship Between Patients, Physicians, and Nurses / Gerald E. Sabourin and David J. Roy -- Patient Autonomy and Medical Intervention / Zbiegniew Banaszczyk -- The Doctor-Patient Relationship / Zofia Kuratowska.
Contents of part VII: Fetal Status: Some New Challenges and Directions / Edward W. Keyserlingk -- The Legal Status of the Conceived Child / Tomasz Dybowski.
Contents of part VIII: Passive Euthanasia and Palliative Care: Deciding About Difference / Abbyann Lynch -- Euthanasia / Tadeusz Kielanowski -- Ethical Issues in Renal Transplantation / John R. Williams and John B. Dossetor.
Contents of part IX: Revision of the Medical Research Council of Canada Guidelines / Francis S. Rolleston -- Ethical Problems of Biomedical Research Involving Human Subjects / Stanislaw Kozlowski.
Contents of part X: Dilemmas in Psychiatry / Harry Grantham -- The Concept of Man in Polish Legislation Concerning Alcoholics, Drug Addicts, and the Mentally Ill / Adam Strzembosz.
OTCH Note: Errata slip pasted on to inside back cover.
Added Entry
Roy, David J., 1937-
Baudouin, Jean-Louis
Dybowski, Tomasz
Safjan, Marek
Clinical Research Institute of Montreal. Center for Bioethics
Banaszcczyk, Zbiegniew
Bogusz, Jozef
Dickens, Bernard M.
Dossetor, John B. (John Beamish), 1925-
Grantham, Harry
Juros, Helmut
Keyserlingk, Edward W.
Kielanowski, Tadeusz
Knoppers, Bartha Maria
Kozlowski, Stanislaw
Kornas-Biela, Dorota
Kuratowska, Zofia
Lynch, Abbeyann
Manga, Pranial
Overall, Christine
Radnwanski, Zbiegniew
Rolleston, Francis S.
Sabourin, Gerald E.
Safjan, Dorota
Salij, Jacek
Shaffer, Martha
Stelmachowski, Andrzej
Strzembosz, Adam
Sumner, L. Wayne
Vekemans, M.J.J.
Williams, John R. (John Reynolds), 1942-
Subjects
Medical ethics - Canada
Medical ethics - Poland
Medical laws and legislation - Canada
Medical laws and legislation - Poland
Bioethics - Religious aspects - Catholic Church
Reproductive technology - Canada
Reproductive technology - Moral and ethical aspects
Artificial insemination, Human - Moral and ethical aspects
Fertilization in vitro, Human - Poland
Prenatal diagnosis
Abortion - Law and legislation - Canada
Abortion - Law and legislation - Poland
Abortion - Religious aspects - Catholic Church
Physician and patient
Fetus - Legal status, laws, etc.
Euthanasia - Canada
Euthanasia - Poland
Donation of organs, tissues, etc. - Moral and ethical aspects
Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. - Moral and ethical aspects
Medicine - Research - Moral and ethical aspects
ISBN
2-9802538-0-4
Call Number
R 724 M42 1991
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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