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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 ...
What Matters to Families: Knowing Who We Are (2003)
"Rebecca Lilly died at age 16 after a six-year battle with brain cancer. Rebecca's parents and siblings relate their relationships with the health care system and express needs and concerns often identified by families ...
Fidelity, Wisdom & Love: Patients and Proxies in Partnership (2003)
The emphasis in this video program and the interactive workbook is on the health care proxy and the good communication and trust necessary to share your own wishes for health care and for your health care proxy to ask ...
What Matters to Families: Speaking the Same Language (2003)
"Dean and Inez Davis, guardians of nine grandchildren, recount their experience with their granddaughter, Sherquanda, who was diangosed with a brain tumor from which she died at age 9. They discuss the centrality of trust, ...
Giving Bad News: Practical Advice for End of Life Situations(2005)
Practical advice for physicians about how to share bad news with patients. This version provides a one-to-one doctor and patient meeting as well as a meeting with the family and the health care team. A 30 page Facilitator's ...