Ethics In Clinical Practice: An Inter-professional Approach by Georgina HawleyEthics In Clinical Practice: An Inter-professional Approach by Georgina Hawley

Ethics In Clinical Practice: An Inter-professional Approach

byGeorgina HawleyEditorGeorgina Hawley

Paperback | July 26, 2007

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An easy to understand text, which at the same time reflects contemporary health care practice, emphasising inter-professional care and cultural sensitivity to clients or patients. 

Discussing common ethical problems in all aspects of interdisciplinary clinical practice and presents both sides of any ethical issue.

Case studies throughout make ethical issues applied and relevant to your clinical practice, so that you can understand how you can apply ethics in everyday situations including Primary Care, Mental Health, Complex Care

The book is packed with activities and pointers on professional development, and contains advice on keeping a reflective journal.

About The Author

Georgina Hawley is Principal Lecturer at the school of Health and Social Care, Oxford Brookes University.  She has taught ethics for more than 15 years in the UK, Hong Kong and Australia.

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Title:Ethics In Clinical Practice: An Inter-professional ApproachFormat:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 9.5 × 6.75 × 0.9 inPublished:July 26, 2007Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0132018276

ISBN - 13:9780132018272

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1    Start at ‘Go’ /Introduction

Chapter 2   Learning to understand ethical issues and problems

Chapter 3. Where did you get your values and beliefs? 

Chapter 4. Being part of a team: Interdisciplinary care.  

Chapter 5. he relationship of ethics to the Western Tradition  of philosophy

Chapter 6. Eastern philosophy, ethics, religions, and care

Chapter 7.   Client and patients’ rights and vulnerable people E

Chapter 8. Ideas for decision-making when ethical problems are involved

Chapter 9. Who gets what? The allocation of resources

Chapter 10. ‘Why do they make me suffer?’ The ethical problems of pain and resuscitation

Chapter 11.  How to do ethical health research

Chapter 12. Feminine and Masculine Sexuality

Chapter 13. The experiences of illness and loss

Chapter 14. Ethical problems in Primary Health Care

Chapter 15. Ethical problems in Mental Health and Psychiatric care

Chapter 16. Complex Care: Emergency Department, Perioperative Suite, and ICU and CCU units

Chapter 17. It isn’t easy, but it is essential! /Conclusion   

References

Index