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Ethical dilemmas in pediatrics

a case study approach

by Edwin N. Forman

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pediatrics -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Case studies.,
  • Ethics, Medical -- case studies.,
  • Pediatrics -- case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementEdwin N. Forman, Rosalind Ekman Ladd.
    ContributionsLadd, Rosalind Ekman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ47 .F67 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 142 p. ;
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1858122M
    ISBN 100387974547, 3540974547
    LC Control Number90010398

    Pediatric Collections offers what you need to know – original, focused research in a snapshot approach. The ethical issues that arise in pediatrics vary drastically from those in other clinical settings because young children cannot make decisions for themselves. Nurses working in the pediatric field of nursing are faced with a wide variety of ethical dilemmas. There are many ethical dilemmas that can arise in the work field. Many individuals are having a tough time deciding to vaccinate their children; this in turn can leave society with a huge dilemma ethically.

    This book identifies the various ethical challenges that arise in pediatric hematology/oncology and provides the necessary tools to overcome these challenges. Aiming to expand upon and strengthen providers’ knowledge and experience in pediatric health care ethical issues, the text positions providers to be beneficial resources to faculty. Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatric Nursing Unit 1 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for : Cheryl Mckenzie.

    Ethical Dilemmas: Considerations in the Care of the Pediatric Patient; Adults. Ethical Issues Facing the Speech-Language Pathologist in the Acute Care Setting; Dysphagia Ethics: The Case of Ms. F; Ethical Dilemmas: The Case of Mrs. J; Ethical Dilemmas: The Case of Mrs. J - The Conclusion; Ethical Dilemmas: The Case of Mr. I, cont'd. Professional ethicists wax eloquent about various ethical paradigms -- consequentialism, which focuses on outcomes; deontology, which obsesses about duty; egoism, which seeks what's best for the self. As a pediatric nurse, you don't have the luxury of indulging in theory as if .


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Ethical dilemmas in pediatrics by Edwin N. Forman Download PDF EPUB FB2

This collection of cases and commentaries in pediatrics highlights the difficult ethical dilemmas that can arise during high-tech hospital care of children in precarious circumstances.

It serves as a teaching tool for clinical ethics and as an introduction for medical students and residents.5/5(1). Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Skip to main content.

Try Prime Books Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Cited by: 8. PedSAP Book 1 • Research and Study Design in Pediatrics 8 Ethical Considerations in Pediatric Research HISTORY OF HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH The exploitation of subjects by researchers has a long and dark history.

One of the most graphic exploitations was that conducted by the Nazi regime during World War II. PrisonersFile Size: KB. It is, first and foremost, a teaching tool.

It can be used for class discussion or case conferences with medical students or residents, nurses, and other staff in pediatrics or family medicine. It can also be used for self-teaching or continuing education by those already in practice.

No one who reads this book is a beginner at moral reasoning. In pediatrics, as in all of health care, the depth and breadth of interest in and scholarly work on ethical issues are expanding rapidly.

Ethical issues in the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome alone has become a growth industry, spawning half a dozen journals and a myriad of articles on ethical issues, including justifications for exclusion from institutional settings, involuntary testing Author: N.

Fost. In pediatric nursing, ethical dilemmas offer unique challenges, as they involve minors and third parties, normally the parent or guardian of the child. Ethical dilemma in pediatrics arises mainly because the minor cannot make independent decision pertaining to treatment, a responsibility that is legally accorded to the guardian.

Ethical Problems in Pediatrics: A Dozen Dilemmas, by Arnold Melnick, DO, presents 12 brief pediatric case scenarios, representing common ethical dilemmas that a pediatrician is likely to encounter. Case presentations are followed by a series of ethics-related “options,” or problems, that a practicing physician would have to : Christina M.

Murdock. Pediatrics ethics education should enhance medical students' skills to deal with ethical problems that may arise in the different settings of care. This study aimed to analyze the ethical problems experienced by physicians who have medical education and pediatric care responsibilities, and if those problems are associated to their workplace, medical specialty and area of clinical by: 7.

Pediatric Decision Making Code of Medical Ethics Opinion As the persons best positioned to understand their child’s unique needs and interests, parents (or guardians) are asked to fill the dual responsibility of protecting their children and, at the same time, empowering them and promoting development of children’s capacity to become.

This collection of cases and commentaries in pediatrics highlights the difficult ethical dilemmas that can arise during high-tech hospital care of children in precarious circumstances.

It serves as a teaching tool for clinical ethics and as an introduction for medical students and residents. Pediatric ethics is a branch of bioethics that analyzes moral aspects of decisions made relating to the health care of children.

In general terms, the autonomy driven framework of adult medical ethics is replaced by a beneficent paternalism (or parentalism) in pediatrics. Pediatric ethics is distinctive because the pediatric clinician has an independent fiduciary obligation to act in a younger.

Clinical problems with ethical implications pose an ever increasing dilemma in everyday medical practice, and this is particularly the case with ethical issues involving children and those unable to take their own decisions.

In this editorial we shall review some of the general principles that guide medical ethical. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics Edited by Lorry R.

Frankel, Amnon Goldworth. Each chapter contains a summary of the key issues covered and recommendations for approaching similar situations in other contexts. Clinical Ethics in Pediatrics: A Case-Based Textbook is an essential resource for all physicians who care for children, as well as medical educators, residents and scholars in clinical bioethics.

This book examines the many ethical issues related to health and health care in children. It describes the field of Pediatric ethics, a unique and important aspect of the discipline of bioethics, the study of moral conduct in health care and the rational process for determining the best course of action in the face of conflicting choices.

Learning about clinical ethics can help nurses identify, understand, and resolve common ethical issues in pediatric critical care. By studying published cases, healthcare workers can gain experience in resolving specific dilemmas.

35, 50 By studying cases that illustrate common ethical problems, nurses can better recognize the ethical issues.

COVID campus closures: see options for getting or retaining Remote Access to subscribed contentAuthor: William B. Weil. The cases in this book are brief and rather skeletal in nature. This is partly to deflect the natural curiosity of those who are driven to seek more and more medical details, hoping thus to resolve the ethical issues or avoid them entirely.

It also allows the reader to concentrate on one ethical issue at a time. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, The National Academies Press. doi: / IECs within a general hospital setting should ensure an adequate degree of multidisciplinary expertise for addressing ethical issues specific to pediatrics.

One of these books is Ethical Dilemmas in Pediatrics. A multiauthored book covering a wide range of topics A multiauthored book covering a wide range of topics Eric Kodish, M.D.

Ethical Issues with the consent processs. In many neonatal trials, the enrollment should occur at or soon after birth. This raises ethical issues similar to those in emergency research.

Seeking consent within a short period of time not only causes parental distress;[59,60] it might violate the principle of. Define ethics and its unique aspects in treating the pediatric population. Identify common ethical dilemmas when caring for children. Cite ethics-related resources and guidelines to help support medical decision-making.This book examines the many ethical issues that are encountered in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU).

It supports pediatricians, nurses, residents, and other providers in their daily management of critically ill children with the dilemmas that arise.