The Rhetoric of Biomedical Ethics
A guide to resources for PWR 1ST: The Rhetoric of Biomedical Ethics.
When does life begin? When should it end? What is the role of medicine, and how should humans practice it? How should we approach this science? How should we teach it? What should the medicine strive to accomplish—and what shouldn't it? These are some of the core questions of biomedicine, the study of human healthcare and science.
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Background and reference sources
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Use Searchworks to find books
Suggested keyword and subject terms to use in Searchworks to find print and e-books.
ethical implications research -- use topics on the left to limit further such as: Medical ethics, Medical genetics, Aging
ethical research -- use topics on the left to limit futher such as: Medicine, Animal Welfare, Children, Stem Cells