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Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Care Professionals
by:George D. Pozgar
George D. Pozgar's Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Care Professionals, ISBN 9780763764739 serves as a current guide for readers seeking to understand the dilemmas that they may face in their career as a health care professional. With an aim at audiences including students and healthcare professionals who have scarce experience with health law and...
George D. Pozgar's Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Care Professionals, ISBN 9780763764739 serves as a current guide for readers seeking to understand the dilemmas that they may face in their career as a health care professional. With an aim at audiences including students and healthcare professionals who have scarce experience with health law and bioethics, this resource also serves as a go-to reference for those who have some awareness and experience in the field. This textbook utilizes a clear and relatable writing style as well as effective organizational methods within each chapter including a thorough introduction, a conclusion with a section for notes and self-reflection, as well as cases containing legal and ethical dilemmas. George D. Pozgar strategically organizes the contents of Legal and Ethical Issues for Health Care Professionals across 14 chapters. Chapter 1 serves as an 'Introduction to Ethics' followed by chapter 2 which deals with 'Contemporary Ethical Dilemmas.' Chapter 3 investigates 'End-of-Life Dilemmas' while chapter 4 examines 'Health Care Ethics Committee' and chapter 5 focuses on 'Development of Law.' An 'Introduction to Law' is the topic of chapter 6 followed by 'Government, Ethics, and Law' in chapter 7 followed by 'Organizational Ethics and the Law' addressed in chapter 8. Chapter 9 delves into 'Health Care Professionals' Ethical and Legal Issues' while chapter 10 discusses 'Physicians' Ethical and Legal Issues' and chapter 11 presents 'Employee Rights and Responsibilities.' Chapter 12 focuses on 'Patient Consent' while chapter 13 analyzes 'Patient Abuse.' This text is concluded with chapter 14 presenting 'Patient Rights and Responsibilities.'
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