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Educating for Moral Action : Sourcebook in Health and Rehabilitation Ethics

Educating for Moral Action : Sourcebook in Health and Rehabilitation Ethics - 05 edition

ISBN13: 978-0803612617

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Publisher: F. A. Davis Co.
Published: 2005
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Educating for Moral Action : Sourcebook in Health and Rehabilitation Ethics - 05 edition

ISBN13: 978-0803612617

Ruth B. Purtilo, Gail M. Jensen and Charlotte Brasic Royeen

ISBN13: 978-0803612617
ISBN10: 0803612613
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 05
Publisher: F. A. Davis Co.

Published: 2005
International: No
Summary

This new resource is written for physical therapy and occupational therapy administrators, curriculum coordinators and educators. Stemming from the summer 2003 "Dreamcatchers" Conference, Creighton University's "Leadership in Ethics Education", the authors have assembled a veritable "who's who" of PT and OT academics to share their insights regarding contemporary issues in health and rehabilitation ethics. Going beyond the "nuts and bolts" of teaching ethics, the text aims to present pedagogical strategies that will ultimately change the face of how educators think and, consequently, how they teach ethics to the next generation of health professionals.

Key Features

  • Contributors write from their insights and experiences, taking a fresh look at relevant concepts and issues for their respective professions.
  • The collaboration of the contributors takes an important step towards interdisciplinary work across PT and OT in an area where other disciplines will be encouraged to join in future efforts. This book puts PT and OT on the map of ethics discourse, positioning these health professions as a voice in larger ethics initiatives.
  • A diverse array of chapters will challenge the reader to examine critical ethical issues in our current health care system more deeply as well as redefine the way ethics is taught in current health professions education. The models and concepts presented are both provocative and practical.
  • This book is a for-purchase-only guide for administrators, curriculum coordinators and educators for teaching ethics to the next generation of health care professionals. It is not an adoption-based text for students.

Table of Contents

A Note from the Editors
Overview Chapter

Section I. Broadening Our Worldview of Ethics

1. New Respect for Respect in Ethics Education

Ruth B. Purtilo, PhD

2. Affirming Empathy as a Moral Disposition

Suzanne M. Peloquin, PhD., MA, FAOTA

3. The Ethics of Competence

Penelope A. Moyers, EdD, OTR, FAOTA

4. An Ethic of Diversity

Shirley A. Wells, MPH, OTR, FAOTA

5. The Self Under Siege: Warring Constructs of Individualism vs.Communitarianism and Autocratic vs. Democratic Models of Governance in Rehabilitation Settings

Jeffrey L. Crabtree, OTD, MS, FAOTA

6. Creating Community: An Essay on the Social Responsibility of Health Professionals

Charles Christiansen, EdD, OTR, FAOTA

7. Stigma and Personal Responsibility: Moral Dimensions of a Chronic Illness

Patricia Benner, RN, PhD, FAAN

Section II. Health Care Environment: Contextualizing Ethics

8. The Ephemeral Ethics of Evidence-Based Practice

Charlotte Brasic Royeen, Ph.D., OTR/L, FAOTA

9. Examining the Moral Role of Physical Therapists

Herm Triezenberg, PhD, PT

10. The Impact of Advances in Medical Technology on Rehabilitative Care

Regina F. Doherty, MS, OTR/L

11. Professional Responsibility and Advocacy for Access to Rehabilitation Services: A Case Study in Lymphedema Services in Vermont

Lee Nelson, PT, DPT, MS

12. Disparity In Practice: Healing The Breach

Laurita (Laurie) Hack, PhD, PT, FAPTA

13. Enhancing Professional Accountability: Inquiry into the Work of a Health Profession's Ethics Committee

Mary Ann Wharton, MS, PT

14. Neuroethics: The New Millennium View

Ivelisse (Ivy) Lazzarini, OTD, OTR/L

15. The Ethics of Client-Centered Care Models

Panelpha (Penny) L. Kyler, MA, OT, FAOTA

16. Three Realms of Ethics: An Integrating Map of Ethics for the Future

John W. Glaser, STD

17. A Model for Ethical Decision-Making to Inform the Ethics Education of Future Health Care Professionals

Karen G. Gervais, PhD (Consultant Chapter)

Section III. Transforming Ethics Education: Strategies for Student Learning

18. Mindfulness: Applications for Teaching and Learning in Ethics Education

Gail M. Jensen, PT, PhD

19. Reflections on Spirituality: Implications for Ethics Education

Linda Gabriel, PhD, OTR/L

20. Educating Adult Health Professional for Moral Action: In Search of Moral Courage

Carol M. Davis, EdD, PT, FAPTA

21. Environment, Professional Identity, and the Roles of the Ethics Educator: An Agenda for Development of the Professional Ethics Curriculum

Laura Lee (Dolly) Swisher, PT, MDiv, PhD

22. Integrating Theories and Practices of Adult Teaching and Learning: Implications for Ethics Education

Susan W. Sisola, PhD, PT

23. Reflections on Student Learning

Ernest Nalette, EdD, M.Ed, PT

24. Teaching and Learning about Ethical and Human Dimensions of Care in Clinical Education: Exploring Student and Clinical Instructor Experiences in Physical Therapy

Elizabeth Mostrom, PhD, PT

25. Mock IRB: A Teaching Case

Jan Bruckner, PhD, PT

26. Reflections on the Ethics of Teaching

Aimee Luebben, EdD, OTR, FAOTA

27. Applying the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning to Ethics Education in Occupational and Physical Therapy

Amy Haddad, RN, PhD (Consultant Chapter)

Index

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