Sport, Medicine, Ethics.
By: McNamee, Mike.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (229 p.).ISBN: 9781134618330.Subject(s): Athletes -- Health and hygiene | Medical ethics | Sports medicine -- Moral and ethical aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Sport, Medicine, EthicsDDC classification: 174.2/971027 | 174.2971027 LOC classification: RC1210 .S648 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover ; Half Title ; Dedication; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Table of Contents ; Acknowledgements; 1 Locating the ethics in sports medicine ethics; Part I Sports medicine as an ethical practice; 2 Why sports medicine is not medicine; 3 Whose Prometheus?: Transhumanism, biotechnology and the moral topography of sports medicine; 4 Ethical practice and sports physician protection: a proposal; Part II Professional ethics and sports medicine; 5 On the duty of the doctor not to disclose athlete doping data without consent; 6 Sports medicine, confidentiality and the press
7 Sports physicians and anti-doping governance: between assistance and negligencePart III Ethically significant concepts in sports medicine: health, wellbeing and harm; 8 Suffering in and for sport: some philosophical remarks on a painful emotion; 9 Sport, physical activity and wellbeing: an objectivist proposal; 10 Investigating eating disorders in elite gymnasts: conceptual, ethical and methodological issues; Part IV Doping and the ethics of performance enhancement; 11 Ethical and juridical peculiarities in doping policy; 12 Beyond consent: the ethics of paediatric doping
13 The spirit of sport and the medicalization of anti-doping: empirical and normative ethicsPart V Genetics and the future of sports medicine; 14 Genetic testing and sports medicine ethics; 15 What's wrong with genetic enhancement in sport?; 16 Gene transfer for pain: a tool to cope with the intractable, or an unethical endurance-enhancing technology?; Bibliography; Index
<P>The ethics of sports medicine is an important emerging area within biomedical ethics. The professionalization of medical support services in sport and continuing debates around issues such as performance-enhancing technologies or the health and welfare of athletes mean that all practitioners in sport, as well as researchers with an interest in sports ethics, need to develop a clear understanding of the ethical aspects of the sport-medicine nexus. </P><P>This timely collection of articles explores the conceptual and practical issues that shape and define ethics in sports medicine. Examining
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