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Cultural Competence and Ethical Decision Making for Health Care Professionals

Brenda Louw
2016 Humanities and Social Sciences  
Cultural competence and ethical decision making are two separate, yet intrinsically related concepts which are central to services rendered by all health care professionals.  ...  Health care professionals who incorporate cultural competence and ethical decision making will be empowered to provide the best services to their clients/ patients in multicultural contexts to ensure optimum  ...  Ethical Decision Making Professional ethics is inherent to all health care professional practice.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.hss.s.2016040201.17 fatcat:q6jqw2cufzb7dg7o42kyox7uca

Ethical Issues in Emergency Preparedness and Response for Health Professionals

2004 Virtual Mentor  
integrity, and uphold key ethical ideals.  ...  Arguing that their efforts will afford needed protection from bioterrorist threats and also strengthen the health system, the nation's leaders have called upon health professionals to play a central role  ...  Our methods for threat assessment and the role for health professionals in bioterrorism protections call for scrutiny.  ... 
doi:10.1001/virtualmentor.2004.6.5.msoc2-0405 pmid:23260590 fatcat:ono7iyiaczcrpfoiedutqpl7ya

Law and ethics support for health professionals: an alternative model

L E Hagger
2005 Journal of Medical Ethics  
There were many requests for days on specialist themes directed at mental health professionals, child health professionals, and community health professionals.  ...  F ollowing surveys identifying the need for ongoing learning in relation to law and ethics amongst health professionals, the Law and Ethics Education and Development (LEED) initiative was launched.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jme.2003.006965 pmid:15681678 pmcid:PMC1734082 fatcat:yuh2cznuarh6lloahh5prj7ky4

Ethics and Total Worker Health®: Constructs for Ethical Decision-Making and Competencies for Professional Practice

Bonnie Rogers, Anita L. Schill
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
A core set of proposed ethical competencies for TWH professionals are identified as a transdisciplinary framework to support workplace ethical culture.  ...  A review of relevant Total Worker Health (TWH) literature, related ethical constructs and competencies, an examination of codes of ethics for occupational safety and health and health promotion/education  ...  Professional Codes of Ethics Health professionals including those in occupational safety and health, health education, and health promotion will find guidance for ethical decision-making in their respective  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph181910030 pmid:34639332 fatcat:qqwiekhk7rfk5c2wipxuojuywq

Ethical and Professional Demands for Forensic Mental Health Professionals in the Post-Atkins Era

Stanley L. Brodsky, Virginia A. Galloway
2003 Ethics & behavior  
Yet, these opportunities come with their own ethical and professional issues. This article has described some of the ethical and professional issues engendered by the recent Supreme Court decision.  ...  It demeans free enterprise concepts within professional psychology to dismiss forensic and nonforensic mental health professionals who hope to improve their earnings.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327019eb1301_02 fatcat:ua2ncapsxvevteypv3tw5bi34q

Ethical guidelines for health care professionals
Etičke norme za zdravstvene radnike

Danica Đuričić, Igor Pantić
2009 Zdravstvena zastita  
Ово се не односи на право сваког здравственог радника да Stru~ni i nau~ni radovi Ethical guidelines for health care professionals Djuricic D, Pantic I.  ...  Ово се не односи на право сваког здравственог радника да Stru~ni i nau~ni radovi Ethical guidelines for health care professionals Djuricic D, Pantic I.  ...  Health care professionals most often take the updated version of The Hippocratic Oath -the Declaration of Geneva.  ... 
doi:10.5937/zz0902041d fatcat:2ewwhjbrwvdknpo2yysb3xli6y

Inter-professional education: The necessity for ethical growth in health domain

Z Vafadar, Z Vanaki, A Ebadi
2014 Journal of Medical Education and Development  
process of ethical growth in health sciences students during inter-professional education.  ...  This study has been done to determine process of ethical growth and achieving ethical competency in health sciences students during inter-professional education.  ...  Inter-professional education: The necessity for ethical growth in health domain Vafadar Z (PhD) 1 , Vanaki Z(PhD) *2 , Ebadi A (PhD) 3 Hanson S.  ... 
doaj:567c3c71076d443b957c08caad90732f fatcat:26zm6pbnv5alvgezmbsafgovfe

Ethics in Professional Practice: An Education Resource for Health Science Students

Belinda Kenny, The University of Sydney, Kate Thomson, Amanda Semaan, Laura Di Michele, Natalie Pollard, Madelyn Nicole, Yobelli Jimenez, Lindy McAllister, The University of Sydney, The University of Sydney, The University of Sydney (+4 others)
2019 International Journal of Practice-based Learning in Health and Social Care  
Ethical practice is a core health science graduate attribute yet ethical reasoning is rarely explicitly taught during professional placements.  ...  Our aim was to design an educational resource for health science students to 1) engage students in the topic of ethics and 2) facilitate their skills to identify, manage and communicate ethical issues  ...  The project team acknowledges the advice and support received from the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney educational design team, with special thanks to Tina Barclay, Sasha Cohen and Peter  ... 
doi:10.18552/ijpblhsc.v7i1.552 fatcat:ms2qyhf3u5enjcn7p3qqzg6fsa

Mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for oral health professionals (OHPs) - Ethical appraisal

Thembelihle M Mtolo, Pagollang D Motloba, Neil H Wood
2021 South African Dental Journal  
Oral health professionals in this context of this paper, represent all oral health professionals involved in the management dental patients.  ...  This paper interrogates aspect of clinical ethics, including the Hippocratic Oath, principilism, public health ethics (Utilitarianism) and Kantian deontology, to tackle the questions raised.  ...  Oral health professionals in this context of this paper, represent all oral health professionals involved in the management dental patients.  ... 
doi:10.17159/2519-0105/2021/v76no1a7 fatcat:dvgj5n2bezbxze5eizbkrq4b2e

Continuing the conversation about public health ethics: education for public health professionals in Europe

Lisa M Lee, Miguel Ángel Royo-Bordonada
2015 Public Health Reviews  
for health.  ...  Public health ethics education is partly about understanding the ethical drivers of public health action, partly about professionalism-or demonstrating integrity as a public health practitioner, partly  ...  Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethics Issues, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, or the Spanish National Health Service.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40985-015-0001-4 pmid:29450033 pmcid:PMC5804496 fatcat:hrbl7pdstzgpxinlpgscsnbgly

Caring for the Trafficked Patient: Ethical Challenges and Recommendations for Health Care Professionals

2017 The AMA Journal of Ethic  
Applying the bioethical principles of respect for autonomy, nonmaleficence, beneficence, and justice, this article considers the ethics of care model as a trauma-informed framework for providing health  ...  Effective health care services for trafficked patients require clinicians to consider individual patients' needs, wishes, goals, priorities, risks, and vulnerabilities as well as public health implications  ...  This article uses Beauchamp and Childress's principles of respect for autonomy, nonmaleficence, beneficence, and justice [12] to examine some of the ethical dilemmas faced by health professionals when  ... 
doi:10.1001/journalofethics.2017.19.1.msoc2-1701 pmid:28107159 fatcat:v7ggqzq5gnccjmihdyt6vxhmbu

Ethical consequences for professionals from the globalization of food, nutrition and health

Noel W Solomons
2002 Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition  
The challenges for the professional in pursuit of ethical advocacy in a globalized era are to learn the fundamentals of ethical principles; to bear in mind a respect for difference and differentiation  ...  Globalization also presents a challenge to the development of ethics for practice and advocacy by food and nutrition professionals.  ...  In fact, codes of conduct are common ways to operationalize ethical behaviour. Examples of selected codes for ethical professional conduct are illustrated in Table 4 .  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1440-6047.11.supp3.14.x pmid:12492659 fatcat:a4web7qkjfgkbmpjsmwizxwbsy

Ethical professional practice: exploring the issues for health services to rural Aboriginal communities

Judi Malone
2012 Rural and remote health  
A B S T R A C T Context: This article provides a first person account of the experience of professional ethics for a psychologist who has worked in several Aboriginal communities in Alberta, Canada.  ...  Issues: These small rural communities tend to have few services and health services are typically provided by multidisciplinary health teams.  ...  Issues Professional ethics for Canadian psychologists ...the central dilemma for small community psychologists [is] how to practice at a high ethical level according to ethics codes, and how to also  ... 
doi:10.22605/rrh1891 fatcat:wvl5ovlirfgspejgy3ytbnlmyy

Suggested Principles of Professional Ethics for the Online Provision of Mental Health Services

Robert C. Hsiung
2001 Telemedicine journal and e-health  
The goal of this project was to suggest principles of professional ethics for the online provision of clinical mental health services that could guide both clinicians who provide and patients who receive  ...  A joint committee of the International Society for Mental Health Online (ISMHO) and the Psychiatric Society for Informatics (PSI) was formed.  ...  Acknowledgments The members of the joint International Society for Mental Health Online/Psychiatric Society for Informatics "Committee A" were Martha Ainsworth (co-chair), Michael  ... 
doi:10.1089/153056201300093895 pmid:11321708 fatcat:wbgyeftkvza2hhde24e3t52bl4

Designing a Pattern for Development Professional Ethics of Government Organization: Health System of Iran

M Haghgoo, K Daneshfard, SJ Tabibi
2018 Journal of Health Administration  
This study was conducted to to improve human resourcing in Iran by means of proposing a pattern for professional ethics development. Methods: The present study was carried out in two stages in 2017.  ...  The structure, requeirments, and background of professionalism has not yet been discussed in Iranina health sector.  ... 
doaj:ba7b881007e0495e9de6bf52c30efad8 fatcat:r3czbynipbe57cpt2onysedcma
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