Cross-cultural perspectives on women. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Cross-cultural perspectives on women. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index The Depo-Provera debate, Andrew Russell Medical care as human right : the negation of law, citizenship and power?, Marie-Be?ne?dicte Dembour Caring for the well : perspectives on disease prevention, Helen Lambert Identifying boundaries in care : Human Immunodeficiency Virus and men who have sex with men, Rosemary McKechnie Ethics as question, Vangie Bergum Relative strangers : caring for patients as the expression of nurses' moral/political voice, Jan Savage.
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Home Browse Books Book details, Extending the Boundaries of Care: Medical Ethics. Extending the Boundaries of Care: Medical Ethics and Caring Practices. By Tamara Kohn, Rosemary McKechnie. The chapters presented here draw together diverse and overlapping points of view on a constellation of issues around a common theme: they question the way ‘care’ is conceptualized and practised.
All but one of the authors are women. With the current great lay and judicial involvement in medical ethics and the delivery of medical care, the complete surgeon must.
Berg Press, 1999, £4. 0 (cloth), £1. 9 (pb), pp 206. ISBN 1-85973-141-4 The title of this book embraces a subject that is very topical in the field of health care. All but one of the authors are women. The papers themselves are very disparate, covering diverse topics in a variety of ways.
Start by marking Extending the Boundaries of Care: Medical . This book is a provocative exploration of the ways in which healthcare models are socially constructed.
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Extending the boundaries of care. Medical ethics and caring practices. x + 206 pp. P. £1. 9. ISBN 1 85973 141 4. JONATHAN SKINNER (a1). University of Abertay Dundee.
The title of this book embraces a subject that is very topical in the field of health care. Models of care, definitions of care, technology and its effect on care, gender roles in care, and the nature of care itself for the receiver, are amongst the issues that arise, and are discussed and explored in the chapters.
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