AIDS: Crisis in Professional Ethics
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Professionals face tough questions raised by the AIDS pandemic
Elliot D. Cohen is Professor of Philosophy at Indian River Community College and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Applied Philosophy.Michael Davis is Senior Research Associate at the Center for the Study of Ethics in Professions, Illinois Institute of Technology.
Introduction 1. AIDS: Moral Dilemmas for Physicians - Albert Flores 2. Nursing and AIDS: Some Special Challenges - Joan C. Callahan and Jill Powell 3. The Dentist's Obligation to Treat Patients with HIV: A Patient's Perspective - Michael Davis 4. HIV and the Professional Responsibility of the Early Childhood Educator - Kenneth Kipnis 5. AIDS in the Workplace: Options and Responsibilities - Al Gini and Michael Davis 6. Leading by Example: AIDS Policy and the University's Social Responsibility - Howard Cohen 7. What Would a Virtuous Counselor Do? Ethical Problems in Counseling Clients with HIV - Elliot D. Cohen 8. The Attorney, the Client with HIV, and the Duty to Warn - Martin Gunderson 9. AIDS: A Transformative Challenge for Clergy - Joseph A. Edelheit 10. Journalistic Responsibilities and AIDS - Michael Pritchard 11. AIDS and a Politician's Right to Privacy - Vincent J. Samar A Bibliography on AIDS and Professional Ethics - Sohair ElBaz and William Pardue About the Contributors Index
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