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Loewy, Erich H.

LOEWY, Erich H.

LOEWY, Erich H. Austrian/American, b. 1927. Genres: Medicine/Health, Ethics. Career: Boston City Hospital, Boston, MA, intern, 1954-55; Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, resident, 1957-60, demonstrator, 1960-64, clinical instructor, 1964-70, senior clinical instructor in medicine, 1970-77; Union University, Albany Medical College, Albany, NY, clinical assistant professor of cardiology, 1977-81; University of Connecticut, School of Medicine, Farmington, assistant professor of medicine, 1981-84; University of Illinois, College of Medicine at Peoria, assistant professor, 1987-89, associate professor of clinical medicine, 1989-93, professor of medicine (ethics) 1993-. Adirondack Community College, lecturer, 1979-81; University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, assistant professor, 1984-89, associate professor of ethics, 1989-; visiting professor at University of Aarhus, 1989, 1991, and 1992, Nordic School of Public Health, 1990, University of Marburg, 1990, 1992, Free University of Amsterdam, 1992, Converse College, 1992, and Erskine College, 1992; Universitat Wien, Gost professor, 1995; lecturer at colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. Publications: Ethical Dilemmas in Modern Medicine: A Physician's Viewpoint, 1986; A Textbook of Medical Ethics, 1989; Suffering and the Beneficent Community: Beyond Libertarianism, 1991; Freedom and Community: The Ethics of Interdependence, 1993; Ethische Fragen in der Medizin, 1995; Textbook of Health Care Ethics, 1996; Moral Strangers, Moral Acquaintance and Moral Friends: Connectedness and its Conditions, 1996. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of about seventy articles and reviews to medical and ethics journals. Address: Department of Medicine, College of Medicine at Peoria, University of Illinois, Box 1649, Peoria, IL 61656, U.S.A.

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