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Holocaust Trauma: Psychological Effects and Treatment
- M. Grodin
- 4 August 2010
What do you do to start reading holocaust trauma psychological effects and treatment? Searching the book that you love to read first or find an interesting book that will make you want to read?…
Research in developing countries: taking "benefit" seriously.
- L. Glantz, G. Annas, M. Grodin, W. Mariner
- Political ScienceThe Hastings Center report
- 1 November 1998
The simple blood collecting mission to Cebu illustrates almost all the issues presented by research in developing countries, including the threshold question of the goal of the research and its importance to the population represented by the research subjects.
Treating survivors of torture and refugee trauma: a preliminary case series using qigong and t'ai chi.
- M. Grodin, L. Piwowarczyk, Derek Fulker, Alexander R Bazazi, R. Saper
- Political Science, MedicineJournal of alternative and complementary medicine
- 21 September 2008
Preliminary observations from four cases and a review of the literature support the potential efficacy of incorporating qigong and t'ai chi into the treatment of survivors of torture and refugee trauma.
Oral health status of refugee torture survivors seeking care in the United States.
- Harpreet K. Singh, T. Scott, M. Henshaw, Susan E. Cote, M. Grodin, L. Piwowarczyk
- Medicine, Political ScienceAmerican journal of public health
- 1 December 2008
Torture treatment centers, in addition to offering safe environments for educating and examining patients, are ideal settings to provide basic oral health services without the risk of retraumatization.
Human rights and maternal-fetal HIV transmission prevention trials in Africa.
The human rights issues raised by the conduct of maternal-fetal human immunodeficiency virus transmission trials in Africa are not unique to either acquired immunodeficiency syndrome or Africa, but…
Guidelines on Forgoing Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment
- A. Kohrman, E. Clayton, R. Dresser
- MedicinePediatric Clinical Practice Guidelines & Policies
- 30 April 2016
Based on the existing consensus in ethics and law, the following guidelines for professionals caring for children suggest elements in decisions to forgo lifosustaining medical treatment (LSMT).
The Nazi Doctors and the Nuremberg Code Human Rights in Human Experimentation
The atrocities committed by Nazi physicians and researchers during World War II prompted the development of the Nuremberg Code to define the ethics of modern medical experimentation utilizing human…
Taking Benefits Seriously in Developing Countries