Margolis, Barbara. (Eds.) () Ethics in America II.medicine & the end of lifeMLA Citation
Margolis, Barbara,eds. Ethics In America II: Medicine & The End Of Life. : . Print.
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Ethics in America II. 1, Three farewells : medicine & the end of life /
producer, Barbara Margolis ; Fred Friendly Seminars.
|Published:||District of Columbia : Annenberg Learner, 2007.|
|Topics:||Medical ethics - United States. | Terminal care - Moral and ethical aspects - United States.|
|Genres:||Streaming video. | Panel discussions. | Documentary television programs. | Nonfiction films. | Documentary television programs. | Panel discussions.|
Alexander Street Press - Online access (Opens in a new window)
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (57 min.)
|Language Note:||In English.
|Summary:||New, and yet familiar, hypothetical cases are debated and agonized over by eminent leaders from government, business, science and academia. Ethics in America II follows its predecessor by exploring gripping ethical dilemmas using the time-honored Socratic Dialogue format. The programs can be used with a discussion guide to help teachers engage their students in the process of ethical reasoning and acquaint them with its traditions through historical essays and other writings. A Web site with background on the programs and issues is coordinated with the series. Produced by Fred Friendly Seminars. 2007. Progra, Description: This program looks at the difficult choices a loving family makes as they confront the end of life. When a perfect pregnancy ends in unforeseen complications, and the newborn suffers very severe brain injury, how should the parents decide what is best for their baby? When, a few years later, the baby's grandmother descends into dementia from Alzheimer's, should her earlier wish to forego all medical treatment be honored, even though she may no longer understand - or agree - with the statements she made when she was competent? Still later, another family member receives a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. If she is terminally ill, should she be able to avail herself of medications to aid her in dying?
|Notes:||Title from resource description page (viewed August 14, 2018).
Margolis, Barbara, producer.
Fred Friendly Seminars (Firm), production company.