Now in its second edition, this textbook continues to provide all the information nursing and healthcare students need to know about `what is legal' and `how to decide what is right' in order to practice safely and ethically.
This textbook is an ambitious and engaging introduction to the more advanced writings on medical law and ethics, primarily designed to allow students to `get under the skin' of the topic and begin to build their critical thinking and analysis skills.
A new second edition of this well-regarded text, written by an author team with both legal and medical expertise. Legal principles are set firmly in a practical context and the text is supported throughout with real life scenarios to illustrate key points.
This classic textbook focuses on medical law and its relationship with medical practice and modern ethics. It provides thorough coverage of all of the topics found on medical law courses, and in depth analysis of recent court decisions, encouraging students to think analytically about the subject.
This textbook looks at how different world faiths approach ethics in health and social care, and how their faith informs their practice. Equipping practitioners with the information they need, it will help them to be more reflective regarding spirituality, ethics and their provision of care.
Celebrating over 30 years as the market-leading series, Blackstone's Statutes have an unrivalled tradition of trust and quality. With a rock-solid reputation for accuracy, reliability, and authority, they remain first-choice for students and lecturers, providing a careful selection of all the up-to-date legislation needed for exams and course use.
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Presents a variety of philosophical and professional behaviour to enable nurses, nursing students, midwives and health visitors to develop an autonomy in their day-to-day decision making and to help them make reasoned judgements. The chapters in this book examine statements from the NMC code and explore the concepts and problems that relate to it.
Nurses are increasingly accountable for their own practice and require a thorough understanding of their core responsibilities and of the legal and ethical issues which underpin everyday practice in the NHS today.
A critical survey of the issues in a controversial field, "The Value of Life" explores the dilemmas in current medical practice and research. Harris argues for a radical reappraisal of our ways of thinking about medical ethics.
Addresses issues and key concerns in accountability, focusing on accountability in the four main branches of nursing (adult, child, learning disabilities and mental health), as well as in midwifery, community nursing, and nursing management.
Attempts to provide an exposition and a critical evaluation of the human rights law and the way in which nursing practice reflects respect for the human rights of nurses and patients alike. This book draws upon comparisons with human rights based approaches and their impact on nursing practice in other jurisdictions in Europe and North America.
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Combining ethical issues with case studies to show how theory is applied in clinical practice, this book reflects contemporary health care practice, emphasising inter-professional care and cultural sensitivity to clients or patients. It also contains case studies which make ethical issues applied and relevant to your clinical practice.
Investigates trust and honesty in medicine and the doctor-patient relationship, raising questions of patients' autonomy and self-determination. Of interest to those working in medical ethics and applied philosophy, and for medical practitioners.
Ethical, legal and professional issues are at the heart of health care, but it can be tricky to balance and apply these three strands in practice. Taking a practice-based approach, this book explores the daily dilemmas faced by modern health care practitioners, using engaging clinical scenarios drawn from across the fields of health care.
Suitable for practitioners and students of both law and medicine, as well as the general reader, this title examines the regulation of medical practice, the rights and duties of patients and their medical advisers, the provision of compensation for medical mishaps and more.
The author argues that the strong connections between moral meaning and spirituality are often not reflected in the health and social care literature. Using case studies and examples from everyday situations, the author provides a practical framework for incorporating spirituality into ethical decision-making and care.
Examines recent developments in ethics and applies these to the practice and organisation of the caring professions. Focuses on what kind of ethical theory might be helpful for professional ethics and explores debates from the perspectives of liberalism, feminism, ecology, postmodernism and constructivism. Hugman from Uni of NSW.
Written in a non-technical style, this topical text encourages the reader to work through the differences and similarities between law and ethics. Using case studies at the beginning of each chapter to demonstrate scenarios that health professionals may face in day-to-day practice, with a theoretical discussion of legal and ethical issues.
Ethics: The Heart of Healthcare, Third Edition provides clarification and extension of the argument that ethics is everywhere in health care, and that therefore codes and principles are just not enough to help us practice in the best ways.