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Bishop, Jeffery , M.D.

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Phone Number: 6159363869

Email Address:jeffrey.bishop@vanderbilt.edu

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319 Oxford House 4550


Publications
Bishop, Jeffrey P., Philipp W. Rosemann, Frederick W. Schmidt.. ?Fides Ancilla Medicinae: On the Ersatz Liturgy of Death in Biopsychosociospiritual Medicine.?. Heytrhop Journal, 49(1), 20-43, 2008.

Bishop, JP. Rejecting Medical Humanism: Medical Humanities and the Metaphysics of Medicine. J Med Humanit, , , 2007.

Bishop, JP, Rees, CE. Hero or has-been: Is there a future for altruism in medical education. Adv Health Sci Educ Theory Pract, , , 2007.

Gagen, WJ, Bishop, JP. Ethics, justification and the prevention of spina bifida. J Med Ethics, 33(9), 501-7, 2007.

Jeffrey P Bishop. The disabled body and the broken body: Reflections on disability and the objects of medicine. Edited by John Swinton and Brian Brock, Theology, Disability and the New Genetics, 214-233, 2007.

Bishop, JP. Framing euthanasia. J Med Ethics, 32(4), 225-8, 2006. PMCID:2565788

Bishop, JP. Euthanasia, efficiency, and the historical distinction between killing a patient and allowing a patient to die. J Med Ethics, 32(4), 220-4, 2006. PMCID:2565787

Bishop, JP, Jotterand, F. Bioethics as biopolitics. J Med Philos, 31(3), 205-12, 2006.

Bishop, JP. Roy Meadow. Lancet, 366(9484), 450-1, 2005.

Bishop, JP. Beyond health care accountability: the gift of medicine. J Med Philos, 29(1), 119-33, 2004.

Bishop, JP. Modern liberalism, female circumcision, and the rationality of traditions. J Med Philos, 29(4), 473-97, 2004.

Bishop, JP, Stenger, VJ. Retroactive prayer: lots of history, not much mystery, and no science. BMJ, 329(7480), 1444-6, 2004. PMCID:535973

Bishop, JP. Prayer, science, and the moral life of medicine. Arch Intern Med, 163(12), 1405-8, 2003.

Grinnell, F, Bishop, JP, McCullough, LB. Bioethical pluralism and complementarity. Perspect Biol Med, 45(3), 338-49, 2002.

Bishop, JP. Mind-body unity: Gregory of Nyssa and a surprising fourth-century ce perspective. Perspect Biol Med, 43(4), 519-29, 2000.

Bishop, JP. A challenging dialogue: a response to Arthur Frank. Med Humanit Rev, 14(2), 20-5, 2000.

Bishop, JP. Creating narratives in the clinical encounter. Med Humanit Rev, 14(1), 10-23, 2000.


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Updated Date
12/28/2007



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