BioéthiqueOnline

Volume 4, numéro hors série, 2015

Sommaire (26 articles)

Article

  1. Dilemmas in Military Medical Ethics: A Call for Conceptual Clarity
  2. The Legitimacy of Prohibiting Euthanasia

Review

  1. Beyond Doing Good: An Interview with Dr. Kirsten Johnson on the Canadian Disaster and Humanitarian Response Training Program

Commentary

  1. Pain Viewed from the Outside: A Response to Verpaelst
  2. Judging Culpability in Dwyer’s Climate Change “Gaia Commission”: A Response to Dwyer
  3. Misogyny in Health Professions? An Analysis of the Dalhousie Dentistry Scandal

Review

  1. How Could Emergency Modify our Normal Ethics Standards? A Brief Review of Selected Chapters in Emergency Ethics

Commentary

  1. Un jeu dont vous êtes le héros : « Entre idéal et réalité : en Jeu(x) éthique(s) de la recherche »
  2. De la confiance trahie à la faute, n’y a-t-il qu’un pas ? Une réponse à Laliberté
  3. La reconnaissance d’autrui comme prérequis à toute forme de consentement et d’assentiment : une réponse à Verpaelst et Touyz
  4. But the Pain Remains: A Response to Verpaelst
  5. When Two Worlds Meet: A Response to Heesters
  6. When Disability Rhymes with Negative Bias: A Response to Verpaelst
  7. Bedside Teaching and Respecting the Pediatric Patient: A Response to Verpaelst
  8. La conciliation travail-famille : le défi des mères médecins

Creative Work

  1. La mort de mon père
  2. A Pain in my Neck

Commentary

  1. Moral Responsibility in the Context of Prenatal Testing: What can be Expected?

Creative Work

  1. Disability is in the Eye of the Beholder
  2. A Very Embarrassing Moment

Commentary

  1. Le corps humain converti en gisement de ressources économiques – À propos de Le Corps-Marché, de Céline Lafontaine
  2. What’s Unethical About Interprofessional Collaboration?

Editor’s Soapbox

  1. The Supreme Court of Canada Ruling in Carter v. Canada: A New Era of End-of-Life Care for Canadians

Commentary

  1. How Gene Patents May Inhibit Scientific Research
  2. Managing Profound Suffering at the End-of-Life: Should expanding access to continuous deep sedation be the priority?

Editor’s Soapbox

  1. The Dalhousie Dentistry Story: A Case for Proportionality, Professionalism, and the Promotion of Moral Character