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  • Purpose and Function in Government-Funded Health Coverage 

    Freedman, Benjamin, and Francoise Baylis. 1987. "Purpose and Function in Government-Funded Health Coverage." Journal of health politics, policy and law 12(1): 97-112.
    Government-funded health insurance programs that claim to provide comprehensive funding of their clients' demands have commonly adopted a purposive (deductive) approach to the problem of health care funding. This involves ...
  • Undergraduate medical ethics education : a survey of Canadian medical schools 

    Baylis, FrançoiseM, Jocelyn Grant Downie, and . 1990. Undergraduate medical ethics education : a survey of Canadian medical schools. London, Ont., Canada: Westminster Institute for Ethics and Human Values.
    No abstract available.
  • The ethics of ex utero research on spare 'non-viable' IVF human embryos 

    Baylis, F. E.. 1990. "The ethics of ex utero research on spare 'non-viable' IVF human embryos." Bioethics 4(4): 311-329.
    In this paper, the focus is not on some particular developmental feature of the human embryo, but rather on the embryo's potential for development tout court. To this end, the moral relevance of the difference between ...
  • Ethics education for Canadian medical students 

    Baylis, F., and J. Downie. 1991. "Ethics education for Canadian medical students." Academic Medicine 66(7).
    This study was designed to determine the nature, extent, and quality of medical ethics education for students in Canadian medical schools. In 1989, a questionnaire that used primarily open-ended questions was sent to all ...
  • Ethics consultation: The hospital for sick children initiative Toronto, Ontario] 

    Baylis, FrançoiseE. 1991. "Ethics consultation: The hospital for sick children initiative Toronto, Ontario]." HEC Forum 3(5): 285-292.
    No abstract available.
  • Codes of ethics : ethics codes, standards and guidelines for professionals working in a health care setting in Canada 

    Baylis, Françoise, Jocelyn Downie, and Department of Bioethics Hospital for Sick Children.. 1992. Codes of ethics : ethics codes, standards and guidelines for professionals working in a health care setting in Canada. Toronto: Dept. of Bioethics, Hospital for Sick Children.
    No abstract available.
  • In the case of children : paediatric ethics in a Canadian context 

    Baylis, Françoise, Cate McBurney, and Department of Bioethics Hospital for Sick Children.. 1993. In the case of children : paediatric ethics in a Canadian context. Toronto: Dept. of Bioethics, Hospital for Sick Children.
    No abstract available.
  • The health care ethics consultant 

    Baylis, Françoise. 1994. The health care ethics consultant. Totowa, N.J.: Humana Press.
    In The Health Care Ethics Consultant, a panel of 15 health care ethicists and scholars in medicine, philosophy, theology, and law hammer out a standard of care governing the now decisively emergent practice of ethics ...
  • Institutional policy in paediatric practice : documenting Canadian experience 

    Baylis, Françoise Eckenwiler, and . 1994. Institutional policy in paediatric practice : documenting Canadian experience. Toronto: Dept. of Bioethics, Hospital for Sick Children.
    No abstract available.
  • A reply to Giles R. Scofield, J.D 

    Baylis, Francoise, Jeanne DesBrisay, Benjamin Freedman, Larry Lowenstein, et al. 1994. "A reply to Giles R. Scofield, J.D." HEC Forum 6(6): 371-376.
    No abstract available.
  • Health care ethics in Canada 

    Baylis, Françoise. 1995. Health care ethics in Canada. Toronto: Harcourt Brace Canada.
    No abstract available.
  • Access to health care for women. [Letter to the Editor] 

    Baylis, F., & Nelson, H. L. (1997). Access to health care for women. [Letter to the Editor] New England Journal of Medicine, 336, 1841.
    Letter to the editor
  • Bioethics for clinicians: 8. Confidentiality 

    Kleinman, I., F. Baylis, S. Rodgers, and P. A. Singer. 1997. "Bioethics for clinicians: 8. Confidentiality." Canadian Medical Association journal 156(4): 521-524.
    Physicians are obliged to keep information about their patients secret. The understanding that the physician will not disclose private information about the patient provides a foundation for trust in the therapeutic ...
  • Bioethics for clinicians: 12. Ethical dilemmas that arise in the care of pregnant women: rethinking "maternal-fetal" conflicts 

    Flagler, E., F. Baylis, and S. Rodgers. 1997. "Bioethics for clinicians: 12. Ethical dilemmas that arise in the care of pregnant women: rethinking "maternal-fetal" conflicts." Canadian Medical Association journal 156(12): 1729-1732.
    When a pregnant woman makes a decision or acts in a manner that may be detrimental to the health and well-being of her fetus, her physician may be faced with an ethical dilemma. Is the physician's primary duty to respect ...
  • Errors in medicine: nurturing truthfulness 

    Baylis, F.. 1997. "Errors in medicine: nurturing truthfulness." The Journal of clinical ethics 8(4): 336-340.
    No abstract available.
  • Expanding access to PEP: ethical and legal issues 

    Baylis, F., and D. Ginn. 1998. "Expanding access to PEP: ethical and legal issues." AIDS & Public Policy Journal 13(4): 140-167.
    No abstract available.
  • IRBs: protecting the well-being of subject-participants with mental disorders that may affect decisionmaking capacity 

    Baylis, F.. 1999. "IRBs: protecting the well-being of subject-participants with mental disorders that may affect decisionmaking capacity." Accountability in research 7(2-4): 183-199.
    No abstract available.
  • Health Care Ethics Consultation: 'Training in Virtue' 

    Baylis, Françoise. 1999. "Health Care Ethics Consultation: 'Training in Virtue'." Human Studies 22(1, Performance, Talk, Reflection: What Is Going on in Clinical Ethics Consultation): 25-41.
    In philosophy, intelligence is less important than character, or so Wittgenstein once argued. In this paper, in a similar vein, I suggest that in health care ethics consultation character is of preeminent importance. I ...
  • Mandating research with children 

    Baylis, F.. 1999. "Mandating research with children." Irb 21(1): 10-11.
    No abstract available.
  • Children and Decisionmaking in Health Research 

    Baylis, Françoise, Jocelyn Downie, and Nuala Kenny. 1999. "Children and Decisionmaking in Health Research." IRB: Ethics and Human Research 21(4): 5-10.
    No abstract available.