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Park Ridge Center, ethics, faith


Park Ridge Center, Park Ridge, IL: The April 1993 issue of "Second Opinion" ISSN (0890-1570) includes:

  • Initial Comment: On Their Own Terms (Martin E. Marty) p. 9
  • Communicating with Children: One Neighbor's View (Fred M. Rogers) p. 13
  • Many Losses (Rebecca Heatherington and Colleen Heatherington) p. 22
  • Care of the Dying Child: The Demands of Ethics (William G. Bartholome) p. 25
  • A Gift So Free: The Healing Arts for Our Nation's Children (Nancy B. Barcus) p. 43
  • Struggling toward Childhood: An Interview with Robert Coles (p.58)
  • Pastoral Care in Candyland: Maintaining Power and Life in a World of Illness (Donald J. Camp) p. 73
  • The Case: What Should Leah Be Told? (John D. Lantos) p. 81
  • Commentary: An Uninformed Choice (Stacy K. Offner) p. 87
  • Commentary: Caring for Leah (Tod S. Chambers) p. 91
  • Do the "Baby Doe" Rules Ignore Suffering? (Loretta M. Kopelman) p. 101
  • Reflection: Looking on the Heart (Richard Matern) p. 116
  • On the Bioethics Front: Heartbreak and Heart's Ease: Thinking about Organ Donation (Dena S. Davis) p. 118
  • On the Bioethics Front: The Difference That Family Makes (David B. Fletcher) p. 118


April 1993

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Please credit Advocate Aurora Health as the source of this material.

Second opinion: Health, Faith, and Ethics, 1993, V18 N4, April



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