Bibliographic Details. Title: Military Medical Ethics (2 Volume set). Booksellers since 1987 specializing in out-of-print & collectible books Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, PayPal (bookbumsl. com, and personal checks checks in .
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Military medical ethics (MME) is a specialized branch of medical ethics with implications .
Military medical ethics (MME) is a specialized branch of medical ethics with implications for military ethics. Both are primarily fields of applied ethics, the study of moral values and judgments as they apply to the specific contexts of medicine and military affairs, respectively. Within a garrison (peacetime or non-deployed) setting, precepts of MME may not differ much from medical ethics in a civilian context and usually employ the same decision-making processes.
Military medical ethics (MME) is a specialized branch of medical ethics with .
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Grodin, Michael A. and George J. Annas (2005), Military Medical Ethics , New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 352:312-314, Number 3, (January 20 issue). Categories: Applied ethics.
In: Beam, Thomas . Sparacino, Linette . Pellegrino, Edmund . Hartle, Anthony . Howe, Edmund . eds. Military Medical Ethics. Volume 2. Washington, DC: TMM Publications, Borden Institute, Walter Reed Army Medical Center; 2003: 719-738. Ethics; Government Ethics; Health Care for Particular Diseases or Groups; Health Care Programs for Women; Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome or HIV Infection
Military Medical Ethics. This textbook is a two-volume work that represents, by any measure, a body of significant scholarship on the broad subject of medical ethics
Military Medical Ethics. Washington, DC: Office of the Surgeon General, 2003. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Online September 2007, 35 (3) 399-400; Ezra E. H. Griffith. This textbook is a two-volume work that represents, by any measure, a body of significant scholarship on the broad subject of medical ethics. Indeed, its military dimension adds substance to what it has to offer, and I recommend it to those general and forensic psychiatrists who have any interest in medical ethics.
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