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  1. Introduction 6 items
    These books will be useful throughout this course unit.
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
      1. The value of life - Harris, John 1985

        Book Essential Also available as a Dawson ebook

      2. Bioethics: a philosophical introduction - Stephen Holland 2003

        Book Essential

    2. Edited Collections 2 items
      These are two excellent and comprehensive edited collections of papers from leading figures in this field that will be very useful and are available online via the University Library
      1. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook

      2. Arguing about bioethics - Stephen Holland 2012

        Book  Also available as an EBL ebook

    3. Optional Further Reading 2 items
      Although these are more legal than philosophical, these recent books deal with arguments relating to both ethics and the law
      1. Mason and McCall Smith's law and medical ethics - G. T. Laurie, Shawn Harmon, Gerard Porter, J. K. Mason 2016

        Book 

      2. Medical law and ethics - Jonathan Herring 2016

        Book 

  2. Section 1: Introduction to Philosophical Bioethics, Moral Philosophy and Healthcare Ethics 1 item
    1. Optional Further Reading 1 item
  3. Section 2: Doing Bioethics 28 items
    1. Optional Further Reading on Relativism and Skepticism 6 items
      1. Moral Relativism - Gowans, Chris

        Article  Available via the The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2015 Edition)

      2. The elements of moral philosophy - Rachels, James, Rachels, Stuart c2007

        Book  See Chapter 2: Rachels, J. 'The Challenge Of Cultural Relativism' 16-34. Available as a digitised reading - see next entry

      3. The Challenge Of Cultural Relativism - James Rachels

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

      4. Moral Skepticism - Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter

        Article  Available via the The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2015 Edition)

      5. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Mark Sheehan, ‘Moral Relativism’ 93-98

    2. Optional Further Reading on Ethics and The Role Of Reason 6 items
      1. Critical thinking: a concise guide - Bowell, Tracy, Kemp, Gary 2002

        Book  Also available as an ebsco ebook

      2. Bioethics - John Harris 2001

        Book  See John Harris's Introduction: The Scope and Importance of Bioethics’ 1-22

      3. Philosophical medical ethics - Gillon, Raanan c1986

        Book  See Chapters 1, 5 and 6

      4. Encyclopedia of applied ethics - Ruth F. Chadwick, Søren Holm c2012

        Book  See Dare, T. ‘Challenges To Applied Ethics' 167-173. Available as a digitised reading - see next entry

      5. Challenges To Applied Ethics - Tim Dare

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

      6. Critical reasoning in ethics: a practical introduction - Anne Thomson 1999

        Book  Also available as an EBSCO ebook

    3. Optional Further Reading on Theoretical Approaches to Bioethics 8 items
      1. Ethics: the heart of health care - David Seedhouse 2009

        Book  Also available as an Askews & Holts ebook,

      2. Medical Ethics: A Very Short Introduction - Tony Hope 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book  Available as a Dawson ebook. See especially Chapter 5

      3. Principles of biomedical ethics - Tom L. Beauchamp, James F. Childress 2013

        Book  See Chapter 9: "Moral Theories" 351-389

      4. Philosophical medical ethics - Gillon, Raanan c1986

        Book  Especially pages 1-100

      5. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Matti Hayry, "Utilitarianism and Bioethics" 57-64

      6. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See David A. McNaughton and J. Piers Rawling "Deontology" 65-71

      7. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Justin Oakley, "Virtue Theory" 87-91

      8. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Onora O’Neill, "Kantian Ethics".73-77

    4. Optional Further Reading on The 'Four Principles' Approach 8 items
      1. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Tom L Beauchamp, "The 'Four Principles' Approach to Health Care Ethics" 3-10

      2. Bioethics - John Harris 2001

        Book  See Ch 15: Tom L. Beauchamp, "Principlism and its Alleged Competitors" 479- 493 - see next entry for full text link

      3. Principlism and Its Alleged Competitors - Tom L. Beauchamp 1995

        Article  Original source of the above

      4. Bioethics - John Harris 2001

        Book  See Ch 16: Søren Holm, "Not just autonomy - the principles of American biomedical ethics" 494-506 - see next entry for full text link

      5. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Robert M. Veatch, "How Many Principles for Bioethics?" 43-50

      6. Moral Argument - Iain Brassington

        Document  A handout developed for this programme available on the Blackboard site in the electronic study pack. [I have this as a word doc]

  4. Section 3: Beings, Human Beings and Persons 15 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. The value of life - Harris, John 1985

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. See Chapter 1

      2. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Ainsley Newson, "Personhood and Moral Status" 277-284

      3. Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Value - Zimmerman, Michael J.

        Article  Available via the The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2015 Edition)

    2. Optional Further Reading 12 items
      1. What is a person? - Michael F. Goodman c1986

        Book  See Daniel Dennett “Conditions of Personhood” 145-167. Digitised Reading available - see next entry

      2. Conditions of Personhood - Daniel Dennett

        Chapter  Available as a digitised reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

      3. The identities of persons - Rorty, Amélie 1976

        Book  See Daniel Dennett “Conditions of Personhood” 145-167. (First appearance of this piece)

      4. Arguing about bioethics - Stephen Holland 2012

        Book  Also available as an EBL ebook. See Part One: 'Is it wrong to do research on human embryos?'

      5. Beginning lives - Hursthouse, Rosalind, Open University 1987

        Book  See Chapters 2 and 3. A digitised reading of Chapter 2: 'The Moral Status Of The Foetus' 27-88 is also available - see next entry

      6. The Moral Status Of The Foetus - Rosalind Hursthouse

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

      7. Moral theory: a non-consequentialist approach - Oderberg, David S. 2000

        Book  See Chapter 4: 'Close-Up On The Good Life' 138-184 - also available as a digitised reading - see next entry

      8. Close-Up On The Good Life - David S Oderberg

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

      9. The end of life: euthanasia and morality - James Rachels 1986

        Book  See Chapters 1, 2 and 3

      10. Practical ethics - Peter Singer 2011

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. See Chapter 4: "What's Wrong With Killing?" 71-93

      11. Moral status: obligations to persons and other living things - Mary Anne Warren 1997

        Book  Also available as an OUP Scholarship Online ebook

  5. Section 4: The Status of the Embryo and its Implications for Abortion 32 items
    1. Essential Reading 12 items
      Before completing this section you should read at least one of the following texts:
      1. Life before birth: the moral and legal status of embryos and fetuses - Steinbock, Bonnie 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book  Revised 2nd edition available as an Oxford Scholarship ebook. See Chapter 2 - see next entry

      2. Abortion - Bonnie Steinbock

        Chapter  Updated chapter available via Oxford Scholarship Online

      3. Beginning lives - Hursthouse, Rosalind, Open University 1987

        Book  See Chapter 2: 'The Moral Status Of The Foetus' 27-88 - available as a digitised reading - see next entry

      4. The Moral Status Of The Foetus - Rosalind Hursthouse

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

      5. Arguing about bioethics - Stephen Holland 2012

        Book  Also available as an EBL ebook. See David S. Oderberg, 'The Metaphysical status of the Embryo: Some arguments revisited'

      6. The value of life - Harris, John 1985

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. See 10-19

      7. Beginning lives - Hursthouse, Rosalind, Open University 1987

        Book  See Chapter 2: 'The Moral Status Of The Foetus' 27-88 - available as a digitised reading - see next entry

      8. The Moral Status Of The Foetus - Rosalind Hursthouse

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

      9. Life before birth: the moral and legal status of embryos and fetuses - Steinbock, Bonnie 2011 (electronic resource)

        Book  Revised 2nd edition available as an Oxford Scholarship ebook. See Chapter 2 - see next entry

      10. Abortion - Bonnie Steinbock

        Chapter  Updated chapter available via Oxford Scholarship Online

      11. The Oxford handbook of bioethics - Bonnie Steinbock 2007

        Book  Also available as an Oxford Handbooks Online Philosophy ebook. See Chapter 17: Marquis, D. 'Abortion Revisited' 395-415 - see next entry

    2. An article of interest 7 items
      The below created great public interest and controversy
      1. After-birth abortion: why should the baby live? - Alberto Giubilini, Francesca Minerva 05/2013

        Article 

      2. Selected Public Responses 6 items
        Read for discussion
        1. An open letter from Giubilini and Minerva - Iain Brassington 02/03/2012

          Webpage  Journal of Medical Ethics blog post

        2. A Defense of Abortion - Judith Jarvis Thomson 1971

          Article 

    3. Optional Further Reading 13 items
      If you decide that you wish to explore the issues represented in Sections 3 and 4 of this Course Unit further you may find the following interesting:
      1. Bioethics - John Harris 2001

        Book  See Ch 2: Helga Kuhse and Peter Singer "Killing and Letting Die" 42-61.

      2. Killing and Letting Die - Helga Kuhse, Peter Singer

        Chapter  Digitised Reading in process 9/15

      3. Should the baby live?: the problem of handicapped infants - Helga Kuhse, Peter Singer 1985

        Book  See Helga Kuhse and Peter Singer "Killing and Letting Die" 74-97.(First appearance of this piece)

  6. Section 5: Respect for Persons: Autonomy, Consent and Confidentiality 5 items
    1. Essential Reading 1 item
      Before completing this section you should read:
      1. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book Essential Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. Read N. Stoljar, "Theories of Autonomy" 11-17

    2. Read at least two from the following: 4 items
      1. Principles of biomedical ethics - Tom L. Beauchamp, James F. Childress 2013

        Book  See Tom L. Beauchamp and James F. Childres Chapter 4: ‘”Respect For Autonomy” 101-149. Also available as a digitised reading - see next entry

      2. Respect For Autonomy - Tom Beauchamp, James Childress

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

      3. Philosophical medical ethics - Gillon, Raanan c1986

        Book  See Chapter 10

      4. The value of life - Harris, John 1985

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. See Chapter 10: 'Respect For Persons I'

  7. Section 6: Paternalism Autonomy and Respect for Persons 8 items
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
      Before completing this section you should read:
      1. Paternalism - Dworkin, Gerald

        Article  Available via the The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2015 Edition)

      2. The value of life - Harris, John 1985

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. See Chapter 11: 'Respect For Persons II'

    2. Optional Further Reading 6 items
      If you decide that you wish to explore the issues represented in Sections 5 and 6 of this Course Unit further you may find the following interesting
      1. Moral Paternalism - Gerald Dworkin 05/2005

        Article 

      2. Legal Paternalism - Joel Feinberg

        Chapter  Available via Oxford Scholarship Online

  8. Section 7: Capacity and Consent 9 items
    1. Essential Reading 2 items
      Before completing this section you should read
      1. Principles of biomedical ethics - Tom L. Beauchamp, James F. Childress 2013

        Book  See Tom L. Beauchamp and James F. Childres Chapter 4: ‘”Respect For Autonomy” 101-149. Also available as a digitised reading - see next entry

      2. Respect For Autonomy - Tom Beauchamp, James Childress

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

    2. Case Study 1 - Children and Capacity: 2 items
      1. The value of life - Harris, John 1985

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook.

      2. Deciding for others: the ethics of surrogate decision making - Allen E. Buchanan, Dan W. Brock 1990

        Book  Also currently available as an ebook via Cambridge Books Online Evidence-based Acquisition (2016-2017)

    3. Case Study 2 - Depression and Capacity: 3 items
    4. Optional Further Reading: 2 items
      If you decide that you wish to explore the issues represented in this Course Unit further you may find the following interesting
      1. Legal Paternalism - Joel Feinberg

        Chapter  Available via Oxford Scholarship Online. See Chapters 23-26

      2. The Moral Limits of the Criminal Law Volume 3: Harm to Self - Joel Feinberg 1986

        Book  Also available via Oxford Scholarship Online. See Chapters 23-26 on "Failures of Consent"

  9. Section 8: Autonomy and Pregnancy 23 items
    1. Essential Reading on Autonomy and Pregnancy 4 items
      Before completing this section you should read:
      1. Ethics in reproductive medicine - Bromham, David, International Conference on Philosophical Ethics in Reproductive Medicine 1992

        Book  Digitised Reading also available - see next entry

      2. Maternal-Fetal Conflict: Pregnant Drug Users - Bonnie Steinbock 1992

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

    2. Optional Further Reading on Enforced Caesareans 3 items
      For a great overview of the legal issues in this area read
      1. Pioneering healthcare law: essays in honour of Margaret Brazier - Catherine Stanton, Margaret Brazier 2016

        Book  Also available as an EBL ebook. See Fovargue, S. and Miola, J.. 'Are we still "policing pregnancy"?' 243-254

      2. Medicine, patients and the law - Margaret Brazier, Emma Cave 2016

        Book  See Chapter 11.

    3. An Ethical Commentary on Enforced Caesareans 1 item
      1. Ethical issues in maternal-fetal medicine 2002

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. See Savage, W. 'Caesarean Section: Who Chooses?' 266

    4. Essential Reading on Routine Antenatal Testing 1 item
      1. What’s wrong with routine antenatal testing for Down’s? - Rebecca Bennett

        Webpage  Universirty of Manchester School of Law Blog Post

    5. Optional Further Reading on Routine Antenatal Testing 5 items
      1. Non-invasive prenatal testing: ethical issues explored - Antina de Jong, Wybo J Dondorp, Christine E M de Die-Smulders, Suzanne G M Frints 2010-3

        Article 

    6. Essential Reading on Maternal Foetal Conflict 2 items
      1. Ethical issues in maternal-fetal medicine 2002

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. See Bewley, S. 'Restricting the Freedom of Pregnant Women' 131-146. Direct link to full text of chapter also available 2016-17 - see enxt entry

      2. Restricting the freedom of pregnant women - Susan Bewley

        Chapter  Currently available for 2016-17 via CUP online

    7. Optional Further Reading on Autonomy and Pregnancy 7 items
      1. Ethics in anaesthesia and intensive care - Heather Draper, Wendy E. Scott 2003

        Book  See Bennett,R. 'The Acceptability of Routine Testing for Blood-borne Communicable Disease' 205-217

      2. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Scott, R. 'Maternal Foetal Conflict' 401-407

      3. Society: Don't blame the mothers - Sarah S. Richardson, Cynthia R. Daniels, Matthew W. Gillman, Janet Golden 2014-8-13

        Article 

  10. Section 9: Resource Allocation 45 items
    1. Essential Reading on Resource Allocation 4 items
      1. Bioethics - John Harris 2001

        Book  See Chapter 11: Parfit D. 'Equality or Priority' 347-386. Full text available via Kansas University academic reepository - see next entry

      2. Equality or Priority - Parfit, Derek 1991

        Article  Original publication as the 30th Lindley Lecture, University of Kansas, 21 Nov. 1991. Full text availalble via the KU ScholarWorks institutional repository.

      3. The value of life - Harris, John 1985

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. See Chapter 5

      4. Causing death and saving lives - Glover, Jonathan 1990

        Book  See Chapter 17

    2. Optional Further Reading on Resource Allocation 8 items
      1. Philosophical medical ethics - Gillon, Raanan c1986

        Book  Chapters 14 & 15

      2. Bioethics - John Harris 2001

        Book  See Norman Daniels 'Health Care Needs and Distributive Justice' - see next entries for full text links

      3. Justice and justification: reflective equilibrium in theory and practice - Norman Daniels 1996

        Book  See Chapter 9: 'Health Care Needs and Distributive Justice' Also directly available from CUP online for 2016-17 - see next entry

      4. Health-care needs and distributive justice - Norman Daniels

        Chapter  Available via CUP online for 2016-17

      5. Arguing about bioethics - Stephen Holland 2012

        Book  Also available as an EBL ebook. Reprints Norman Daniels 'Health Care Needs and Distributive Justice' 457-472

      6. Bioethics - John Harris 2001

        Book  See Dan Brock 'Quality of Life Measures in Health Care and Medical Ethics' - see next entries for full text links

      7. Quality of Life - Amartya Sen 1993 (electronic resource)

        Book  Available via Oxford Scholarship online. See Brock, D. 'Quality of Life Measures in Health Care and Medical Ethics' - for direct link see next entry

      8. Quality of Life Measures in Health Care and Medical Ethics - Dan Brock

        Chapter  Available via Oxford Scholarship Online

    3. Essential Reading on QALYs 4 items
      1. Arguing about bioethics - Stephen Holland 2012

        Book  Also available as an EBL ebook

      2. Double jeopardy and the use of QALYs in health care allocation. - P Singer, J McKie, H Kuhse, J Richardson 01/06/1995

        Article 

    4. Essential Reading on The Moral Significance of Age 2 items
      1. The value of life - Harris, John 1985

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. See Chapter 5

      2. Causing death and saving lives - Glover, Jonathan 1990

        Book  See Chapter 17

    5. Optional Further Reading on NICE and QALYs 11 items
      1. A NICE fallacy - M. Quigley 01/08/2007

        Article 

      2. NICE rejoinder - J. Harris 01/08/2007

        Article 

    6. Essential Reading on Lifestyle Issues 2 items
    7. Suggested Further Reading on Resource Allocation 14 items
      To gain a more detailed understanding of the issues raised, see
      1. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Matti Hayry 'Utilitarian Approaches to Bioethics' 57-64

      2. Cambridge Medical Ethics Workbook - Donna Dickenson, Richard Huxtable, Michael Parker 2010 (electronic resource)

        Book  Available as a Dawson ebook. See Chapter 8:

      3. Encyclopedia of applied ethics: Vol. 3: J-R. - Chadwick, Ruth F. 1998

        Book  See Shickle, D. 'Resource Allocation' in Encyclopaedia of Applied Ethics, Volume 3 - 861-873

      4. Also of Interest 11 items
        1. The ethics of resource allocation in health care - Boyd, Kenneth M. 1979

          Book 

        2. Medical ethics - Robert M. Veatch 1989

          Book  See Buchanan, A.'Health-Care Delivery and Resource Allocation' 291-327.

        3. Medical ethics - Robert M. Veatch 1997

          Book  See Chapter 11: Buchanan, A. ‘Health-Care Delivery and Resource Allocation’ 321-362.

        4. Just Health Care - Daniels, Norman Aug 85

          Book 

        5. Encyclopedia of applied ethics: Vol. 3: J-R. - Chadwick, Ruth F. 1998

          Book  See Edgar, A. 'Quality of Life Indicators' in Encyclopaedia of Applied Ethics, Volume 3 - 759-776

        6. Arguing about bioethics - Stephen Holland 2012

          Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Hope, T. 'Rationing and Life saving treatments: Should identifiable patients have higher priority?' 447-456

        7. Philosophy and medical welfare - J. M. Bell, Susan Mendus, Royal Institute of Philosophy c1988

          Book  See Harris, J. 'More and Better Justice.'

        8. Who lives? who dies?: ethical criteria in patient selection - John F. Kilner c1990

          Book 

        9. Arguing about bioethics - Stephen Holland 2012

          Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Williams, A. 'The Value of QALYs' 423-427

  11. Section 10: Euthanasia: Can Killing be a caring thing to do? 26 items
    1. Essential Reading on Euthanasia 4 items
      1. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Huxtable, R. 'Euthanasia and Principled Health Care Ethics: From Conflict to Compromise?' 489-495

      2. The value of life - Harris, John 1985

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. See Chapter 4.

      3. The end of life: euthanasia and morality - Rachels, James 1986

        Book  See Chapter 4

    2. Optional Further Reading on Euthanasia 19 items
      To gain a greater understanding of this complex area it is important that you do your own independent reading around the subject. You may also find it useful to read the following:
      1. Encyclopedia of applied ethics - Ruth F. Chadwick c2012

        Book  See Draper, H. 'Euthanasia (and Physician assisted suicide)' Vol 2 E-I 175-187

      2. Can physicians conceive of performing euthanasia in case of psychiatric disease, dementia or being tired of living? - Eva Elizabeth Bolt, Marianne C Snijdewind, Dick L Willems, Agnes van der Heide 08/2015

        Article 

      3. The ethics of killing: problems at the margins of life - Jeff McMahan c2002

        Book  Also available as an Oxford Scholarship Online ebook

      4. The end of life: euthanasia and morality - Rachels, James 1986

        Book 

      5. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. SeeTuija Takala, 'Acts and Omissions'

      6. Principles of health care ethics - Richard E. Ashcroft c2007

        Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook.See Suzanne Uniacke, 'The Doctrine of Double Effect' 263-268

    3. Ethics - 1999 Special Issue 1 item
      1. Ethics

        Journal  This special issue of Ethics (109/3) focused on Physician Assisted Suicide. Contents include: Jarvis Thomson, Judith, 'Physician-Assisted Suicide: Two Moral Arguments' (497-518); Brock, Dan W., 'A Critiques of Three Objections to Physician-Assisted Suicide' (519-547); Weithman, Paul J. ' Of Assisted Suicide and "The Philosophers' Brief"' (548-578); Dworkin, Gerald, 'Sex, Suicide and Doctors' (579-585); Kamm, F. M., 'Physician-Assisted Suicide, the Doctrine of Double Effect, and the Ground of Value' (586-605); Velleman, David J., 'A Right of Self-Termination' 606-628 and Emanuel, Ezekiel J., 'What is the Great Benefit of Legalizing Euthanasia or Physician-Assisted Suicide?' (629-642)

    4. Multimedia 2 items
      1. The Report - Right to Die 09/01/2014

        Audio document  The Report - Right to Die , 20:00 09/01/2014, BBC Radio 4, 30 mins.

  12. Digitised Reading in Progress / Miscellany 10 items
    1. Principles of biomedical ethics - Tom L. Beauchamp, James F. Childress 2013

      Book  See Chapter 4: Beauchamp, T.L. and Childress, J.F. "Respect For Autonomy" 101-149. Also available as a digitised reading - see next entry

    2. Death, brain death and ethics - Lamb, David c1985

      Book  Digitised Reading also available - see next entry

    3. Neomorts and Organ Banks - David Lamb

      Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

    4. Bioethics: an anthology - Helga Kuhse, Peter Singer 2006

      Book 

    5. Health care law: text and materials - McHale, Jean V., Fox, Marie 2007

      Book  Digitised Reading also available - see next entry

    6. Health Care Ethics - Jean V., McHale

      Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

    7. The criminal justice system and health care - Charles A. Erin, Suzanne Ost c2007

      Book  Also available as a MyiLibrary ebook. See Ch. 13: Rebecca Bennett, 'Should We Criminalize HIV Transmission' 225-236

    8. The Blackwell guide to medical ethics - Rhodes, Rosamond, Silvers, Anita, Francis, Leslie 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book  See Chapter 11: Bennett, R. & Harris, J. 'Reproductive Choice' 201-219. Available as an e-book via the Blackwell Reference Online database. For off campus access click on (hyperlinked) web address to go to database page; click on 'Special username and password' to obtain these for the database. Input these to access Blackwell Reference Online and then search for material required.

    9. Chapter 11. Reproductive Choice - Rebecca Bennett, John Harris

      Article  Available via Blackwell Reference Online