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The Ethics of Health Care Rationing By John Butler

The Ethics of Health Care Rationing by John Butler

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Summary

This volume explains why, and in what ways, health care is being rationed in the late-1990s health service. It examines the ethical questions which arise from this rationing and includes personal case studies from surgeons to geriatric advisors.

The Ethics of Health Care Rationing Summary

The Ethics of Health Care Rationing by John Butler

This volume explains why, and in what ways, health care is being rationed in the late-1990s health service. It examines the ethical questions which arise from this rationing and includes personal case studies, from surgeons to geriatric advisors.

Table of Contents

Scarcity and Rationing Choosing Between Individuals Ethics and the Structures of Health Care Rationing Ethics and the Processes of Health Care Rationing Ethics and the outcomes of Health Care Rationing Stories From the Coal-Face Principles, Practices and Ethics

Additional information

GOR002288683
9780304705825
0304705829
The Ethics of Health Care Rationing by John Butler
Used - Very Good
Paperback
SAGE Publications Ltd
1999-01-30
256
N/A
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