Nancy Cruzan Court Case



Lectures and Interviews on the Nancy Cruzan Case

Then and Now:  A Debate on Revolutionary Neurological Research and Decision Making for the “Permanently Unconscious,” Joseph Fins, MD and Art Caplan, PhD

Arthur Caplan, PhD, Director, Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania, and Joseph Fins, MD, Chief of Medical Ethics, Weil Cornell Medical College, discuss their article in the Oct/Dec 2010 issue of the American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience focusing on problems in diagnosing and labeling patients in vegetative vs. minimally conscious states (December 3, 2010)

Respecting and Addressing Concerns of Disability Advocates, Paul Tobin

Where do we stand when it comes to people with disabilities and end of life issues? Paul Tobin, president and CEO of the United Spinal Association, will address this question in Kansas City at the Legacy of Nancy Cruzan Conference November 12 and 13, 2010. (October 20, 2010)

From Midwest Medical Ethics, Vol. 6 (4), 1990

Advance Directives in the 1990s, John McIver Gibson

Clear and Convincing Evidence – The Case of Nancy Cruzan

The Cruzan Decision: 9.5 Theses for Discussion

The Constitution and the Right to Die

Nancy Cruzan and the Best Interest Standard

Nancy Cruzan and the “Right to Die” – A Jewish Perspective

From Midwest Medical Ethics, Vol. 5 (1 & 2), Winter/Spring 1989

The Right to Die After Cruzan

A Philosophical Analysis of Substitute Decision-Making – The Case of Ms. Nancy Cruzan

The Reason of the Reasons in Cruzan

The Right of Privacy and The Right to Die

The Cruzan Decision by Richard A. McCormick, S.J.

The Cruzan Decision:  A Moral Commentary

The Cruzan Decision – A Confusion of Confusions

Jewish Legal Perspectives on Cruzan

From the Kansas City Star

Nancy Cruzan’s Legacy: Open Talk about Death with Dignity

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