Modern medical technology and therapeutic options are in constant development and are far from having reached their limits. Many healthcare workers, biomedical scientists, pastoral caregivers and also patients wonder which the moral consequences are and which the constraints.
From their expertise in the field of medicine and ethics and from the perspective of the practice of healthcare, the authors offer a helping hand in answering these questions. Taking into account the most recent developments many actual questions are discussed. They are presented according to the phases of life where medical-ethical questions may arise. Well-argued answers to these questions and dilemmas are given, based on the teachings of the Catholic Church. May these provide in a need of Catholic healthcare workers, who nowadays are searching for sources of inspiration for their view of healthcare and spirituality.
Manual of Catholic Medical Ethics
Responsible Healthcare from a Catholic perspective
Editors: Cardinal. W.J. Eijk, MD, PhD, STL, L.J.M. Hendriks STD, J.A. Raymakers, MD, PhD, and John I. Fleming, BA, ThL (hons), PhD (English edition).
Connor Court Publishing Ltd, Ballarat, VIC Australia, 2014
Hardcover 720 pag., ISBN 97819 25138 160,
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