9780803612617

Educating For Moral Action

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  • ISBN13:

    9780803612617

  • ISBN10:

    0803612613

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-01-17
  • Publisher: F a Davis Co

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Summary

From the summer 2003 Dreamcatchers Conference, Creighton University's Leadership in Ethics Education , the authors have assembled a veritable who's who of PT and OT academics to share their insights on contemporary issues in health and rehabilitation ethics. Going beyond the nuts and bolts of teaching ethics, they present pedagogical strategies to change how educators think and, consequently, how they teach ethics to the next generation of health professionals.

Table of Contents

New respect for respect in ethics educationp. 1
Affirming empathy as a moral dispositionp. 11
The ethics of competencep. 21
An ethic of diversityp. 31
The self under siege : warring constructs of individualism versus communitarianism and autocratic versus democratic models of governance in rehabilitation settingsp. 43
Creating community : an essay on the social responsibility of health professionalsp. 51
Stigma and personal responsibility : moral dimensions of a chronic illnessp. 61
The ephemeral ethics of evidence-based practicep. 75
Examining the moral role of physical therapistsp. 85
The impact of advances in medical technology on rehabilitative carep. 99
Professional responsibility and advocacy for access to rehabilitation services : a case study in lymphedema services in Vermontp. 107
Disparity in practice : healing the breachp. 121
Enhancing professional accountability : inquiry into the work of a professional ethics committeep. 131
Neuroethics : the new millennium viewp. 145
The ethics of client-centered care modelsp. 159
Three realms of ethics : an integrating map of ethics for the futurep. 169
A model for ethical decision making to inform the ethics education of future health care professionalsp. 185
Mindfulness : applications for teaching and learning in ethics educationp. 191
Reflections on spirituality : implications for ethics educationp. 203
Educating adult health professionals for moral action : in search of moral couragep. 215
Environment, professional identity, and the roles of the ethics educator : an agenda for development of the professional ethics curriculump. 225
Integrating theories and practices of adult teaching and learning : implications for ethics educationp. 239
Reflections on student learningp. 251
Teaching and learning about the ethical and human dimensions of care in clinical education : exploring student and clinical instructor experiences in physical therapyp. 265
Mock IRB : a teaching casep. 285
Reflections on the ethics of teachingp. 291
Applying the scholarship of teaching and learning to ethics education in occupational and physical therapyp. 305
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