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5 edition of Ethical Foundations of Health Care found in the catalog.

Ethical Foundations of Health Care

by Jane Singleton

  • 124 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by C.V. Mosby .
Written in English

  • Medical ethics,
  • Ethics,
  • Nursing - Issues,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Health/Fitness

  • The Physical Object
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10544593M
    ISBN 10072341873X
    ISBN 109780723418733

    cal foundations (chapters 1–3), followed by concrete ethical issues in health care (chapters 4–12). The foundations lay the groundwork for the discussion of ethical issues that follows in subsequent chapters through, among other ways, outlining a normative basis that provides a backdrop or point of reference against which we can evaluate the. Almost everyone also has an image of what an ethical health care system should be: where medicine’s ethical foundations of honesty, competence, and compassion are married to commerce in the delivery of high-quality care and where respect for patient needs has the highest priority. Nearly everyone also has images of what an ethical.

    health care reform, we have made every effort to see that fundamental ethical issues are not overlooked or ethical analysis function solely as a reaction to policy rather than as a vital component of policy analysis and formation. Ethical analysis is not restricted to social policy. "It examines problems of individual ethical choiceand. By combining actual lived experiences, research support, theoretical foundations, communication skill strategies, and ethical considerations in health care issues, this book appeals to many audiences including health care professionals, patients, caregivers, researchers, and health communication educators." Randa Garden, Wayne State College.

    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. Rethinking End-of-Life Care. Introduction. Setting the Context: Health Care at the End of Life. Discussion: Ethical Issues and Analysis. Conclusion. Health Care Reform. Health Care Reform and Human Well-Being. Setting the Context: Why Health Care Reform is Vital. Discussion: Ethical Issues and Analysis. Three Assumptions That Can Guide Price: $

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Ethical Foundations of Health Care by Jane Singleton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Health Care Ethics: Theological Foundations, Contemporary Issues, and Controversial Cases 2nd Edition by The authors' stimulating faith-based discussion of how particular circumstances in society have an impact on ethical decision making is a significant contribution to our understanding of the complex relationship between health care /5(14).

In addition to being designed as a foundation textbook for all health care courses and applied moral philosophy courses, a feature of this book is the authors' argument for the positive thesis that decision making in health care should be a matter of participation between members of the health care team and the individual receiving treatment.

Ethical Foundations in Healthcare Course Objectives Upon completion you will be able to do the following: Define key principles in ethical decision-making.

Identify patients’ rights and the health care provider’s role in ethical decision-making. Describe the legal and ethical foundation for a health care provider’s duty to report illegal. Introduces students to health care ethics through examination of real-life issues In their thought-provoking and insightful revised introductory ethics text, authors Michael Panicola, David Belde, John Slosar, and Mark Repenshek address complex and controversial health care issues that are very much a part of our everyday lives.

Using a normative framework, the authors incorporate specific [ ]. This book examines key ethical frameworks and debates within the field of healthcare, locating them firmly in their social and occupational contexts. Guiding students through a range of dilemmas and difficulties encountered in health care practice with case studies and real-life examples, this lively text illustrates how to apply knowledge to.

Behavioral health care is defined, and its foundations in science and professional ethics are explained. The biopsychosocial developmental nature of human psychology is also described. Translating psychological science and professional ethics into behavioral health care through the use of evidence-based practice is also explained.

Book • Authors: Select CHAPTER 3 - The Law of Health Care Malpractice. Book chapter Full text access. CHAPTER 3 - The Law of Health Care Malpractice. Pages Legal Foundations and Ethical Foundations chapters introduce the basic concepts of law, legal history, the court system, and ethics in the professional setting to.

Health Care Reform: Ethical Foundations, Policy, and Law. Robert M Sade, MD, FACS Author Health care system reform has enormous implications for the future of American society and economic life.

Since the early days of the republic, 2 world views have vied for determination of this country’s political system: the view of the individual as. The book challenges the values of much of contemporary bioethics and health care policy by confronting their failure to secure the moral norms they seek to apply.

The nature of health and disease, the definition of death, the morality of abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, physician-assisted suicide, germline genetic engineering, triage Reviews: 3.

business of health care on a day-to-day basis. A Word about the Text Just like a healthcare organization, this book has a mission and a vision. Its mission is to give you solid preparation in both the theory and principles of ethics.

More importantly, it will guide you to be able to apply ethics in the real world of health care. Scholarly textbooks. The Book of Ethicsalso attends to the ethical ground of clinical families,and health care professionals as addictions ately, emerging pharmacological and behavioral treatments offer hope Ethical Foundations of Substance Abuse Treatment 1 1.

A sound understanding of key ethical issues helps healthcare providers make appropriate ethical decisions during the course of their care.

Purpose/Goal The outcome of this course is for the learner to describe the theories and foundations of ethics that support sound decision making during the provision of care.

Foundations of Healthcare Ethics: Theory to Practice focuses on the philosophical concepts underpinning contemporary ethical discourse for health professionals, and arms both students and professionals with the knowledge to tackle situations of moral uncertainty in clinical practice.

Covering the legal and ethical issues involved with patient care, this book provides you with a framework for making important health-related decisions on patient care.

It includes the latest information on HIPAA, IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act), ADA (the Americans with Disabilities Act), and the No Child Left Behind Act.

Personal and ethical foundations are aligned because integrity has an internal locus informed by a combination of external ethical guidelines, an internal voice of care, and our own lived experiences. Our personal and ethical foundations are constantly growing through a process of curiosity, reflection, and self-authorship.

One should be able to. To that end, Global Public Health: Ecological Foundations addresses both the challenges and cooperative solutions of contemporary public health, all within a framework of social justice, environmental sustainability, and global cooperation.

With an emphasis upon ecological foundations, this text approaches public health principles-history. Nurses coordinate care by establishing partnerships to reach a shared goal of delivering safe, quality health care.

[7] State nurse practice acts further define the scope of practice of RNs and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) within each state.

The Wisconsin Nurse Practice Act is further discussed in the “Legal Foundations” section. Critical ethical approach to the problem of euthanasia -- 9.

Definitions of life and death -- Ethical issues at the beginning of life -- Ethical issues at the end of life -- Ethical issues in information exchange: confidentiality, informed consent, truth telling -- Ethical issues in health care research -.

It offers clinicians and medical practitioners a starting place to understand key concepts and problems in medical ethics. As such, it is a valuable reference text.” (Respiratory Care, April ) "This is a well though out book covering a wide variety of ethical problems in healthcare.

Ethical issues associated with public health and health policy--related, for example, to pandemic plans and vaccination policies (c.f.

SARS or pandemic influenza), preventive measures like screening (e.g. for breast cancer or dementia) or health information campaigns, social inequalities or health care rationing--are increasing in worldwide importance.

In order to provide the highest level of care to their patients and clients, health professionals need a sound knowledge and understanding of healthcare ethics. Foundations of Healthcare Ethics: Theory to practice focuses on the philosophical concepts that underpin contemporary ethical discourse for health .Health care ethics (a.k.a “medical ethics”) is the application of the core principles of bioethics (autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence, justice) to medical and health care decisions.

It is a multidisciplinary lens through which to view complex issues and make recommendations regarding a course of action.Health care ethics: theological foundations, contemporary issues, and controversial cases. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael R Panicola. Find more information Understanding ethics and how we approach ethical decisions The bases for our decisions and the role of discernment Professionalism and the patient-physician.