Ethical decision making in nursing and healthcare : the symphonological approach / Gladys L. Husted, James H. Husted

Author(s): Husted, Gladys L
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Subjects: Nursing ethics
Nursing--Decision making
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Edition: 3rd ed
Published: New York : Springer, c2001
LC Classification: R, RT
Physical Description: xxvi, 305 p. ; 24 cm
Table of Contents: List of Case Study Dilemmas
List of Figures
A Note to Educators: Using This Book as a Textbook / Carrie Scotto
Sect. 1. The Basics of Ethical Decision Making
1. A Critical History of Ethics 3
2. The Nature of the Ethical Context 19
3. The Ethical Approach of Professional and Patient in the Health Care Setting 43
4. The Professional/Patient Agreement 61
5. The Bioethical Standards and Their Role as Preconditions of the Agreement 81
Preface to Chapter 6 103
6. The Power of Analysis Through Extremes 105
Sect. 2. Beyond the Basics - An Extended Perspective
7. The Bioethical Standards as Lenses 121
8. Apparent Conflicts Among the Bioethical Standards 133
9. Virtue and its Value 149
Sect. 3. Advanced Issues
10. Elements of Human Autonomy 167
11. Advanced Concepts in Symphonological Theory 205
Sect. 4. Use of Symphonology in Roles Other Than Direct Patient Care
12. The Educator/Student/Patient Agreement / Barbara A. Brown 215
13. The Administrator/Health Professional/Patient Agreement / Marge Hardt, Kimberly C. Hopey 219
14. The Researcher/Subject Agreement / Barbara A. Brown 229
15. The Professional/Patient Agreement and Advance Directives / Barbara A. Brown 233
Sect. 5. Case Study Analyses
Analyses of Dilemmas 241
Glossary 285
Index 299
Added Titles: Husted, Gladys L Ethical decision making in nursing
Additional Authors: Husted, James H
Notes: LCCN: 2001032027
Invalid LCCN: 2001032032
ISBN: 0826114326
Rev. ed. of: Ethical decision making in nursing / Gladys L. Husted, James H. Husted. 2nd ed. c1995
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents: The basics of ethical decision making. A critical history of ethics -- The nature of ethical context -- The ethical approach of professional and patient in the health care setting -- The professional/patient agreement -- The bioethical standards and their role as preconditions of the agreement -- The power of analysis through extremes. Beyond the basics--an extended perspective. The bioethical standards as lenses -- Apparent conflicts among the bioethical standards -- Virtue and its value. Advanced issues. Elements of human autonomy -- Advanced concepts in symphonological theory. Use of symphonology in roles other than direct patient care. The educator/student/patient agreement -- The administrator/health professional/patient agreement -- The researcher/subject agreement -- The professional/patient agreement and advance directives. Case study analyses. Analyses of dilemmas
OCLC Number: 46829391
ISBN/ISSN: 0826114326