restricted access   Volume 6, Number 1, Spring 2016

Table of Contents

Editors’ Note

p. v
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Narrative Symposium: Political Influence on Bioethical Deliberation

Introduction: Political Influence on Bioethical Deliberation

pp. 1-3
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Full Collection of Personal Narratives

Narrative Symposium: Political Influence on Bioethical Deliberation

pp. 3-36
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Individual Personal Narratives

Between Policy and Politics: When Bioethics Ventures into Public Debate

pp. 3-6
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Political Pitfalls in Policymaking: The Texas HPV Vaccine Policy Saga

pp. 6-10
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Failure is Not an Option?

pp. 10-13
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Caught in a Non–Kosher Pickle

pp. 13-15
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A House Divided: Coerciveness Within One’s Own Tradition

pp. 15-18
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Conflicts of Interest in the IRB World

pp. 18-20
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You Can’t Legislate Death

pp. 20-23
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Procuring Pressure

pp. 23-26
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Fumble

pp. 26-28
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An Incautious Tale of Biomedical Ethics, Abortion Politics and Political Expediency

pp. 28-31
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Making Sausage

pp. 31-33
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I Should Have Known (Better?)

pp. 34-36
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Commentary

Political Pressures in the Life of Ethicists: Opportunities for Professional Moral Development

pp. 37-42
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Fear and Loathing in Bioethics

pp. 43-46
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Power, Professional Naiveté and Environmental Icebergs: Navigating the Bioethics Ecosystem

pp. 47-50
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Research Article

Is “Active Surveillance” an Acceptable Alternative?: A Qualitative Study of Couples’ Decision Making about Early-Stage, Localized Prostate Cancer

pp. 51-61
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Case Study

A Life Below the Threshold?: Examining Conflict Between Ethical Principles and Parental Values in Neonatal Treatment Decision Making

pp. 63-71
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