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Copyright

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Table of Content

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pp. 1-2

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Part A: Introduction

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pp. 3-13

Organ transplantation is a thrilling new option of modern surgery yielding hope for chronically ill patients, and, at the same time, stirring controversial ethical questions on human identity and the meaning of the human body. Being a global and transnational endeavour, organ transplantation ...

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Part B: Case studies

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pp. 15-65

Mr. A.B.4 is 57 years old. He is an Arab citizen, married and has three children: a 22-year-old son, a student; a 27-year-old son, married and father of two young children; and a 32-year- old daughter, unmarried. Mr. A.B. has been suffering from acute chronic renal failure for two ...

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Part C: Movies as teaching material – ethical issues in organ transplantation

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pp. 67-68

Movies can be a wonderful starting point to teach the ethics of organ transplantation. They usually rely on a kind of moral knowledge. Teachers can use these popular narratives for bioethical reflection: they provide useful, compelling, and even “cool” case studies for bioethical ...

Table of movies

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pp. 69-74

Literature on the use of movies for medical ethics education

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p. 75

Websites / open access

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p. 78

List of Contributors

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pp. 77-81