Read More Every pharmacist, aware or not, is constantly making ethical choices. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 5 1 Markkua Center for Applied Ethics. Care, ethics, and elders from racialized minorities. This group emphasizes the autonomy of the healthcare provider to be able to provide care for whomever he or she wishes most likely those who are able to pay or otherwise reciprocate most for the treatment.
Ethics and Cross-Cultural Nursing. On the other hand, providing healthcare only for those who can afford it leads to an attitude of entitlement among those privileged patients.
Health Policy and Ethics, 96 11 Should the nurse consider the cost of the treatment in deciding whether to recommend the treatment? Case Studies in Nursing Ethics 3rd Ed. Cultural competence, ethics, and health-care transformation.
Nursing ethics, caring and culture. Minority Patients Need Cultural Brokers. Ethics and Cultural Competency: The format used involves the presentation of information about a basic ethical concept, for example, patient autonomy, which is then explored through several pertinent case studies.
Copyright Gale, Cengage Learning. Retrieved Sep 12 from https: This leads the U. Following the introductory sections, each chapter focuses on different ethical perspectives or principles. University of Washington, School of Medicine.
The Virtue of Multiculturalism: Because they cannot participate in the U. Both of these problems echo, not only in the healthcare field, but in the broader concept of ecology: Brown University Training Materials: Virtual Mentor, 8 2 Howard University Medical School. These situations are believable, detailed, and represent a variety of topics.
Some studies relate to the ethical principle being presented and others are more general in nature. Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1 Taken to an extreme, the principle of autonomy might dictate that the patient should be able to receive whatever type of care he wants, whether or not the doctor believes it is the best treatment for his ailment.
Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 22 4 J Law Med Ethics, 36 1 These are not very specific and in most cases are predictable, but educators may find them helpful. This third edition accounts for some of the many changes in pharmacy practice and in the delivery of health care since the second edition.
Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 18 1 This book is a collection of those situations based on the real experiences of practicing pharmacists.
Cultural Competence and Community Studies: Those without sufficient resources to participate in the healthcare economy will not receive as much care as the resourced members.
Most cases conclude with critical thinking questions. If a nurse were exclusively to follow the principle of autonomy in caring for the abovementioned child, she might be obliged to provide the chemotherapy treatment, no matter how expensive, as long as the patient or his family desired it.
One way of seeing the implications of such issues and the moral choices they pose is to look at the experiences of practitioners and the kinds of choices they have had to make in situations typically faced by pharmacists.
American Psychology, 61 6: Cultural Adaptability of Aristotelian Ethical Notion. The New York Academy of Sciences.Fry, S. T., Veatch, R. M. and Taylor, C., Case Studies in Nursing Ethics. 4th ed. Massachusetts: Jones & Bartlett Learning. Pozgar, G.
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