Bioethics professionals (academics and polity advisors) as well as other readers with an interest in the fundamental problems in bioethics
Daniel Callahan, President, Hastings Center of Bioethics
Senior Research Scholar, President Emeritus and co-founder, Hastings Center of Bioethics. Co-director of the Yale-Hastings Program in Ethics and Health Policy. Authof of 41 books including most recently Taming the Beloved Beast: Why Medical Technology Costs are Destroying Our Health Care System (Princeton University Press, August 2009); Medicine and the Market: Equity vs. Choice (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006).
1. The Hastings Center and the Early Years of Bioethics
2. A Memoir of An Interdisciplinary Career
3. Minimalist Ethics
4. Individual Good and Common Good
5. The WHO Definition of Health
6. End-of-Life Care: A Management or Philosophical Problem?
7. Death, Mourning and Medical Progress
8. Terminating Life-Sustaining Treatment For The Demented
9. Killing and Allowing to Die: Why It Is A Mistake To Derive and "Is" from an "Ought"
10. Rationing: Theory, Passion, and Politics
11. Consumer-Directed Health Care: Promise Or Puffery?
12. Social Allocation of Resources For Patients with ESDR
13. Shaping Biomedical Research: The Case of NIH
14. Time For a Change: Planning Our Medical Future
15. Too Much of A Good Thing: How Splendid Technologies Can Go Wrong
16. Demythologizing The Stem Cell Juggernaut
17. Health Technology Assessment Implementation: The Politics of Ethics
18. Bioethics and Fatherhood