2006 - Member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)
Dan W. Brock mostly deals with Health care, Bioethics, Medical ethics, Informed consent and MEDLINE. Health care is the subject of his research, which falls under Law. The concepts of his Bioethics study are interwoven with issues in Contemporary philosophy, Political philosophy, Eugenics and Economic Justice.
His Medical ethics study incorporates themes from Voluntariness, Social psychology and Distributive justice. His studies deal with areas such as Principle of double effect, Research ethics and Terminal Sedation as well as Informed consent. His MEDLINE research incorporates themes from Valuation, Public policy and Cost-effectiveness analysis.
Dan W. Brock mainly focuses on Health care, Law, Social psychology, Bioethics and Law and economics. His study in Health care is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nursing, Justice, Actuarial science and MEDLINE. His Law study frequently involves adjacent topics like Argument.
His Social psychology research focuses on Harm in particular. His studies in Bioethics integrate themes in fields like Eugenics, Philosophical methodology, Distributive justice, Medical ethics and Social science. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Law and economics, concentrating on Autonomy and intersecting with Value.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Intensive care medicine, Health care, Informed consent, Medical ethics and Law. The study incorporates disciplines such as Effective treatment, Equity, Actuarial science, Value and Public health in addition to Health care. Dan W. Brock has researched Informed consent in several fields, including Principle of double effect, Bioethics, Sudden cardiac death and Medical emergency.
His Medical ethics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Normative ethics, Moral responsibility, Nursing ethics and Legal norm. The Law study combines topics in areas such as Organ transplantation and Organ donation. His MEDLINE research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Public relations and Public policy.
His main research concerns Health care, Medical ethics, Public health, Law and MEDLINE. His work deals with themes such as Cancer, Equity and Operations management, which intersect with Health care. His research in Medical ethics intersects with topics in Bioethics, Research ethics and Informed consent, Common Rule.
In Public health, Dan W. Brock works on issues like Psychological intervention, which are connected to Public relations. His work on Legal norm, Normative ethics, Moral responsibility and Conservatism is typically connected to Bright line as part of general Law study, connecting several disciplines of science. Dan W. Brock works mostly in the field of MEDLINE, limiting it down to topics relating to Medical emergency and, in certain cases, Withholding Treatment, as a part of the same area of interest.
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Recommendations for Conduct, Methodological Practices, and Reporting of Cost-effectiveness Analyses: Second Panel on Cost-Effectiveness in Health and Medicine
Gillian D. Sanders;Peter J. Neumann;Anirban Basu;Dan W. Brock.
From Chance to Choice: Genetics and Justice
Allen E. Buchanan;Dan W. Brock;Norman Daniels;Daniel Wikler.
Deciding for Others: The Ethics of Surrogate Decision Making
Allen E. Buchanan;Dan W. Brock.
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (1990)
Palliative Options of Last Resort: A Comparison of Voluntarily Stopping Eating and Drinking, Terminal Sedation, Physician-Assisted Suicide, and Voluntary Active Euthanasia
Timothy E. Quill;Bernard Lo;Dan W. Brock.
The Rule of Double Effect — A Critique of Its Role in End-of-Life Decision Making
Timothy E. Quill;Rebecca Dresser;Dan W. Brock.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1997)
When competent patients make irrational choices.
Dan W. Brock;Steven A. Wartman.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1990)
Deciding for Others
Allen Buchanan;Dan W. Brock.
Voluntary active euthanasia.
Dan W. Brock.
Hastings Center Report (1992)
Sources of Concern about the Patient Self-Determination Act
Susan M. Wolf;Philip Boyle;Daniel Callahan;Joseph J. Fins.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1991)
Rationing in the intensive care unit.
Robert D. Truog;Dan W. Brock;Deborah J. Cook;Marion Danis.
Critical Care Medicine (2006)
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