By John Balint, Robert Baker, Martin Strosberg
"The Advances in Bioethics" sequence is dedicated to publishing collections of unique papers and multi-authored volumes that boost the sphere of bioethics both via exploring new parts, or by means of taking new ways to conventional components. even if the sequence is released in English, its scope is overseas, and manuscripts are welcome from authors during the international. Divided into 3 sections this quantity covers: Human Rights, Public defense, and Public coverage; Practitioner tasks during periods of Epidemics; international Dimensions of Epidemics - each one bankruptcy within the ebook is going intensive to debate the problems surrounding the subject in query and combines a theoretical inspiration procedure with functional program.
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Courts. S. Constitution nor international law applied in Guantanamo, the administration could write its own rules of conduct for the prison, and it did. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, for example, speciﬁcally approved types of torture that could be used in the interrogations there, and speciﬁcally involved physicians in it by requiring that prisoners obtain ‘‘medical clearance’’ prior to having these techniques applied to them. In the words of his directive, the new techniques can only be used after, among other things, the detainee is medically and operationally evaluated as suitable (considering all techniques to be used in combination).
BBC News, June 1. BBC News Online. (2004). S. Supreme Court Guantanamo Ruling. July 8. bbc. , & August, M. (2004). Was smallpox overhyped? Time, July 26, 16 Chang, L. (2003). In the face of SARS, Beijing reverts to a quite village, Wall Street Journal, May 12, A1. Cohen, H. , Gould, R. , & Sidel, V. W. (2004). The pitfalls of bioterrorism preparedness: The anthrax and smallpox experiences. American Journal of Public Health, 94, 1667–1671. Cohn, M. R. (2003a). Nations must stay on SARS alert: WHO.
Ethics and Epidemics, Volume 9 (Advances in Bioethics) by John Balint, Robert Baker, Martin Strosberg