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Ethics in Health Care: Building Competence for Health Professionals
How should health professionals approach the ethical issues surrounding patient autonomy, family dynamics, and end-of-life decisions? What ethical issues arise from religious and cultural diversity? How does an organization's ...
Act Justly: Facing the Challenges of Disparity and Diversity (2007)
"In March 2006, CHA hosted its 20th annual Theology and Ethics Colloquim in Nashville entitles, Act Justly: Facing the Challenges of Disparity and Diversity. The program examined disparity and racism in health care, its ...
The Woodstock Forum: Values Inside the Issues: Religious Voices on Health Care Reform (2008)
"The Project was launched in April 2008 with the forum, ?Values Inside the Issues: Religious Voices Discuss Health Care Reform.? Panelists include Rabbi David, Saperstein, Director of the Religious Action Center of Reform ...
Spirituality in Health Care: Dialogue, Decisions and Duties: Daniel Sulmasy (2006)
"The relationship between spirituality and health has garnered increasing attention in recent years. Health care providers may not always know how best to respond to their patients' spiritual needs, while some may not ...
Systems and Structures: Ethics in Organizations: Nuala Kenny (2008)
Dr. Nuala Kenny "examines the ethical culture of organizations and its impact on inter-professional relationships, decision-making, and patient care." [Decription from PHEN site]
Ethics in the Age of Bioterrorism (2005)
This program addresses the ethical complexities that public health workers, medical professionals, and other professionals face when public health emergencies occur -- whether they are caused by natural disasters or man-made ...
Ethics in Public Health (2002)
Lawrence Gostin, Professor of Law and Professor of Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University; Director, Center for Law and the Public's Health, Georgetown University Law Center discusses the challenges and dilemmas faced ...