A New Edition of Clinical Ethics is Now Available

December 19, 2016

Clinical Ethics (vol. 11, no. 4, 2016) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Rationing at the Bedside: Immoral or Unavoidable?” by Morten Magelssen, Per Nortvedt, and Jan Helge Solbakk
  • “The Legal Justification for Donor Optimisation Procedures” by Sarah-Jane Brown
  • “Pre-Mortem Interventions for Donation After Circulatory Death and Overall Benefit: A Qualitative Study” by Aisha Gathani, Greg Moorlock, and Heather Draper
  • “The Compliance of Iraqi Pharmacists with Ethical Principles in Applying the Pharmaceutical Care for Diabetic Patients” by Ehab Mudher Mikhael and Haydar F Al-Tukmagi
  • “What Enables Ethically Conducted Clinical Research in Hospitals? Views of the Administrative Staff” by Sanna-Maria Nurmi, Mari Kangasniemi, Arja Halkoaho, and Anna-Maija Pietilä
  • “Public Preferences for Allocation of Donated Livers for Transplantation: A Conjoint Analysis” by Ahmad Danesh, Fariba Asghari, Hojjat Zeraati, Kamran Yazdani, Saharnaz Nedjat, Mohammad-Ali Mansournia, Ali Jafarian, and Akbar Fotouhi
  • “Vaccinate-or-Mask: Ethical Duties and Rights of Health Care Providers in Obtaining or Refusing the Influenza Vaccination” by Stephanie Richardson and Kathryn Weaver
  • “Structured learning for clinical ethics in anaesthesia” by Sri Logarajah and Sue Roff


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