The Moral Implications Of Bioethics

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  • Introduction of topic, ask audience if they know what,
  • Bring up the history surrounding cloning (Dolly the Sheep), talk about importance of end-of-life consultation (as the Baby Boom Gen. gets older and older), and the push for stem cell research (Christopher Reeve and his handicap).
  • State thesis- While steeped in controversy, medical professionals should not compromise the humanitarian and moral aspects of their job by refusing to conduct practices such as stem cell research, cloning and end-of-life consultation.
  • Developed this thesis because: Talk about interest in topic, importance to today’s society, and rampant ignorance about the topic PLAY VIDEO CLIP
  • Things in support of stem cell research
  • History of the debate- landmark cases for (Gonzales v. Oregon) and against (Vacco v. Quill). Mention the attempt at including end-of-life consultation in the health care bill
  • Slow acceptance of cloning as a boon in the scientific community
  • Reasoning behind choosing a survey and reasoning behind polling adults
  • Distribute survey, talk about why
  • What went right;
  • What went wrong
  • What I learned
  • Learn more about the important issues of our era
  • Have an Opinion!
  • The Moral Implications Of Bioethics

    1. 1. The Moral Implications of Bioethics http://randallhmiller.com/playing-god-with-stem-cell-research /
    2. 2. Why Should You Care? http://www.psu.edu/ur/archives/intercom_2000/Oct19/Images/Reeve_Christopher.jpg http://www.flickr.com/photos/12692384@N00/257937032 http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/11_02/DollySheepR_468x336.jpg
    3. 3. http://interactive.usc.edu/members/mstein/scientist.jpg …should not compromise the humanitarian and moral aspects of their job…
    4. 4. <ul><li>http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/mon-august-13-2001/stem-cell-debate </li></ul>
    5. 5. … we affirm the use of stem cell tissue for research… Presbyterian Church 1980 Principles of Medical Ethics … compassion and respect for human dignity… advance scientific knowledge… I support stem cell research… Arnold Schwarzenegger http://randallhmiller.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/cell-research.jpg
    6. 6. http://breakthroughtogod.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/144.jpg Vacco v. Quill States have a legitimate interest in outlawing assisted suicide… Gonzales v. Oregon The Controlled Substances Act does not empower the Attorney General of the United States to prohibit doctors from prescribing regulated drugs for use in physician-assisted suicide…
    7. 7. http://meredith007.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/mouse-human-ear.jpg The Declaration of Helsinki …duty of the physician to remain the protector of the life and health of that person on whom biomedical research is being carried out…
    8. 8. http://www.texarkana.bbb.org/Storage/173/images/census-workers.jpg
    9. 9. Take a Look! http://www.cse.unt.edu/people/StudentNewsletters/2008Apr/survey.gif
    10. 10. What Went Right Good Perspective of Opinion http://raisingwomensvoices08.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/survey-pic2.jpg
    11. 11. What Went Wrong http://visionsofadonai.com/store/images/Survey.jpg Limited Response
    12. 12. Distribute more surveys next time Develop more in-depth and comprehensive questions Look beyond pre-conceived notions What Did I Learn?
    13. 13. Seek understanding! http://www.rehab4life.co.uk/CMSFiles/Images/understanding-the-brain.jpg
    14. 14. Have an opinion! http://cs.clarku.edu/~jbreecher/public/last_DIR/images/Thinker.jpg
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