Rationing Sanity

Un libro in lingua di Nelson James Lindemann (EDT) edito da Georgetown Univ Pr, 2003

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Nelson (philosophy, Michigan State U.) introduces ten chapters in which clinicians, scholars, and bioethicists examine dilemmas in fairly allocating scarce mental health resources. Their views and case studies treat issues "not innocent" of historical and power contexts, e.g., physician ethics vs. managed care's fiscal bottom line, changing norms, and degree of need. The editor explores moral theories relevant to applying the "worse-off principle." Other contributors counter the "prudent insurer" argument that services should be determined by insurance choices. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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