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Moral aspects of health care

Author: Vincent E Barry
Publisher: Belmont, Calif. : Wadsworth Pub. Co., ©1982.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Vincent E Barry
ISBN: 0534010903 9780534010904
OCLC Number: 8034919
Notes: APPE gift.
Description: x, 510 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. The moral climate of health care : Ethics and health care ethics ; The ethical content of health care ; The health care professional ; Health care's moral quandary. --
2. Values and priorities : Values ; Sources of values ; Transmission of values ; Values clarification and the process of valuing ; Values clarification and the health care professional ; A critique of values clarification. --
3. Law, codes, and ethical theories : Values and priorities ; Law ; Professional oaths and codes ; Consequential theories ; Nonconsequential theories ; Applying the theories ; Selecting a theory. 4. The health care system : Values and priorities ; Components of the health care system ; Key secondary providers ; The values of organized medicine ; A critique of the values ; The social function of the system ; Making flowers and getting educated ; Collective responsibility and the nursing profession / James L. Muyskens. --
5. The health care setting : Values and priorities ; The bureaucratic model ; Bureaucracy in the health setting ; The professional model ; Professionalism in the health setting ; Professional-bureaucratic tensions ; When lines of authority cross ; Physician-nurse relationships ; Caught in the Middle ; Ethical dilemmas for nurses: physicians' orders versus patients' rights / E. Joy Kroeger Mappes. 6. Patient rights : Values and priorities ; Toward a definition of "a right" ; Paternalism ; A patient's bill of rights ; Advocacy ; A question of consent ; The nurse-patient relation: some rights and duties / Dan W. Brock. --
7. The child patient : Values and priorities ; Preliminary considerations: adequate health care ; Truth and information ; Consent and autonomy ; Privacy ; The dying child ; Ethical theories ; Death and redemption ; Children, stress, and hospitalization / James K. Skipper, Jr. and Robert C. Leonard. --
8. The elderly patient : Values and priorities ; Perceptions of old age ; Myths about old age ; Ageism ; Cultural values: time and work ; Paternalism and autonomy ; Old-age institutions ; Postscript: reevaluating the structure ; Ethical theories ; A tragic flaw ; Nursing homes for the aged: the human consequences of legislation-shaped environments / Jeffrey Wack and Judith Rodin. --
9. The dying patient : Values and priorities ; Defining death ; Küber-Ross's psychological model of dying ; Disclosing the diagnosis: the right to information ; Deciding where to die: the right to autonomy ; Administering drugs: the right to adequate care ; Ethical theories ; Independence day ; Death, dying, and the biological revolution / Robert M. Veatch. --
10. The mentally ill patient : Values and priorities ; Values in mental health care ; The moral plight of mental health professionals ; Involuntary commitments ; Competency and consent ; Privacy ; Additional issues ; Ethical theories ; The Odyssey ; On being sane in insane places / D.L. Rosenhan. 11. Abortion : Values and priorities ; Biological background ; Abortion in the context of the professions ; Psychosocial dynamics: the rights of women ; The moral problem ; Prolife arguments (against abortion) ; Prochoice arguments (for abortion) ; Legal issues ; Ethical theories ; Setting priorities ; Abortion in adolescence: the ethical dimension / Tomas Silber. --
12. Euthanasia : Values and priorities ; Personhood ; Death ; Ordinary versus extraordinary treatment ; Killing versus allowing to die ; Interpretations of euthanasia ; Voluntary versus nonvoluntary decisions ; Arguments for voluntary allowing to die ; Arguments against voluntary allowing to die ; Defective newborns ; Special professional problems related to death decisions ; Legal considerations ; Ethical theories ; The bitter end ; Death by decision / Jerry B. Wilson. --
13. Human experimentation : Values and priorities ; The climate of research and involvement of subordinates ; Conceptual considerations ; When human experimentation is acceptable ; Informed consent ; Vulnerable subjects ; Additional concerns ; Ethical theories ; No authorization ; Departmental dynamics and development of technology / Diana Crane. --
14. Allocation of resources : Values and priorities ; The problem of macroallocation ; Poverty and the poor ; The problem of microallocation ; Ethical theories ;The candidate ; Social justice and equal access to health care / Gene Outka.
Responsibility: Vincent Barry.

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