3 edition of Ethics of health care found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Henry L. Lennard, Suzanne Crowhurst Lennard.|
|Contributions||Lennard, Henry L., Lennard, Suzanne H. Crowhurst., Conference on Dilemmas in Health Care and Psychotherapy (1977 : Venice, Italy)|
|LC Classifications||RC455.2.E8 E84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||79057022|
Edited by four leading members of the new generation of medical and healthcare ethicists working in the UK, respected worldwide for their work in medical ethics, Principles of Health Care Ethics, Second Editionis a standard resource for students, professionals, and academics Pages: About This Product. Designed for students pursuing careers in a variety of health care programs, ETHICS OF HEALTH CARE: A GUIDE FOR CLINICAL PRACTICE, 4th Edition delivers an excellent background in legal and ethical theory while emphasizing critical thinking, problem solving, and professional : $
Chapter 1 of Health Care Ethics: Critical Issues for the 21st Century presented the major ethical theories and their application in health care as part of a foundation for the study of ethics. This chapter extends that foundation by showing how those theories inform the principles used in health care and apply to the issues in that field. The National Center for Ethics in Health Care (NCEHC) is VA's primary office for addressing the complex ethical issues that arise in patient care, health care management, and research. Our role is to clarify and promote ethical health care practices throughout VHA and nationwide. Guided by the premise that ethics is essential to quality, we serve as a resource center for VHA leaders and staff.
This fourth edition of Health Care Ethics provides a contemporary study of broad and major issues affecting health care and the ethics of health care from the perspective of Catholic teachings and theological investigation. It aims to help Christian, and especially Catholic, health care professionals solve concrete problems in terms of principles rooted in Scripture and tested by individual. 5. The nurse delivers care in a manner that preserves patient autonomy, dignity, and rights. 6. The nurse seek, available resources in formulating ethical decisions. NURSING ETHICS No One profession is responsible for ethical decisions, nor does expertise in one discipline necessarily make a person an expert in ethics (ethics committee)
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Organized throughout the four central themes of healthcare ethics (theoretical foundations and factors for individuals, organizations, and society), Health Care Ethics brings collectively the insights of a numerous panel of important specialists inside the fields of bioethics, long-time interval care, and nicely being administration, amongst others.
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Dealing primarily with nursing in South Africa and the particular challenges that the country's nurses encounter, this book looks at the ethical questions confronting nurses as well as the moral philosophy behind those considerations.
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Through teaching the language of the legal system and biomedical ethics, focusing on critical thinking skills, and providing a robust set of scenarios and true stories, ETHICS OF HEALTH CARE: A GUIDE FOR CLINICAL PRACTICE, 4e, equips students with the tools they need to make sound legal and ethical decisions in today's health care practice.
The four principles of health care ethics are autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence, and justice. The Four Principles of Health Care Ethics. The basic definitions of each of the four principles of health care ethics are commonly known and used often in the English language, but they take on special meaning when being utilized in a medical setting.
In Values, Ethics and Health Care the authors have provided students with an accesible and managable introduction to the subject, allowing them the opportunity to develop essential knowledge and skills which are crucial for their academic and vocational development.
Mrs Lynne Bedson. Institure of Health and Wellbeing, Coleg Llandrillo Cymru. Values, ethics and health care London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: / Duncan, Peter. This is a book about values and ethics in health care, not in nursing or occupational therapy or health-related social work or any other particular health care occupation.
Again, there are reasons for this. Key features of the book: Offers a critical and reflective understanding of health care ethics and values- Presents an interprofessional approach- Relates theory to 'everyday' ethics- Includes student-friendly features such as real-life examples, 'thinking about' points and links to further reading.
Earlier this year a new book about care ethics became available: ‘The Core of Care Ethics’ by Stephanie Collins. Although the ethical and political theory of care ethics has flourished in recent decades, we still remain without a succinct statement of its core normative commitment.
Get this from a library. Ethics in health care. [S A Pera; S Van Tonder;] -- Dealing primarily with nursing in South Africa and the particular challenges that the country's nurses encounter, this book looks at the ethical questions confronting nurses as well as the moral.
Ethics of Health Care A Guide for Clinical Practice Book Summary: Ethics of Health Care: A Guide for Clinical Practice, 3E is designed to guide health care students and practitioners through a wide variety of areas involving ethical controversies.
It provides a background in value development and ethical theories, including numerous real-life examples to stimulate discussion and thought.
"Ethics for Health Care considers ethics in the context of routine health care. It follows a sequence that is familiar in health care education and practice: training, adopting a profession, becoming a team member in a health care setting, beginning to see patients, and.
Ethics of Health Care: An Introductory Textbook, 3rd Ed. By Benedict M. Ashley, OP, & Kevin D. O'Rourke, OP Georgetown University Press, Washington, DCpp., $ (paperback) REVIEWED BY JOSEPH J.
PICCIONE, JD. In recent years, health care ethics has become a common topic in contemporary culture. An overview of public health ethics for the UK Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework (PHSKF).
Published 21 April Public Health England. Ref: PHE publications gateway number: The Ethics of Health Care Rationing is a clear and much-needed introduction to this increasingly more important matter, considering and assessing the primary ethical points and dilemmas in regards to the allocation, scarcity and rationing of properly being care.
All by way of the book, examples from the US, UK and totally different nations. This book explores the ethical questions encountered most often by practitioners in health care settings. This casebook offers a real-life view of ethical situations as they unfold, including case-by-case consideration of critical background information, key stakeholders, the direct relevance of specific APA principles and standards, and suggested steps to resolve ethical issues.
Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy: A European Journal is the official journal of the European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care. It provides a forum for international exchange of research data, theories, reports and opinions on bioethics, and the philosophy of.
Excellent basic primer for entry-level health educators and administrators. I chose this textbook for our new ethics course for our new Master's Program.
Logical sequencing of topics with enough diversity in key issues facing the workplace today to make using this book an excellent choice as a foundation in ethical study/5. Ethics of Health Care: A Guide for Clinical Practice, 3E is designed to guide health care students and practitioners through a wide variety of areas involving ethical controversies.
It provides a background in value development and ethical theories, including numerous real-life examples to .1. Methods in Health Care Ethics 2. The Content of Catholic Health Care Ethics 3. The Person Seeking Health 4.
Defining Human Health 5. Personal Responsibility for Health 6. Responsibilities of Health Care Professionals 7.
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