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Health Promotion and Professional Ethics

Author: Dictator on 6-12-2018, 15:16

Health Promotion and Professional Ethics
Alan Cribb, Peter Duncan, "Health Promotion and Professional Ethics"
English | 2002 | ISBN: 0632056037 | PDF | pages: 184 | 1.0 mb


Health promotion is an increasingly important part of the work ofmost health professionals. Yet health promotion is qualitativelydifferent from traditional health care activities.
This book will be a focused introduction to, and exploration of,ethical issues in health promotion. It aims to provide a rationalefor the underlying value of health promotion and for resolvingvalue conflicts. To what extent should an individual be obliged tocontribute to the collective health of a society? Should a societybe more concerned to promote health than to treat existing diseaseand illness? Indeed can a society be said to have a responsibilityfor the health of its members?
The first part of the book addresses the theoretical context ofethics and health promotion. The second part focuses on examplesrelating to nursing and other health professionals, using a casestudy approach. The book will be invaluable in helpingprofessionals understand and respond to ethical challenges inpractical ways.

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