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About this Guide
This resource guide was designed to provide you with assistance in locating good sources of information as you do research for your Legal and Ethical Aspects of Healthcare (MGMT 353) course.
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Table of Contents
Includes databases with legal, business, and medical information. Related reports from CQ Researcher are also included.
Help with Using Databases and Finding Articles
Provides information on using library databases.
Provides information on finding books.
Provides e-book databases and selected e-books.
Find Background Info
Provides reference e-books on legal and ethics in healthcare.
Find Legal Information in Databases
Info on finding court cases, state & federal statutes, legislation, and Law Reviews in the "Nexis Uni" database.
Info on finding secondary legal resources in other databases.
Info on accessing the "Gale Encyclopedia of American Law" in the "GVRL" database.
Provides links to videos related to healthcare.
Includes several subpages with websites on ethical, legal, health care reform, and government resources.
Legal Citation Guide
Provides information on legal citations.
Medical Ethics in Magill's Medical Guide
Ethics deals with a code of conduct based on established moral principles. When applied to a particular professional field, abstract theories as well as concrete principles are considered. Often the consequences of a particular course of action dictate its rightness or wrongness. Bioethics is the study of ethics by professionals in the fields of medicine, law, philosophy, or theology.
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