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Ethical Choices in Long-Term Care, What Does Justice Require? : the Cross-Cluster Initiative on Long-term Care.

Author: Daniel Wikler
Publisher: Geneva : World Health Organization, 2002.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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To contribute to the dialogue about how best to achieve equitable, fair, rational, and transparent decisions, this report addresses the social and ethical basis of long-term care, identifying the key issues in caring for persons with chronic illnesses and disabilities. It provides a framework of analysis that specifies the issues and stakeholders intrinsic to redesigning long-term health care systems. The report  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Wikler
ISBN: 9789241562287 9241562285 9240680322 9789240680326
OCLC Number: 181845544
Description: 1 online resource (104 pages)
Contents: Contents --
Acknowledgments --
Summary --
1 Overview --
2 The Societal Perspective --
3 The Role of the Family --
4 Other Stakeholders --
5 The Caregiving Relationship --
6 Long-Term Care and Social Justice --
7 The Way Forward --
8 References --
Appendices --
A. Long-Term Care and Social Justic: A Challenge to Conventional Ideas of the Social Contract --
B. Justice and Long-Term Care: Need We Abandon Social Contract Theory? A Reply to Nussbaum --
C. Can Contractualism Justify State-Supported Long-Term Care Policies? Or, I'd Rather Be Some Mother's Child: A Reply to Nussbaum and Daniels. D. The African Perspective --
E. List of Participants.

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To contribute to the dialogue about how best to achieve equitable, fair, rational, and transparent decisions, this report addresses the social and ethical basis of long-term care, identifying the key issues in caring for persons with chronic illnesses and disabilities. It provides a framework of analysis that specifies the issues and stakeholders intrinsic to redesigning long-term health care systems. The report includes a commissioned paper, by the distinguished philosopher Martha Nussbaum which illuminates the need to expand theories of justice and social contract to encompass social respons.

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