Ethics for Health Care, now in its fourth edition, explores the ethical choices made in health care. The text continues to follow a sequence familiar to all health care professionals - training, adopting a profession, becoming a team member and interacting with clients. The fourth edition seesthis structure blended with a phases of life approach, which explores ethics from the beginning of life through to the end of life, and includes a new chapter on 'Midlife and Health Care Challenges'. Exercises, case studies and a number of other pedagogical devices continue to be woven throughout the text, which help students think about particular ethical issues or standards. This fourth edition includes 'From Theory to Practice' boxes, which are insights, exercises or tips from lecturers andclinicians working within health care.