Ethics and education (Book)
- Ethics. Pooser, Polly B. // ASHA Leader;11/19/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 21, p9
Focuses on the ethical concern when a parent disagrees with the clinical judgment of a clinician.
- Elevator talk: Are patients getting the shaft? // Patient Care;9/30/1995, Vol. 29 Issue 15, p14
Reports the inappropriate comments in public elevators by health care workers in a study of five Pennsylvania hospitals. Examples of comments passed.
- The professional standard of care in clinical negligence. Tingle, John // British Journal of Nursing;10/24/2002, Vol. 11 Issue 19, p1267
Discusses the breach of duty in relation to healthcare professionals in Great Britain. Role of the nurse; Medical standard of care; Minority nursing opinion. INSET: KEY POINTS.
- DOCTOR-NURSE RELATIONS TENSE. // Materials Management in Health Care;Jan2010, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p5
The article reports on the prevalence of the inappropriate work behavior between nurses and doctors in the health care setting in the U.S.
- Personal View. Datta, Pradip K. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);4/11/1987, Vol. 294 Issue 6577, p968
Comments on the punctuality of medical personnel in Scotland and England. Effect of bad timekeeping on the medical proceedings and other personnel involved; Comparison on the clinic of late and on time medical consultants; Experience as a surgical staff.
- Ethical Dilemmas in Nonclinical Health Research from a UK Perspectives. Grinyer, A. // Nursing Ethics;Mar2001, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p123
This article examines the ethical dilemmas faced by professional and academic researchers in the health field who undertake nonclinical or social research among patients or staff. The experiences of health researchers and health professionals in the UK are directly relevant to those undertaking...
- Warning: Watch what you say in the elevator. Ventura, Marissa // RN;Jan96, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p11
Reports that nurses and other health care professionals often make unprofessional comments when riding hospital elevators used by the public, according to a study published in `The American Journal of Medicine.' Types of comments usually made by nursing staff and other health professionals.
- The end of civility? Lauer, Charles S. // Modern Healthcare;3/4/2002, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p29
Presents an article about the prevalence of rudeness in the field of medical care in the U.S. Situations that show lack of good manners; Examples of good manners; Factors that influence a person's manners.
- TORT CLAIMS AND HEALTH LAW. // Reporter;Jun2001, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p19
Focuses on tort claims and health law in the United States. Medical personnel's restrictions and limitation of receipt of gifts under the Joint Ethics Regulation; Investigation of a malpractice case; Completion of the investigation of the March 12, 2001 bombing accident at Kuwait's Udairi Range.