|1."Bioethics" by Nancy S Jecker|
“Bioethics” Book Review: This book is suitable for advanced students and professionals who want to learn more about bioethics. It covers different topics and issues related to bioethics and discusses ethical debates. The book also compares the Terri Schiavo and Karen Ann Quinlan cases. It provides an advanced introduction to bioethics, making it a useful reference book for those interested in this field.
|2."Bioethics: Principles, Issues and Cases" by Lewis Vaughn|
“Bioethics: Principles, Issues, and Cases” Book Review: This book explains ethical issues related to healthcare. It starts by explaining what ethics is and then discusses different moral theories. The book covers topics that are commonly debated in bioethics. The updated version includes challenges faced by healthcare professionals and additional information in text boxes. The book helps readers learn how to evaluate moral arguments in real-life situations. There are also exercises and an appendix for further learning.
|3."Bioethics: An Anthology" by Helga Kuhse|
“Bioethics: An Anthology” Book Review: This book covers all the important ethical topics related to bioethics and is meant for biotechnology, chemistry, research, and science students. It includes sections on embryos, fetuses, genetics, neuroethics, life, death, and resource allocation, as well as public health, AIDS, and human and animal experimentation. The book provides both theoretical and practical information on the subject and includes solved examples, exercises, and short questions at the end of each chapter.
|4."Bioethics : Current Issues And Challenges" by Rajpal Kaur|
|5."Bioethics: An Introduction and Critique" by H Tristram Engelhardt|
“The Foundations of Bioethics: An Introduction and Critique” Book Review: This book thoroughly explains bioethics in an organized and detailed manner. It not only presents theoretical information but also explores challenging topics related to health and illness. The book also discusses the rights of patients. It presents both critical and controversial content for readers.
|6."Bioethics and Biosafety" by M K Sateesh|
“Bioethics and Biosafety” Book Review: This book is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students in the field of biotechnology. It aims to attract the attention of teachers and policy makers as well. The book discusses several topics related to bioethics, biosafety, and their applications in biotechnology. It includes numerous illustrations and examples, and it is written in clear and simple language. The book is up-to-date with the latest research, and it provides detailed explanations of each topic, including the ethical aspects of biotechnology. The book also provides a brief overview of the Indian Biodiversity Act at the end.
|7."Bioethics: The Basics" by Alastair V Campbell|
“Bioethics: The Basics 1st Edition” Book Review: This is a comprehensive guide to understanding the field of bioethics. The book delves into the complex and thought-provoking ethical issues that arise in the context of modern medicine and biotechnology. Campbell explores key concepts in bioethics, such as autonomy, justice, and beneficence, and uses relevant case studies to illustrate how these concepts apply in real-world scenarios.
|8."Bioethics: An Anthology (Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies)" by Helga Kuhse and Udo Schüklenk|
“Bioethics: An Anthology (Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies)3rd Edition” Book Review: The latest version of this book emphasizes the recent advancements in the field of bioethics. It covers the primary ethical issues and each topic is described in detail by experts in bioethics. The book is also equipped with an index, making it easier for readers to access the content.
|9."Bioethics: An Introduction" by Marianne Talbot|
“Bioethics: An Introduction 1st Edition” Book Review: This book presents bioethical theories and their philosophical foundations in an easy-to-understand way. It includes over 250 self-reflective exercises and additional information boxes in each chapter. The book also provides well-explained case studies and ends each chapter with quizzes and summaries. The simplified explanation of complex concepts makes this book suitable for beginners.
|10."The American Experience in Bioethics (SpringerBriefs in Ethics)" by Lisa Newton|
“The American Experience in Bioethics (SpringerBriefs in Ethics)” Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive overview of the development of bioethics in the United States. It covers a range of ethical issues in the healthcare system, from medical research to the provision of medical and nursing care. The book provides a thorough examination of key principles and rules that have been established over time, and includes discussions on controversial topics such as birth, death, cloning, and organ transplants. The author also offers insightful suggestions on providing healthcare for all. This is an essential read for anyone interested in understanding the evolution of bioethics in the US healthcare system.
|11."Bioethics with Liberty and Justice: Themes in the Work of Joseph M. Boyle: 110 (Philosophy and Medicine)" by Christopher Tollefsen|
“Bioethics with Liberty and Justice: Themes in the Work of Joseph M. Boyle: 110 (Philosophy and Medicine)” Book Review: This book is intended for professionals in the fields of biotechnology, chemistry, research, and science. It examines the relationship between political rights and healthcare, exploring bioethics through the lens of liberty and justice. The book covers Boyle’s theorems and the new natural law theory, discussing the role of natural law and the natural law tradition in the field of bioethics. It includes exercises, solved examples, and short questions at the end of each chapter.
|12."Contemporary Controversies in Catholic Bioethics (Philosophy and Medicine)" by Jason T Eberl|
“Contemporary Controversies in Catholic Bioethics (Philosophy and Medicine)” Book Review: This book is intended for biotechnology professionals, chemists, researchers, and scientists. It delves into the formation and principles of moral values in bioethics, covering topics such as abortion, euthanasia, and reproductive cloning. The book not only covers the theoretical aspects but also the practical applications of bioethics. It includes solved examples, exercises, and short questions at the end of each chapter.
|13."The Philosophy and Practice of Medicine and Bioethics: A Naturalistic-Humanistic Approach (International Library of Ethics, Law, and the New Medicine)" by Barbara Maier and Warren A Shibles|
“The Philosophy and Practice of Medicine and Bioethics: A Naturalistic-Humanistic Approach (International Library of Ethics, Law, and the New Medicine)” Book Review: This book challenges the traditional methods in medicine and adds a comprehensive humanistic perspective and philosophy to medical care. It does not provide specific recommendations but rather presents arguments on various medical issues for critical analysis. The book advocates for a philosophy of medicine and includes practical philosophers such as pragmatists, humanists, and naturalists. It also discusses a new definition of a good lifestyle that involves holistic thinking, personality, and actions. The “Metaphorical Method” is also introduced and used to examine topics such as care, egoism, and altruism.
|14."Bioethics as Practice (Studies in Social Medicine)" by Judith Andre|
“Bioethics as Practice (Studies in Social Medicine)” Book Review: This book is for philosophers, chemists, researchers, and scientists. It explains the principles and concepts of bioethics, covering topics such as care, egoism, altruism, and letting die. It also discusses the practical applications of bioethics and the technologies used in medical treatment. The book contains solved examples, exercises, and short questions at the end of each chapter.
|15."Privacy, Confidentiality, and Health Research (Cambridge Bioethics and Law)" by Dr William W Lowrance|
“Privacy, Confidentiality, and Health Research (Cambridge Bioethics and Law Book 20) 1st Edition” Book Review: The book focuses on e-health and how it can be fully utilized. It discusses the ethical concerns related to this approach and provides examples. The book includes detailed case studies and solutions to help address the issues.
2. IPR, Biosafety and Bioethics
|1."IPR, Biosafety and Bioethics" by Goel And Parashar|
“IPR, Biosafety and Bioethics” Book Review: This book covers three important areas of patenting: IPR, biosafety, and ethics. It explains the concepts of copyright, patents, and trademarks, and also includes information on industrial designs and geographical indications. The book also discusses biosafety and bioethical issues. This book is particularly useful for students in India.
|2."Genetically Modified Crops and Agricultural Development (Palgrave Studies in Agricultural Economics and Food Policy)" by Matin Qaim|
“Genetically Modified Crops and Agricultural Development (Palgrave Studies in Agricultural Economics and Food Policy)” Book Review: The book provides information about the latest advancements and upcoming possibilities in the field of crops. It explains how these crops can be used. It also covers the important topics of sustainable agriculture and ensuring food security.
|3."Biosafety and Bioethics" by Rajmohan Joshi|
|4."Bioethics and Biosafety in Biotechnology" by V Sree Krishna|
“Bioethics and Biosafety in Biotechnology” Book Review: Undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as those pursuing B.Tech. and B.E. in Biotechnology, can benefit from this book. It provides a comprehensive explanation of various Bioethics and Biosafety measures, as well as Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Protection (IPP) patents. The book also covers topics such as copyrights, trade secrets, and trademarks.
|5."An Introduction to Ethical, Safety and Intellectual Property Rights Issues in Biotechnology" by Padma Nambisan|
“An Introduction to Ethical, Safety and Intellectual Property Rights Issues in Biotechnology” Book Review: This book explains the issues and challenges in the field using simple language. It is suitable for graduate students and early career researchers. The topics covered include the Human Genome Project, human cloning, rDNA technology, animal welfare, and the 3Rs. It also discusses bioterrorism, genetic discrimination, and human rights. The book provides information on good laboratory practices, good manufacturing practices, and the protection of biological materials. Additionally, it includes case studies, examples, web links, and other helpful resources.