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- Hodder Arnold
- Davidson, Ben
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- 50:B&W 7.44 x 9.69 in or 246 x 189 mm (Crown 4vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
- 780 g
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Ethical Strife339Tillfälligt slut – klicka "Bevaka" för att få ett mejl så fort boken går att köpa igen.Psychiatric nursing is fraught with more ethical dilemmas than any other area of nursing practice. Ethical dilemmas arise on a day-to-day, if not moment-to-moment basis. The need to confront, appreciate and attempt to resolve these dilemmas represents a major challenge for the practitioner, the educationalist and the researcher. This edited text discusses a range of ethical issues that affect psychiatric nurses. The authors emphasise the direct experience of ethical dilemmas and also provide support from theory and research. Each chapter is prefaced by an introduction to reflect the editors' view of the particular issues involved. This book will appeal to a wide cross-section of nurses and those who educate and manage them. The real-life scenarios which accompany each chapter will bring ethics to life for every reader.
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This stimulating book explores the terrain of ethical conduct in psychiatric nursing and will be of interest to all mental health professionals with a critical approach to their work. Journal of Critical Psychology
Introduction: The Ethical Landscape Section 1: Social relations Freedom, psychiatry and responsibility Society, disturbance and illness The ethics of professionalised care The role of the psychiatric nurse The ethics of anti-psychiatry Creating from chaos Psychiatric nursing and the myth of altruism Dissent Section 2: Individual Struggles Whose reality is it anyway? Asserting difference Working with women Writing as a tool for reflective practice: sketches from an eating disorder unit Doing and being - a Buddhist perspective on craving and addictions The paradox of psychiatric nursing - making a difference by doing nothing Trying to treat the system - dominance and negotiation in family therapy Section 3: Ideology Listening to clients Clinical sociology and empowerment Community psychology: a social action approach to psychological distress Democracy in psychiatric settings: collectivism vs. individualism Quality assurance: the ethical dimension of measuring work The ethics of purchasing a self Reframing the experience of AIDS: marginalisation, liminality and beyond The wounded healer Epilogue: the heart of the ethical matter.