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The author considers the specific features of applying the universally accepted standards of biomedical ethics to human research in aerospace and maritime medicine.
      
This makes it necessary to not only strictly adhere to the basic standards of biomedical ethics, but also adapt some of them to the priority task of ensuring human safety under extreme conditions.
      
Also, these studies have been approved by the local ethics committee.
      
By using this alternative model of ethics, the author exposes the frailties of cultural stereotypes in both the East and the West, arguing that the moral efforts of all nations should be appreciated.
      
This is important information to present to Institutional Ethics Committees and to future participants in such studies.
      
In Germany, ethics committees are established at the medical faculties of universities as well as at the Chamber of Physicians of the different states (Landes?rztekam-mern).
      
Thus they are mainly comparable to the ``Institutional Review Boards'' in the USA and not to the ``ethics committee''.
      
Modern intensive care medicine confronts the intensivist with a variety of challenges encompassing bedside patient care, clinical research, resource utilization, ethics, and continued medical education.
      
According to leading ethics the underlying moral rule of advanced directives is that all truly autonomous refusals of treatment must be respected, no matter what the consequences.
      
Only in this public manner can the lines of thought behind these NECTAR guidelines be addressed critically by those working in the fields of biomedical ethics and legislation as well by politicians and the general public.
      
It discusses the emergence of autonomy as the reigning principle of medical ethics in the United States and its potential conflict with the ethical dilemma of limited resource allocation.
      
Visions for Ethics and Humanities in a Changing Healthcare Environment
      
Ethics, Medicine and Social Science - An Interdisciplinary Workshop
      
Based on the doctrine of the sanctity of human life many ethicists hold, that direct active euthanasia is wrong in principle, and that the intention to kill is incompatible with the ethics implicit in the physician's actions.
      
The ethics will be evoked in the clinical reality from which they spring and where their justification lies.
      
The three objects common to these ethics, the oocyte, the embryo and the child, are illustrated in this context.
      
During the last two decades a broad and intensive discussion has taken place in the field of medical ethics.
      
Especially in the English-speaking countries, "Biomedical Ethics" have developed as a part of secular, philosophical moral theory.
      
A historical overview of traditional Chinese medicine and ancient Chinese medical ethics
      
Medical ethics in an interreligious comparison: Judaism
      
 

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