Preventive Ethics: Expanding the Horizons of Clinical Ethics
Arnold, Robert M.
Parker, Lisa S.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1993 Winter; 4(4): 287-294.
...We believe that applying the conceptual framework and practical strategies of preventive medicine to clinical ethics would improve the way in which physicians think about ethical conflicts or quandaries in patient care. After briefly discussing the current emphasis in clinical ethics on the resolution of ethical quandaries and considering the limitations of this approach, we will describe how the use of a "preventive-medicine" model in clinical ethics may improve patient care and contribute to the development of public policy and research related to clinical ethics.
Advance Directives; Allowing to Die; Bioethical Issues; Bioethics; Clinical Ethics; Communication; Competence; Confidentiality; Conflict of Interest; Conscience; Consent; Decision Making; Dissent; Economics; Ethics; Health; Health Personnel; Home Care; Institutional Policies; Medicine; Occupational Medicine; Patient Care; Patient Discharge; Physicians; Preventive Medicine; Professional Patient Relationship; Psychological Stress; Public Policy; Research; Third Party Consent; Treatment Refusal; Trust; Values;
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