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  1. Women, Pregnancy, and Health Information Online: The Making of Informed Patients and Ideal Mothers.Nicole Smith Dahmen, Lisa Lundy, Jennifer Ellis West & Felicia Wu Song - 2012 - Gender and Society 26 (5):773-798.
    While the Internet has emerged as a significant resource for women negotiating the questions and circumstances that arise during conception, pregnancy and childbirth, it remains unclear what role the Internet plays in challenging the current biomedical paradigm and empowering women to make meaningful choices. This article explores how women use the Internet to manage their pregnancies and mediate their doctor–patient relationships, particularly examining the role of social class and personal health history in shaping such Internet use. Drawing from in-depth interviews (...)
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  • A New Reformation in Medicine.D. R. Maddox - 2014 - Christian Bioethics 20 (1):97-111.
    Calvin approached every question that confronted him by turning to the Scriptures. His spiritual heirs were the makers of modern medicine. However, the fruit borne by his theology has become rotten, through secularization and the excess of its success. By returning to the Scriptures, and particularly Calvin's understanding of the role of the deacon, we can begin again to do the work Christ has for us in the world, building the true City and reversing the curse.
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  • Verdad y atención al enfermo terminal.Luís G. Soto & Carlos Sánchez Fernández de la Vega - 2013 - Revista de Filosofía (Madrid) 38 (1):139-158.
    The aim of this text is to examine the issue of truth telling in doctor-patient relationships, namely in the case of terminal patients. We analyze the problems and attitudes regarding truth telling that there are present when patients suffer from mortal diseases. We conclude that it is very important to keep a fluent and truthful communication in the doctor-patient relationship. We also examine and stress the role that general practitioners can play in the care of terminal patients at their home (...)
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  • A Christian Physician: Combining Conscience, Philanthropia, and Calling.Michael J. Sleasman & Gregory W. Rutecki - 2016 - Christian Bioethics 22 (3):340-362.
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  • Back to Basics in Bioethics: Reconciling Patient Autonomy with Physician Responsibility.Antonio Casado da Rocha - 2009 - Philosophy Compass 4 (1):56-68.