Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Young Children

Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Young Children

A Comparative Perspective

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Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

09/2020

400

Dura

Inglês

9781509928569

15 a 20 dias

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1. Introduction Imogen Goold, Cressida Auckland and Jonathan Herring 2. Identifying Who and What, then How: Attending to the Role of the Decision-Maker in the Normative Debate about the Best Interests Standard Rosalind McDougall 3. Parental Rights, Best Interests and Significant Harm: Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Children in Belgium Ingrid Boone 4. 'Parental Rights', 'Best Interests' and the Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment of Children in Scotland: A Lack of Authority Alan Brown 5. Parental Decisions on their Children's Medical Treatment in Switzerland Andrea Buchler 6. Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Minors: The Hong Kong Context Daisy Cheung 7. Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Children in China: A Multidimensional Analysis of Parental Authoritarianism Ding Chunyan 8. Parental Rights in Mexican Law Mariana Dobernig Gago 9. Decision-Making on Behalf of Children in the Research and Clinical Context: A United States Perspective Leslie Francis, Jeff Botkin and Douglas Diekema 10. Withholding and Withdrawal of Life-Prolonging Treatment from Young Children in Israel Roy Gilbar 11. Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Children in English and Welsh Law: A Child-Centred Best Interests Approach Imogen Goold, Cressida Auckland and Jonathan Herring 12. Parental Rights, Best Interests and Significant Harms: Singapore and Malaysia Perspectives on Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Children Calvin WL Ho and Sharon Kaur 13. Decisions about their Body: Children's Rights and Parental Responsibility in Chile Fabiola Lathrop Gomez 14. Who has the Final Word? On Trust and Legal Uncertainty within the Swedish Healthcare System Pernilla Leviner 15. Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Children in Ireland Lydia Bracken and John Lombard 16. Decisionally Incapable Children and Medical Treatment Choices in Canada Constance MacIntosh 17. Offering a Reasonable Future: Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment from Infants in French Law with Illustrations from a Parisian Neonatal Resuscitation Unit Jean-Frederic Menard 18. Parental Responsibility and Medical Decision-Making in Southern Africa: A Comparative Analysis of South Africa and Botswana Admark Moyo 19. Young Children and Healthcare Decisions in Spain: Who Decides? Monica Navarro-Michel 20. Who Decides the Best Interests of the Child in the End-of-Life Process? A Look at the Peruvian and Argentine Reality Paula Siverino Bavio 21. Reviewing Medical Decisions Concerning Infants within the Norwegian Healthcare System: A Public Law Approach Karl Harald Sovig 22. Children and Medical Decision-Making in Australia Post-Gard: A Possible Reformulation Cameron Stewart 23. Parental Authoritarianism and Medical Decision-Making in Thailand: The Need to Limit Parental Authority Thitinant Tengaumnuay 24. Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Critically Ill Minors in Greece Theodoros Trokanas 25. Making Decisions for Children in Healthcare and Medical Research: African Communal Responsibility or Individual Rights? Samuel J Ujewe 26. The Relevance of Cultural Competence to Resolving Disputes in Relation to Medical Decisions for Children Ben Gray 27. Legal and Cultural Differences in Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Very Young Children Imogen Goold and Cressida Auckland
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