Publications

Publications 2016-12-15T00:12:54+00:00

2012 – São Paulo

Ética e Bioéthica Clínica no pluralismo e diversidade: teorias, experiências e perspectivas.Leo Pessini et al. (organizadores). São Paulo: Centro Universitário São Camilo: Idéias & Letras, 2012


2009 – Taipei

Formosan Journal of Medical Humanities, Volume 10, No 1&2, June 2009. Co-editors: Michael Cheng-tek and Ming-been Lee

  • George J. Agich, Understanding Criticisms of Clinical Ethics and Ethics Consultation, 8-20 (Link)
  • Hans-Martin Sass, Interactive Health Care Principles in the Clinical Setting: Competence, Compassion, Communication, Cooperation, Cultivation, 21-45 (Link)
  • Saša Ostojić, Nina Pereza and M. Louisa Pedri, Current View on Ethics and Genetics: The Importance of Progressive Evolution of Medical Genetics and Genetic Counseling, 46-72 (Link)
  • Søren Holm, The Role of Religion and Culture in Clinical Ethics Consultation, 73-80 (Link)
  • Philip Crowell, The Ethno-Cultural and Spiritual Impact on Ethical Consultations of End-of-Life Decision Making: An Inter-Pathetic and Pluralist Approach, 81-90 (Link)
  • Leo Pessini, Bioethics in Latin-America: Some Challenging Questions for the Present and Future, 91-101 (Link)
  • Motomu Shimoda, Rationality of Refusing Treatment: Clinical Ethics Conference at the Department of Emergency Medicine, 102-107 (Link)
  • Bogdana Todorova and Vasil Kolev, Moral Imperative in the Age of Genetic Medicine, 108-118 (Link)
  • Jaro Kotalik, Aboriginal Health Care in Canada-Bioethics Perspective, 119-13 (Link)
  • Xiao-Mei Zhai, On Physician-patient Trust Relationship and Medical Professionalism, 136-143 (Link)
  • Y. D. Huang, Book Review: Innocence and Healthcare: Utopia-Dr. Wu’s Reminiscence, 144-150 (Link)

2008 – Rijeka

Clinical Ethics, Volume 4, No 3, September 2009. Co-editors: Ainsley J Newson, Gerald Neitzke and Stella Reiter-Theil

  • Ainsley J Newson, Gerald Neitzke and Stella Reiter-Theil, The role of patients in European clinical ethics consultation, 109-110 (Link)
  • Ainsley J Newson, Clinical ethics committee case 7: our young patient is in heart failure but has multiple co-morbidities. How can we best care for him and his family?, 111-115 (Link)
  • Anne Slowther, Planning for and managing pandemic influenza, 116-118
  • Sara Fovargue and Suzanne Ost, A plea for precaution with public health: the xenotransplantation example, 119-124 (Link)
  • Reidun Førde and Thor Willy Ruud Hansen, Involving patients and relatives in a Norwegian clinical ethics committee: what have we learned?, 125-130 (Link)
  • Véronique Fournier, Eirini Rari, Reidun Førde, Gerald Neitzke, Renzo Pegoraro and Ainsley J Newson, Clinical ethics consultation in Europe: a comparative and ethical review of the role of patients, 131-138 (Link)
  • Ainsley J Newson, The role of patients in clinical ethics support: a snapshot of practices and attitudes in the United Kingdom, 139-145 (Link)
  • Gerald Neitzke, Patient involvement in clinical ethics services: from access to participation and membership, 146-151 (Link)
  • Eirini Rari and Véronique Fournier, Strengths and limitations of considering patients as ethics ‘actors’ equal to doctors: reflections on the patients’ position in a French clinical ethics consultation setting, 152-155 (Link)
  • Angela Clayton-Turner, Donating one’s brain for research – a very personal perspective, 156-158 (Link)
  • Priscilla Alderson, Why I wrote Children’s Consent to Surgery, 159 (Link)

2005 – Basel

“Thematic Section – Research on Clinical Ethics and Consultation.” Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy: A European Journal 11(1):3-56. Co-editors: Stella Reiter-Theil and George J. Agich

  • Stella Reiter-Theil and George J. Agich, Research on clinical ethics and consultation: Introduction to the theme, 3-5. (Link)
  • Sabine Beck, Andreas van de Loo and Stella Reiter-Theil, A “little bit illegal”? Withholding and withdrawing of mechanical ventilation in the eyes of German intensive care physicians, 7-16. (Link)
  • Reidun Forde, Reidar Pedersen and Victoria Akre, Clinicians’ evaluation of clinical ethics consultation in Norway: a qualitative study, 17-25. (Link)
  • Marion Danis, Adrienne Farrar, Christine Grady, Carol Taylor, Patricia O’Donnell, Karen Soeken and Connie Ulrich, Does fear of retaliation deter requests for ethics consultation?, 27-34. (Link)
  • Silviya Aleksandrova, Survey on the experience in ethical decision-making and attitude of Pleven University Hospital physicians towards ethics consultation, 35-42. (Link)
  • Bert Molewijk, Maarten Verkerk, Henk Milius and Guy Widdershoven, Implementing moral case deliberation in a psychiatric hospital: process and outcome, 43-56. (Link)

“Special Section – Coming of Age in Clinical Ethics Consultation: Time for Assessment and Evaluation.” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Volume 18, Issue 04, October 2009. Co-editors: George J. Agich and Stella Reiter-Theil

  • George J. Agich and Stella Reiter-Theil, Guest Editorial: Encouraging the Dialogue,333-337 (Link)
  • George J. Agich, Why Quality Is Addressed So Rarely in Clinical Ethics Consultation, 339-346 (Link)
  • Stella Reiter-Theil, Dealing with the Normative Dimension in Clinical Ethics Consultation, 347-359 (Link)
  • Gerd Richter, Clinical Ethics as Liaison Service: Concepts and Experiences in Collaboration with Operative Medicine, 360-370 (Link)
  • Mark P. Aulisio, Jessica Moore, May Blanchard, Marcia Bailey and Dawn Smith, Clinical Ethics Consultation and Ethics Integration in an Urban Public Hospital, 371-383 (Link)
  • Stuart G Finder, Is Consent Necessary for Ethics Consultation?, 384-396 (Link)
  • Anne Slowther, Ethics Case Consultation in Primary Care: Contextual Challenges for Clinical Ethicists, 397-405 (Link)
  • Margarete Pfäfflin, Klaus Kobert and Stella Reiter-TheilEvaluating Clinical Ethics Consultation: A European Perspective, 406-419 (Link)
  • Paul Schotsmans and Chris Gastmans, How to Deal with Euthanasia Requests: A Palliative Filter Procedure, 420-428 (Link)

Ralf Stutzki, Kathrin Ohnsorge, Stella Reiter-Theil (Hg.)(2011) Ethikkonsultation heute – vom Modell zur Praxis. LIT Verlag. TOC (German)