9 edition of Ethical options in medicine found in the catalog.
Ethical options in medicine
Gregory E. Pence
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Gregory E. Pence.|
|LC Classifications||R724 .P38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 221 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||80016589|
Chapter 1 puts the practice of medicine into a professional and historical context. The current chapter presents approaches and principles that physicians can use to address the ethical issues they encounter in their work. Physicians make ethical judgments about clinical situations every day. n I troducon ti to Bioethics and Ethical Decision Making Karen c RLh. i OBJECTIVE S A ft er reading this chapter, the reader should be able to do the following: 4. Discuss the hist ory of bioethics. 5. Use the approach of ethical principlism in nursing practice. 6. Analy ze bioethical issues in practice and from news media. Size: 3MB.
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This chapter reviews basic ethics definitions, discusses keys to application of ethical guidelines for advanced practice registered nurses (APRN) challenges, and briefly defines and critiques the current ethical decisional frameworks. APRNs should be aware of the legal rules that govern professional practice so that they can act in an ethical manner. APRNs should embrace the . The ethical principle of fidelity directs us to model care delivery with altruism, loyalty, caring, and honesty. For example, when an older patient with intact cognitive function is diagnosed with a terminal illness and he or she doesn't want to share that information with immediate family, it can create an ethical dilemma. To maintain the.
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Book Notes | 1 June Ethical Options in Medicine. Please click on the PDF icon to access. Abstract. Over the last 10 years ethical dilemmas in the practice of medicine have been of increasing concern for both philosphers and clinicians, and the field has begun to merit some curricular time (elective or "core") in most North American.
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The growing power of medicine to support life and to postpone death has conjured up a host of ethical and legal questions that account for the increasingly frequent huddles—on the playing field of Life vs.
Death—of doctor and chaplain, biologist. ©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC Medical ethics is trying to do the right thing while achieving the best possible outcome for every patient.
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Aring. This chapter discusses the second topic that is essential to the analysis of an ethical problem in clinical medicine, namely, the preferences of patients. By preferences of patients we mean the choices that persons make when they are faced with decisions about health and medical treatment.
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Ethical decision-making refers to the process of evaluating and choosing among alternatives in a manner consistent with ethical principles. In making ethical decisions, it is necessary to perceive and eliminate unethical options and select the best ethical alternative.
The process of making ethical decisions requires. Introduction. Clinical ethics is the application of ethical theories, principles, rules, and guidelines to clinical situations in medicine. Clinical ethics is analogous to clinical medicine because general principles and concepts must be applied intelligently and Cited by: Also from SAGE Publishing.
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