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The Terri Schiavo Crisis
(Center for Health Ethics, 2003-11)
Terri Schindler-Schiavo has lived in a persistent vegetative state in Florida for thirteen years, since her collapse and resuscitation at age 26 due to apparent severe hypokalemia. She has been kept alive with a jejunal ...
Ethical Issues: Engaging Patients
(Center for Health Ethics, 2004-11)
The Institute for Ethics at the American Medical Association initiated the Ethical Force Program in 1997. The purpose of E Force is to develop performance measures for ethical behavior and practices that can be useful throughout the health care...
Ethical Issues: Narrowing the Disparity Gap
(Center for Health Ethics, 2005-11)
In 2003 the Institute of Medicine, in Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care, reported a consistent body of research demonstrating significant racial variation in the access to and utilization of medical...
Ethical Issues: Recommendations of the Citizens' Health Care Working Group
(Center for Health Ethics, 2006-11)
There is an important update regarding legislative attempts to improve health care, including end of life care, for all Americans in the this week's Update of the Missouri Hospice & Palliative Care Association (MHPCA). In 2003 the U.S. Congress...
Promoting ethical behavior among local government employees: the roles of ethical leadership, ethics codes, training, and audits
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2011-06-03)
The purpose of this research was to learn the impact that ethics codes, ethics training, and audits have in promoting ethical behavior among local government employees. The research began with a survey of city auditors and finance department...
Stem Cell Research: What the Cell is the Controversy?
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2007)
Bioethicists in the news : the evolving role of bioethicists as expert sources in science and medical stories
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
Journalists have increasingly used bioethicists as expert sources in stories on science, medicine, and technology with strong ethical ramifications. Yet little is known about how and why journalists select bioethicists as expert sources, which...
Mizzou Nursing, 2003 Fall
(University of Missouri -- Columbia. School of Nursing., 2003)
Mizzou weekly ; volume 32, number 12
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Division of Marketing and Publications., 2010)
Mizzou weekly ; volume 31, number 12
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Division of Marketing and Publications., 2009)
Applying T.G. Page's scale for measuring base crisis response : a series of crises at the University of Missouri in fall 2015
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2021)
This study extends theory in crisis communication by analyzing a series of crises that occurred at the University of Missouri (MU) in fall 2015 as a test case for applying T.G. Page's scale for measuring base crisis response. After applying...
Lucerna, Volume 10. Complete volume
(UMKC Honors Program, 2015)
Exploring "connectivity" at the college newspaper : can it help explain the success of the collegiate press?
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
The purpose of this study is to explore whether "connectivity" - the level of intimacy journalists have with their communities and how it influences their jobs - is at work in collegiate journalism. This qualitative study ...
Missouri hospitalist, issue 16 (2009 April 29)
(University of Missouri. Department of Medicine. Division of Hospital Medicine, 2009-04)
Mizzou, volume 091, number 4 (2003 Summer)
(MU Alumni Association, University of Missouri, 2003)
Does the mainstream media need to bring back the ombudsman to restore credibility and trust?
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2020)
Despite a slight increase since2016, the public’s low level of trust in the mainstream media is of deep concern for the future of journalism. Nearly half the people surveyed recently indicated that inaccuracies, bias and ...
Under the auspices of privacy � or not : surveying the state judicial treatment of access to government records
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
an examination of case opinions issued by the supreme courts of the fifty states, aims to determine how state courts across the nation address the issue of personal privacy exemptions in public records disputes. This thesis intends to find out if state courts...
Practical and ethical dilemmas in presenting investigative reporting through individual anecdotes and investigative reporting fellowship at the Oregonian
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2012)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI--COLUMBIA AT REQUEST OF AUTHOR.] Anecdotes are an often-used tool for adding a human face to a complex investigation. But what are the effects of using anecdotal leads in ...
The Coterie Theatre’s Transition from Children’s Theatre to Multigenerational Theatre: 1991-2014
The programming of The Coterie Theatre of Kansas City, Missouri, under Artistic Director Jeff Church, was studied from September 1990 to August 2014. The works researched included world, commissioned and American premieres ...
Missouri hospitalist, issue 50 (2014 January-March)
(University of Missouri. Department of Medicine. Division of Hospital Medicine, 2014-01)