Vol. 9 Nbr. 1, September 2010
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- Protection of health-care providers' rights of conscience in American law: present, past, and future.
- Refusals of conscience: what are they and when should they be accommodated?
- Individual rights vs. institutional identity: the relational dimension of conscience in health care.
- Conscientious objection in clinical practice: notice, informed consent, referral, and emergency treatment.
- Empowering private protection of conscience.
- The right to conscience and the First Amendment.
- Duty first: towards patient-centered care and limitations on the right to refuse for moral, religious or ethical reasons.
- Professional conscientious objection in medicine with attention to referral.