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Alastair Vincent Campbell: Scholar, Teacher, Advocate, Leader, Friend and Colleague - Thomas H Murray

An Accidental Ethicist: Reflections on my Career in Medical Ethics - Alastair V Campbell Introduction - Voo Teck Chuan, Richard Huxtable and Nicola Peart Part I: Healthcare Ethics in Theory

1 Alastair V. Campbell and the 'Why' of Medical Ethics - John McMillan

2 Principlism, Virtuism, and the Spirit of Oneness - Raanan Gillon

3 Professional Relationships: Covenant, Virtue, and Clinical Life - Grant Gillett Part II: Healthcare Ethics in Disciplinary Context

4 Healthcare Ethics and Theology - Robin Gill

5 In that (Hard) Case: Could Ordinary Talk in Clinical Care Have an Extraordinary Moral Importance? - Roger Higgs

6 Human Tissue: A Story from a Small State - Margaret Brazier and Sheila McLean Part III: Healthcare Ethics in Cultural Context

7 'Where our Common Language Lies': Virtues, Embodiment and Faith in Global Bioethics - Michael Campbell and Jing-Bao Nie

8 On the Open Seas: Pluralism and Bioethics in Europe - Richard Huxtable

9 Healthcare Ethics in New Zealand - Lynley Anderson and Nicola Peart Part IV: Healthcare Ethics Education

10 Healthcare Ethics Education at the University of Otago-and the Master of Bioethics and Health Law - Neil Pickering, Lynley Anderson and Peter Skegg

11 Healthcare Ethics in the UK - Gordon Stirrat and Julie Woodley

12 Healthcare Ethics Education in Singapore - Anita Ho, Jacqueline Chin and Voo Teck Chuan Part V: Health-related Practices in Ethical Focus

13 The Dead Human Body: Reflections of an Anatomist - D Gareth Jones

14 Ethics in Research: An Appraisal of Campbell's Remarks - Ruth Macklin

15 The Republic of Health: Motivating the Republican Turn in Public Health - Richard Ashcroft

About the Author

Voo Teck Chuan, Assistant Professor, Centre for Biomedical Ethics, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, Singapore. Richard Huxtable, Professor of Medical Ethics and Law, and Director, Centre for Ethics in Medicine, University of Bristol, UK. Nicola Peart, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Otago, New Zealand.

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