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Interrogations, Forced Feedings, and the Role of Health Professionals

New Perspectives on International Human Rights, Humanitarian Law, and Ethics

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$14.95 • £11.95 • €13.50

ISBN 9780979639524

Publication Date: 05/31/2009

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228 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

International Human Rights Program Practice Series

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  • Preface [Robert Jay Lifton]
  • Introduction [Ryan Goodman and Mindy Jane Roseman]
  • Part I. New Perspectives: The Constraints of Contexts
    • Places that Medical Ethics Can’t Find: Preliminary Observations on Why Health Professionals Fail to Stop Torture in Overseas Counterterrorism Operations [Stephanie Erin Brewer and Jean Maria Arrigo]
    • Looking Back, Thinking Ahead: The Complicity of Health Professionals in Detainee Abuse [Jonathan H. Marks]
    • Compicty and the Illusion of Beneficence [Leonard S. Rubenstein]
  • Part II. New Perspectives: Ethical Quandaries and Policy Positions
    • Further Consideration Regarding Interrogations and Forced Feedings [Edmund Howe]
    • Closing Eyes to Atrocities: U.S. Psychologists, Detainee Interrogations, and the Response of the American Psychological Association [Stephen Soldz]
    • Responding to Food Refusal: Striking the Human Rights Balance [James Welsh]
    • Health Professionals and Dual Loyalty: A World Medical Association and Israeli Medical Association Perspective [Yoram Blachar and Malke Borow]
  • Part III. New Perspectives: Operational Guidance on Interrogations and Hunger Strikes
    • Clinical and Operational Issues in the Medical Management of Hunger Strikers [Scott Allen and Hernan Reyes]
    • Interrogation and Human Rights: Irreconcilable or Interdependent? [Steven Kleinman]
  • Acknowledgements and Contributor Biographies

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