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by Robert H. Blank
Author: Robert H. Blank
Publisher: Northern Illinois Univ Pr (November 1, 1988)
Subcategory: Health and Medical Law
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X, 177 pages : 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 153-167) and index.
X, 177 pages : 24 cm. The policy context of biomedicine - Human genetic and reproductive intervention - Prenatal intervention - Biomedical issues within the life cycle - Death related issues in biomedicine - Policy decisions in biomedicine : making hard choices.
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This book focuses on the public policy and political dimensions of Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias in the .
This book focuses on the public policy and political dimensions of Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias in the United States considering the disease characteristics and competing theories on causes, human and financial costs, and the increasing burden they place on societies as populations ag. He has been a frequent guest professor at Aarhus University in Denmark and at National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan.
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This book examines critical social-policy issues emerging from recent developments in human reproductive . Examples include recent cases involving torts for wrongful life
This book examines critical social-policy issues emerging from recent developments in human reproductive technology. Examples include recent cases involving torts for wrongful life. He analyzes possible alterations in the moral and legal status of the fetus in light of apparent technological and social-policy trends and presents a paradigm of fetal rights that reflects these changes. A final case is made for a comprehensive assessment of reproductive technologies, as well as for the urgent need to refine concepts of human life that in the past have been taken for granted, but that now are being challenged.
Life, Death, and Public Policy. De Kalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 1988.
The cast of mind characterizing policy studies is marked, above all else, by an aspiration toward relevance.
Museums and Representation. 1 There was a distinctly high modernist feel to the enterprise, back then: technocratic hubris, married to a sense of mission to make a better world; an (p. 886) overwhelming confidence. The cast of mind characterizing policy studies is marked, above all else, by an aspiration toward relevance.
Robert H. Blank’s most popular book is Comparative Health Policy. Biomedical Technology and Public Policy by. Redefining Human Life: Reproductive Technologies And Social Policy by. Robert H. Blank. Blank, Miriam K. Mills.
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policy - congressional consideration of animal experimentation; the FDA and the regulation of contraceptive drugs - depo-provera, risk management and reproductive health; genetic markers for schizophrenia - the policy context and implications; organ transplant legislation; policy issues at the end of life; AIDS as an allocation issue - individual and social responsibility; technology and the ageing society - ethics and public policy. About Robert H. ank /f Robert /i H. ls /f Miriam /i K. show more.