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Ethical and legal debates in Irish healthcare : confronting complexities / edited by Mary Donnelly and Claire Murray.

Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Irish society: Publisher: Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2016Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781784997205; 178499720X.Subject(s): Medical ethics -- Ireland | Medical care -- Law and legislation -- IrelandAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 174.2 LOC classification: R724 | .E85 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Ethical and legal debates in Irish healthcare ; Contents ; Contributors ; Series editor's foreword ; Introduction: Mary Donnelly and Claire Murray; Part I Context and care ; 1 Reproductive justice in Ireland: a feminist analysis of the Neary and Halappanavar cases: Joan McCarthy; 2 Conscientious objection, harm reduction and abortion care: Ruth Fletcher; 3 Why care about carers?: Claire Murray; Part II Rights and responsibilities ; 4 The limits of autonomy: an exploration of the role of autonomy in the debate about assisted suicide: Louise Campbell.
5 If they can consent, w hy can't they refuse?: Tom Walker6 Patient autonomy and responsibilities within the patient-doctor partnership: two sides of the same unequal coin?: Asim A. Sheikh; 7 Older people, human rights, law and policy: Mary Keys; 8 Legal and ethical considerations in involuntary admissions to long-term care: Shaun T. O'Keeffe; Part III Regulating research ; 9 Retention and use of human biological samples: the Guthrie card example: Deirdre Madden; 10 A moral gap? Examining Ireland's failure to regulate embryonic stem cell research: Ciara Staunton.
11 Children in clinical trials in Ireland: addressing the gaps in the legal framework: Katherine WadePart IV Oversight of decision-making ; 12 Governance failures and organisational ethics: perspectives from the Neary and Halappanavar cases: Heike Felzmann; 13 Psychiatric admission in Ireland: the role of country of origin: Brendan D. Kelly; 14 Protecting rights in mental health law: the relationship between the courts and mental health tribunals: Darius Whelan; 15 Patient-centred dying: the role of law: Mary Donnelly; 16 Improving end-of-life care in intensive care units: Barry Lyons.
Summary: This is an in-depth study of the contentious issues in Irish healthcare and deals with issues such as assisted suicide, abortion, adolescent treatment refusal, end of life care, retention of biological samples, involuntary admission to care and the regulation of stem cell research.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Cover; Ethical and legal debates in Irish healthcare ; Contents ; Contributors ; Series editor's foreword ; Introduction: Mary Donnelly and Claire Murray; Part I Context and care ; 1 Reproductive justice in Ireland: a feminist analysis of the Neary and Halappanavar cases: Joan McCarthy; 2 Conscientious objection, harm reduction and abortion care: Ruth Fletcher; 3 Why care about carers?: Claire Murray; Part II Rights and responsibilities ; 4 The limits of autonomy: an exploration of the role of autonomy in the debate about assisted suicide: Louise Campbell.

5 If they can consent, w hy can't they refuse?: Tom Walker6 Patient autonomy and responsibilities within the patient-doctor partnership: two sides of the same unequal coin?: Asim A. Sheikh; 7 Older people, human rights, law and policy: Mary Keys; 8 Legal and ethical considerations in involuntary admissions to long-term care: Shaun T. O'Keeffe; Part III Regulating research ; 9 Retention and use of human biological samples: the Guthrie card example: Deirdre Madden; 10 A moral gap? Examining Ireland's failure to regulate embryonic stem cell research: Ciara Staunton.

11 Children in clinical trials in Ireland: addressing the gaps in the legal framework: Katherine WadePart IV Oversight of decision-making ; 12 Governance failures and organisational ethics: perspectives from the Neary and Halappanavar cases: Heike Felzmann; 13 Psychiatric admission in Ireland: the role of country of origin: Brendan D. Kelly; 14 Protecting rights in mental health law: the relationship between the courts and mental health tribunals: Darius Whelan; 15 Patient-centred dying: the role of law: Mary Donnelly; 16 Improving end-of-life care in intensive care units: Barry Lyons.

This is an in-depth study of the contentious issues in Irish healthcare and deals with issues such as assisted suicide, abortion, adolescent treatment refusal, end of life care, retention of biological samples, involuntary admission to care and the regulation of stem cell research.

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Mary Donnelly is Professor of Law at University College Cork<br> <br> Claire Murray is Lecturer in Law at University College Cork

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