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Hastings Center Studies in Ethics series

Gregory E. Kaebnick and Daniel Callahan, series editors

The Hastings Center and Georgetown University Press are pleased to publish the Hastings Center Studies in Ethics. Established in 1969, The Hastings Center is an independent, nonprofit, and nonpartisan research organization that examines ethical issues in medicine and the life sciences. The work of the Center is mainly carried out through research projects, the publication of the Hastings Center Report and IRB: A Review of Human Subjects Research, and numerous workshops, conferences, lectures, and consultations. This series enables The Hastings Center to bring its ongoing research to wider audience. This series is no longer accepting new manuscripts.

Patient Safety and Policy Reform
Accommodating Pluralism
Ethical Issues in Managed Mental Health Care
Religion and Biotechnology Policy
How Much Freedom? Whose Responsibility?
The Forgotten Issues in Health Care Reform
A Hastings Center Introduction to Bioethics
Second Edition
Ethics and Outcomes Data in Context
Ethical and Social Implications
Moral and Policy Challenges of Long Acting Birth Control
The Coming Health Care Challenges
The Ethics and Politics of Setting Priorities