6 edition of Primary Care Ethics found in the catalog.
August 31, 2007
by Blackwell Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Roger Higgs (Foreword), Deborah Bowman (Editor), John Spicer (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Medical Ethics: Is the Price Right? Print This Post. Over the years as a practicing primary care physician, I have witnessed ethical dilemmas that remind me of the long-running, popular TV show, THE PRICE IS unlike the show, the price one pays for medical care encompasses not only money, but issues of quality of life, unintended consequences, and possibly life itself. The book proposes how such values as justice, equality, and individual rights can "fit together" with such values as care, trust, mutual consideration, and solidarity. In the second part of the book, Held examines the potential of the ethics of care for dealing with social issues.
In support of the Global Conference on Primary Health Care and the Declaration of Astana, a series of brief county case studies on various PHC reforms over the past four decades was completed. These case studies illustrate different aspects of PHC, focusing on successful interventions but also highlighting ongoing challenges. Direct Primary Care, Medical Ethics, Primary Care, Universal Health Care, Justice 1. Introduction Direct primary care (DPC) is a newer phenomenon in the United States where patients directly pay their doctors a monthly fee for all of their primary care much like that they pay for their gym membership. For that monthly fee, pa-.
Get this from a library! Handbook of primary care ethics. [Andrew Papanikitas; John Spicer;] -- "This enterprising collection spans the breadth of primary care in multiple ways. Contributions from general practitioners, philosophers, nurses, physiotherapists, dentists, health economists. Core ethical principles. Medical ethics is founded on a set of core principles.. Autonomy. Respect patients as individuals (e.g., respecting their privacy by maintaining confidentiality and being truthful about their medical care).; Provide the information and opportunity for patients to make their own decisions regarding their care (e.g., informed consent).
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Primary Care Ethics: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Account Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello Select your address Cited by: 2.
Primary Care Ethics is rigorous and academic, while remaining highly accessible for the full range of practitioners. Moral and legal aspects are clearly distinguished throughout, and the theme-based approach is stimulating and by: 2.
Primary Care Ethicsis one of those books that healthcare professionals will share with their colleagues because it brings together a range of experiences that are often discussed informally with their peers, but rarely addressed in clinical training.
Book Description Relevant for the entire primary care team, this book provides a diverse range of perspectives on current topical issues. Healthcare ethics is a subject of increasing interest, especially when it related to some of the challenging themes regularly discussed in the media.
Primary Care Ethics is one of those books that healthcare professionals will share with their colleagues because it brings together a range of experiences that are often discussed informally with their peers, but rarely addressed in clinical training.
This practical handbook will be an invaluable resource for anyone who is seeking a better appreciation and understanding of the ethics ‘in’, ‘of’ and ‘for’ primary healthcare. That includes clinicians and commissioners, but also policymakers and academics concerned with primary care : Andrew Papanikitas, John Spicer.
Ethics of care, also called care ethics, feminist philosophical perspective that uses a relational and context-bound approach toward morality and decision term ethics of care refers to ideas concerning both the nature of morality and normative ethical theory. The ethics of care perspective stands in stark contrast to ethical theories that rely on principles to highlight moral.
This book, a collection of articles on critical ethics of care and social work, is worthwhile reading for all who wish a better understanding of social work and its political importance. This political importance is unveiled by investigating social work practices from a ethics of care perspective, thus also showing the political nature of a.
Medical ethics (or bioethics in North America and other countries) is the study of ethics applied to medicine. This article will describe ethical principles, approaches and theories, how they may be used in the assessment process of nMRCGP and their relevance to the world of decision making in primary care.
Primary Care Ethics Pdf Relevant for the entire primary care team, this book provides a diverse range of perspectives on current topical issues.
Healthcare ethics is a subject of increasing interest, especially when it related to some of the challenging themes regularly discussed in the media. The book is helpfully organised into four sections, on the primary care interaction, vulnerable patients, teaching and learning, and justice and resources.
The section on teaching and learning is particularly valuable, with its strong focus on reflective practice and the practical challenges of combining service delivery with educational goals. Handbook of Primary Care Ethics 1st Edition Read & Download - By Andrew Papanikitas, John Spicer Handbook of Primary Care Ethics This enterprising collection spans the breadth of primary care in multiple ways.
Contribution - Read Online Books at Welcome to libribook. Primary Care Ethics is one of those books that healthcare professionals will share with their colleagues because it brings together a range of experiences that are often discussed informally with their peers, but rarely addressed in clinical : Prasuna Reddy.
Primary Care Ethics Primary Care. Sep 04 Relevant for the entire primary care team, this book provides a diverse range of perspectives on current topical issues. Healthcare ethics is a subject of increasing interest, especially when it related to some of the challenging themes regularly discussed in the media.
Until now there has been. Primary care ethics is not a discipline; it is a notional field of study which is simultaneously an aspect of primary health care and applied ethics.
De Zulueta argues that primary care ethics has ‘a definitive place on the ‘ bioethics map’, represented by a substantial body of empirical research, literary texts and critical discourse (2. To emphasise the change, here is this book; 44 chapters by 49 authors, all pages of it.
As if to drive the point home, this is not a book of medical ethics in general: it’s only about ethics for primary care. After initial admiration at the editors’ completion of this task, one immediately looks to see how they have managed to fill the Author: David Jewell.
Healthcare ethics is a subject of increasing interest, especially when it related to some of the challenging themes regularly discussed in the media. Suitable for the entire primary care team, this work provides a diverse range of perspectives on topical issues.
It distinguishes the moral and legal aspects, and adopts the theme-based approach. James Giorodano, PhD, one of the editors of the book, Pain Medicine: Philosophy, Ethics and Policy, said it well in a Pain Physician journal article: “Deciding to enter the field of pain medicine, and thus to call one’s self a pain physician, is voluntary; the ethical obligations inherent to that act of profession are not.” I would.
Despite the universality of primary health care, its ethics is nebulous and confusing, reflecting both the complexity of primary health care itself, and overlapping borders with other similar fields, particularly general practice ethics, public health ethics and the ethics of health promotion.
Primary care occupies a unique place in the effort to understand how physicians might respond to this issue as it is so closely linked to the social world of the patient. Mishler EG: Patient stories, narratives of resistance and the ethics of humane care: a la recherche du temps (Translated Ross) WD: Nicomachean Ethics.
Book V, Chapters. 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.
Handbook of Primary Care Ethics. Editors: Andrew Papanikitas and John Spicer. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press/Taylor & Francis; Oct ISBN Monographs, or book chapters, which are outputs of Wellcome Trust funding have been made freely available as part of the Wellcome Trust's open access policy.
Bookshelf ID: NBKAuthor: Andrew Papanikitas, John Spicer.Discussion regarding medical ethics in primary care. Primary Care – time to get ethical. Stephen J. Humphreys is the Practice Manager in a five-partner GPs’ surgery in Hertfordshire and in the second year of the NHS Clinical Governance Support Team’s national Practice Manager Development Programme.