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Quo vadis medical healing : past concepts and new approaches / edited by S. Elm, Stefan N. Willich.

Contributor(s): Elm, Susanna | Willich, Stefan N.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Springer.International library of ethics, law and the new medicine: 44.Publisher: Dordrecht ; London : Springer, 2009Description: 1 online resource (xii, 171 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781402089428; 1402089422.Subject(s): Medicine | Medical care | Medical ethics | Medicine -- Philosophy | Medical care -- PhilosophyAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Quo vadis medical healing.Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
pt. I, Philosophical and ethical foundations. How political is the future of health care? Allocating scarce resources in liberal democracy / Annette Schulz-Baldes ; The concept of disease and medical action : a reciprocal relationship and its relevance to modern medicine / Thomas Heinemann -- pt. II, Concepts of healing in history. Medicine between natural philosophy and physician's practice : a debate around 400 BC / Oliver Primavesi ; Roman pain and the rise of Christianity / Susanna Elm ; A perfect healing to all our wounds : religion and medicine in Judaism / John Efron -- pt. III, Chinese medicine and homeopathy. How Chinese is Chinese medicine? / Paul U. Unschuld ; Medicus curat, natura sanat in homeopathy / Claudia Witt -- pt. IV, Acute health care and social medicine. Healing in acute medical therapy : opportunities and limitations / Stefan N. Willich ; The historical development of social medicine as a responsibility of the physician / Dieter Koch-Weser -- pt. V, Business concepts. Unmet medical needs and the role of pharmeceutical companies / Wolfgang Meyer-Sabellek ; A revolution in research and development : the impact of biotechnology / Herbert Schuster -- pt. VI, New approaches in medicine and their constitutional ramification. Healing by gene therapy : hype or hope? / Martin Paul ; Biotechnology and the guarantee of human dignity / Martin Nettesheim.
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pt. I, Philosophical and ethical foundations. How political is the future of health care? Allocating scarce resources in liberal democracy / Annette Schulz-Baldes ; The concept of disease and medical action : a reciprocal relationship and its relevance to modern medicine / Thomas Heinemann -- pt. II, Concepts of healing in history. Medicine between natural philosophy and physician's practice : a debate around 400 BC / Oliver Primavesi ; Roman pain and the rise of Christianity / Susanna Elm ; A perfect healing to all our wounds : religion and medicine in Judaism / John Efron -- pt. III, Chinese medicine and homeopathy. How Chinese is Chinese medicine? / Paul U. Unschuld ; Medicus curat, natura sanat in homeopathy / Claudia Witt -- pt. IV, Acute health care and social medicine. Healing in acute medical therapy : opportunities and limitations / Stefan N. Willich ; The historical development of social medicine as a responsibility of the physician / Dieter Koch-Weser -- pt. V, Business concepts. Unmet medical needs and the role of pharmeceutical companies / Wolfgang Meyer-Sabellek ; A revolution in research and development : the impact of biotechnology / Herbert Schuster -- pt. VI, New approaches in medicine and their constitutional ramification. Healing by gene therapy : hype or hope? / Martin Paul ; Biotechnology and the guarantee of human dignity / Martin Nettesheim.

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