|Other author/creator||Gibson, Thomasina.|
|Other author/creator||King, Ben.|
|Other author/creator||Luckett, Sean.|
|Other author/creator||Patel, Soram.|
|Other author/creator||Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)|
|Other author/creator||Classroom Video (Firm)|
||Medical ethics--real world applications
Medical ethics--real world applications. UNAUTHORIZED
||"If death comes without suffering, under the care of a physician and requested by an individual who desires peace and closure, what are the ground for stopping it? This program investigates the various moral, religious, and philosophical perspectives surrounding euthanasia. Highlighting both pro and con arguments in the debate as it has taken shape in the United Kingdom, the video features such prominent figures as Lord Joel Joffe, who brought to Parliament a bill supporting assisted suicide, and Baroness Jane Campbell-- a disabled peer who was at one time given a "do not resuscitate" notice and who now strongly opposes euthanasia. A short dramatic segment provides context with an illuminating, emotionally charged narrative."--Container.
|General note||Series from disc label.|
|Credits||Camera operators, Peter Moseley ... [et al.] ; editor, Ben King.|
||Presenter, Soram Patel.
|Genre/form||Medical films (Motion pictures)|
|Genre/form||Video recordings for the hearing impaired.|
|Publisher number||44666 Films for the Humanities & Sciences|