on 18 March 2013
This book enables you to consider alternative views of ethocal approaches and decision making than those commonly used in UK medical ethics discussions (Beauchampt & Chldress, Seedhouse etc.). It is useful in both theological and ethical discussions to promote discussion. My only problem with buying this in the Kindle version is the difficulty getting to alternative chapters, rather than plodding my way through every page. As a mere student I can't afford to update my model, so I will have to stick to the traditional approach, page by page!