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Protection of Conscience Project

Service, not Servitude
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Bernal EW, Hoover PS, Aroskar MA. The nurse's appeal to conscience. Hastings Cent Rep 1987 Apr;17(2):25-6 PMID: 3583708r

Ellean W. Bernal, Patricia S. Hoover

  • Alice Howard is a registered nurse at Hillside Nursing Home where she cares for Jane Barnes, a sixty-three-year-old woman who has terminal colon cancer. Mrs. Barnes is in considerable pain, which has been increasingly diffBcult to control. The attending physician, Dr. Jones, has ordered moderate doses of morphine. The family understands that at these doses morphine may depress respiratory effort, thus hastening death. . .

Clay T.  A question of conscience. Tradimus 1987 Summer;(5):20-2  PMID: 3424429

T. Clay

Davis BG.  Defining the employment rights of medical personnel within the parameters of personal conscience. Spec Law Dig Health Care (Mon) 1987 Oct;9(4):7-38  PMID: 10284390

B.G. Davis

Farber D. A case of conflict: religious belief, medicine, and civil liability. Second Opin (San Franc) 1987 Jul;5:58-75  PMID: 11649921

D. Farber

Gregg J. Codes, conscience and conflicts: ethical dilemmas in midwifery practice. Midwives Chron 1987 Dec;100(1199):392-5  PMID: 3431493

J. Gregg

Naughtie J.  An attack of conscience? Nurs Times 1987 Jan 28-Feb 3;83(4):24-5 PMID: 3644268

J. Naughtie

Tammelleo AD. Dilemma: your conscience or your job? Regan Rep Nurs Law 1987 Jun;28(1):1   PMID: 3648829

A.D. Tammelleo

Vousden M. Issues of conscience: end of an affair. Nurs Times 1987 May 20-26;83(20):18-9  PMID: 3648718

M. Vousden