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Park Ridge Center, ethics, faith


Park Ridge Center, Park Ridge, IL: The April 1992 issue of "Second Opinion" (ISSN 0890-1570) includes:

  • Initial Comment: If Only... (Martin E. Marty) p. 8
  • Anger, Illness, and Healing (Arthur W. Frank) p. 11
  • The Way of Suffereing: A Reasoning of the Heart (Jerome A. Miller) p. 21
  • The Case: House Calls to Cardinal Jackson (David Schiedermayer) p. 35
  • Commentary: The Eyes Have It (Stanley Hauerwas) p. 41
  • Commentary: How Does Ideal Care Really Work? (Elizabeth M. Johnson) p. 44
  • A Question of Survival: An Interview with Reed Tuckson, p. 48
  • A Medicine of Strangers or a Medicine of Intimates: The Two Legacies of Karen Ann Quinlan (Mark Siegler) p. 64
  • Medical Ethics and Theology: The Accounting of the Generations (Martin E. Marty) p. 70
  • Reflection: The Need for Transcultural Nursing (Madeleine Leininger) p.83
  • On the Bioethics Front: Patient Autonomy: Revisiting a Concept (Ruth B. Purtilo) p. 86
  • On the Bioethics Front: Reflecting on the Body...and Ethics (Stanley Samuel Harakas) p. 86


April 1992

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Second opinion: Health, Faith, and Ethics, 1992, V17 N4, April



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