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Table Of Contents

Contents:

List of Contributors
Foreword, by Terrie Wetle
Preface

I INTRODUCTION
1 An Introduction to Bioethics as It Relates to Teams and Geriatrics
2 Using this Book as a Teaching Tool

II PROFESSIONALS
3 Ethics and Culture of Care
4 Professional Attitudes Toward End-of-Life Decision Making

III CARE RECIPIENTS
5 Protecting the Patient's Voice on the Team
6 Guarding Patients' Secrets: Clinician's Responsibility to Protect Patient Confidentiality
7 Conflicting Interests: Dilemmas of Decision Making for Patients, Families, and Teams
8 Refusal to Comply: What to Do When the Interdisciplinary Team Plan Doesn't Work
9 Protecting Patients: The Special Case of Elder Abuse and Neglect

IV TEAMS AND HOW THEY WORK ACROSS HEALTH CARE SETTINGS
10 Using Ethics Consultation to Resolve Team Conflict
11 Avoiding the Darker Side of Geriatric Teamwork
12 Exploring Responsibility, Accountability, and Authority in Geriatric Team Performance
13 The Locus of Care and Its Effect on the Presentation of Ethical Conundrums

V IMPACT OF THE ORGANIZATION ON TEAM CARE
14 Ethical Dilemmas of Team decisions in a Cost-Conscious Environment
15 Duly Compensated or Compromised? Multiple Providers and Cross-Institutional Decision Making
16 Transitions from Setting to Setting along the Care Continuum: The Case for Megateams
17 Emerging Ethical Issues in Geriatric Team Care

Glossary
Index

Ethical Patient Care
A Casebook for Geriatric Health Care Teams
QTY:
$28.00
Publication Date: 29 Apr 2003
Status: Available
Trim Size: 6" x 9"
Page Count: 376 pages
Illustrations: 7 line drawings
ISBN: 9780801876523