Academic journal article The Hastings Center Report

Hastings Center Report: Volume 31, 2001. (Index)

Academic journal article The Hastings Center Report

Hastings Center Report: Volume 31, 2001. (Index)

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Following is the comprehensive index for Volume 31 of the Hastings Center Report. Letters and In Brief items of less than 400 words have not been included. & In most cases, complete issues are available for Volume 31 (2001) and may be purchased for $15.00 each. Please contact the Membership Department, The Hastings Center, 21 Malcolm Gordon Road, Garrison, NY 10524-5555; tel.: (845) 424-4040; fax: (845) 424-4545; e-mail:


Agich, George J., see Biller-Andorno, Nikola

Anderson, James A., see Weijer, Charles

Anglican Working Group in Bioethics, see Cohen, Cynthia B.

Ballenger, Jesse F., see Whitehouse, Peter J.

Barnard, David, Sketches from the Artists' Notebooks: Benjamin Freedman and the Development of Ethics Consultation (review of Freedman, The Roles and Responsibilities of the Ethics Consultant: A Retrospective Analysis of Cases), Nov-Dec, 41-43

Baylis, Francoise, Canadian Regulation of Assisted Reproductive Technologies? Jul-Aug, 8

Benjamin, Martin, Between Subway and Spaceship: Practical Ethics at the Outset of the Twenty-first Century, Jul-Aug, 24-31

Biller-Andorno, Nikola and George J. Agich, An Extremely Urgent Transplantation? Mar-Apr, 27-28

Brody, Howard, Assisted Suicide for Those Not Terminally Ill, Jan-Feb, 7

Brown, David, The Physician's Novelist (review of Elliott and Lantos, The Last Physician: Walker Percy and the Moral Life of Medicine), Mar-Apr, 42-43

Callahan, Daniel, Doing Good and Doing Well, Mar-Apr, 19-21

Callahan, Daniel, Thirty Years of the Report: 1971-2001, May-Jun, 48

Caplan, Arthur and Glenn McGee, Fetal Cell Implants: What We Learned, May-Jun, 6

Charo, R. Alta, Bush's Stem Cell Compromise: A Few Mirrors? Nov-Dec, 6-7

Cochran, Clarke E., Social Solidarity and Health Care Reform (review of Lavastida, Health Care and the Common Good: A Catholic Theory of Justice), Mar-Apr, 43-44

Cohen, Cynthia B., Sondra E. Wheeler,

David A. Scott, and the Anglican Working Group in Bioethics, Walking a Fine Line: Physician Inquiries into Patients' Religious and Spiritual Beliefs, Sep-Oct, 29-39

Cohen, Cynthia B., Cloning Hearing Moves Congress toward a Ban, May-Jun, 6-7

Crigger, Bette-Jane, Let Us Imagine ..., Jan-Feb, 6

Davis, Lennard J., Disability Studies and the Victorians (review of O'Connor, Raw Material: Producing Pathology in Victorian Culture), Nov-Dec, 44-45

Donaldson, Thomas, The Business Ethics of Bioethics Consulting, Mar-Apr, 12-14

Dorff, Elliot N., A Narrow Ridge, a Larger Vision, (review of Zoloth, Health Care and the Ethics of Encounter: A Jewish Discussion of Social Justice, and Davis and Zoloth, Notes from a Narrow Ridge: Religion and Bioethics), May-Jun, 44-46

Doukas, David John, and Michael Aristides

Doukas, Turning from "Cure" to "Care," Sep-Oct, 10-11

Doukas, Michael Aristides, see Doukas, David John

Dresser, Rebecca, Defining Research Misconduct: Will We Know It When We See It? May-Jun, 31-32

Dresser, Rebecca, Procreation and Punishment, Nov-Dec, 8-9

Dubler, Nancy, see Schneiderman, Lawrence J.

Dunne, Tad, Spiritual Care at the End of Life, Mar-Apr, 22-26

Dwyer, James, Babel, Justice, and Democracy: Reflections on a Shortage of Interpreters at a Public Hospital, Mar-Apr, 31-36

Dwyer, James, see Jacobs, Allan

Elliott, Carl, Throwing a Bone to the Watch-dog, Mar-Apr, 9-12

Fein, Jerry E., see Schneiderman, Lawrence J.

Fins, Joseph J., A Decided Lack of Empathy (review of Satel, PC, M.D.: How Political Correctness Is Corrupting Medicine), Sep-Oct, 46-47

Fleck, Leonard M., Deliberative Democracy for Bioethics: Could the Web Help? Jul-Aug, 7

Fogg-Davis, Hawley, Navigating Race in the Market for Human Gametes, Sep-Oct, 13-21

Gaines, Atwood D. …

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