problem about Bioethics
1. In the article by Wolf, et al, it stated that "treatment directives are not useful, because patients cannot really anticipate what their preferences will be in a future medical situation, and because patients know too little about life support systems and other treatment options." How would you respond to this statement and Why?
2. What is meant by the duty of foresee-ability? What and under what conditions may this be important?
3. Two areas of concern in the issue of confidentiality are psychiatry and reproductive medicine -why would these to areas be any more important than any other?