Pediatric Collections: Ethics Rounds: A Casebook in Pediatric Bioethics Part II
The ethical issues that arise in pediatrics vary drastically from those in other clinical settings. This essential collection presents cases that highlight ethical dilemmas that arise specifically in pediatrics including Autism; Adolescents and Young Adults; Social Media; Cardiology; COVID; Racism; and Child Abuse and Neglect focusing on child abuse, medical neglect, foster care, potential conflicts of interest, and forensic investigations. Complex cases in which multiple ethical concerns intertwine in important ways are also examined. This collection is intended to be a starting point for a discussion on pediatric bioethics and a reference when reflecting on similar cases. Available for purchase at https://shop.aap.org/pediatric-collections-ethics-rounds-a-casebook-in-pediatric-bioethics-part-ii-paperback/
Should a Teenager Be Allowed to Leave the Hospital Ama to Attend His Father’s Funeral?
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2022. "Should a Teenager Be Allowed to Leave the Hospital Ama to Attend His Father’s Funeral?", Pediatric Collections: Ethics Rounds: A Casebook in Pediatric Bioethics Part II, American Academy of Pediatrics, Armand H. Matheny Antommaria, MD
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