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Helpful book for students to be able to gain some understanding of ethical issues in healthcare. Accessible and not too detailed so good for students who may struggle with a lot of reading.
The inter professional nature of this text suits the range of students on the course
Values and ethics texts are often hard going, not so this delightful, one by Peter Duncan. The use of case studies and his notion of 'ordinary' health care enable him to deliver a readable and accessible book with many layers. This then will take the reader into careful and reflective thinking and discourse that they might otherwise not have considered.
Excellent book which helps students and faculty discuss professional ethics from various angles. In doing so it not only helps us understand the contingent nature of ethics but also allows for the development of critical thinking per se.
This is a an excellent clear and concise book which really addresses ethics in nursing.
Good as a supplementary reading some issues pertinent to midwifery
This is an excellent resource for anyone interested in learning more about health and social care values. What I enjoyed about the book is the case examples used throughout to demonstrate how values can be applied in real settings. Some emphasis on ethical challenges faced by health care providers. Useful for a range of readers including A levels, undergraduate and post graduate students.
This book gives the undergraduate students a solid foundation for further studies in Healthcare Ethics.
In Values, Ethics and Health Care the authors have provided students with an accesible and managable introduction to the subject, allowing them the opportunity to develop essential knowledge and skills which are crucial for their academic and vocational development.
A highly valuable text which students from all health care professions can adapt into their own practice. I will be using this text with both paramedics and nurses.
This is an easily read, comprehensive book which complements the teaching of Health/research ethics
Essential reading for anyone engaging with research in a healthcare setting.
User friendly text.
Highly recommended and have placed on reading lists as essential readings. If you are looking for an introductory text that begins to introduce Values in a very simply but effective way with great examples then I would highly recommended this text for students.
Not focused sufficiently in mental health practice
A good sound text with a llikable layout and content relevant to present clinical activity.
A bit demanding for our students, I expected more concrete information.
Excellent book to explore different values and ethics in social care.
A well planned and easily navigated text.
It is a suitable text for all levels of student and experience and is relevant to all aspects of care in the hospital and community setting
A non threatening approach to some complex issues. Students are often intimidated by the concept of ethics in relation to understanding its context in health care. This book is informative and concise.
well researched providing the student with a good overview of the subject
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