Vol 7, No 2 (2014)

Table of Contents


Cover PDF


Contents PDF


The Ebola Crisis: Ethical challenges in the African context PDF HTML
Ames Dhai 42-43


Terminating the pregnancy of a brain-dead mother: Does a fetus have a right to life? The law in South Africa PDF HTML
David Jan McQuoid-Mason 44-46
Pregnant, dead, and on a ventilator: A few thoughts in response to Prof McQuoid-Mason PDF HTML
Annelize Nienaber 47-50
Article 6 of the Unesco Universal Declaration of Bioethics and Human Rights: A moral force in South Africa PDF HTML
Riaan Rheeder 51-54
Moral perspectives on covert research PDF HTML
Anton Albert van Niekerk 55-58
Enhancing capacity of research ethics review committees in developing countries: The Kenyan example PDF
Gloria Omosa Manyonyi, Walter Jaoko, Kirana Bhatt, Simon Langat, Gaudensia Mutua, Bashir Farah, Jacquelyne Nyange, Joyce Olenja, Julius Oyugi, Sabina Wakasiaka, Maureen Khaniri, Keith Fowke, Rupert Kaul, Omu Anzala 59-63
An analysis of the validity of medical legal documentation in cases where the patient refuses treatment and/or transport PDF HTML
Richard Spicer, Simpiwe Sobuwa 64-68
Can private obstetric care be saved in South Africa? PDF HTML
Graham Robert Howarth, Pieter Carstens 69-73


The battle against the stem cell hype: Are we doing enough? Can the medical and scientific community do more to support regulatory boards in advocating ethical evidence-based medicine? PDF HTML
Richard Joseph Burman 74-75
The war in Gaza: A humanitarian crisis PDF HTML
Mahomed Aslam Sathar 76-77

Letter to editor

The ethics of claiming a 60% reduction in HIV acquisition from voluntary medical male circumcision PDF HTML
Peter S Millard 78
Health promotion is ethical PDF HTML
Sara Jewett Nieuwoudt, Susan Goldstein, Alex Myers, Nicola Christofides, Karen Hofman 79


Quality healthcare: An attainable goal for all South Africans? PDF HTML
Nolonwabo Patronella Moyakhe 80-83

Book reviews

Global Health Law PDF HTML
Ames Dhai 84

CPD questions

CPD questionnaire PDF