4 edition of Manual of guidelines on clinical-ethical issues. found in the catalog.
Manual of guidelines on clinical-ethical issues.
Includes bibliographical references
|Contributions||Catholic Health Association of the United States.|
|LC Classifications||R725.56 .M3 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (loose-leaf) ;|
|LC Control Number||91142792|
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The recently published Manual of Guidelines on Clinical Ethical Issues continues this trend. Its purpose is described in the introduction as a reponse "to requests for guidance in the formation of policies and guidelines on ethical issues in the clinical setting." The Manual has three sections.
[Book Review] Manual of Guidelines on Clinical-Ethical Issues Catholic Health Association of the United States, S1. Louis, Mo., edited by Diana Bader, O.
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Professional Guidelines. Although consensus is lacking on some issues, professional ethical guidelines serve as important references. Examples include the American Medical Association's Code of Ethics, the American College of Physicians' Ethics Manual, and the British Medical Association's Handbook of Ethics and Law.
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Nursing Ethics PhD students use APA for the course essay and research papers. Students can quote from publications in any language, but need to provide an English translation. Develop the ability to reason through difficult medical/clinical ethical issues both orally, in the context of a group of their peers, and through written work.
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Probably the most important ethical principles that you need to know in clinical practice are outlined below. They will help guide you through most of your ethical decision-making. Autonomy - This ethical value refers to the ability of the competent patient to make his/her own decisions about choosing or refusing treatments.
Beneficence - Another major principal of medical. The four-bin approach consists of differentiating legal, clinical, ethical and risk-management issues, and then integrating these four bins into a coherent response.
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