256 pages, 5 1/5 x 9 2/5
Professional values in healthcare are in a state of constant and increasingly rapid change. While all professions now emphasise teamwork and collegiality in practice, fewer are inclined to consider shared or differing values across professions.This interdisciplinary volume explains how health care professions and their values have changed over the last forty years, charting where they have come from, where they are now, and how they might develop in the future. There is coverage of a wide range of different professions within healthcare, from GPs, mental health nurses, adult nurses and pharmacists, to NHS managers and chaplains. Chapters are followed by critical responses from senior healthcare practitioners. This original and insightful book will be a valuable resource for academics, researchers, senior healthcare professionals and healthcare managers.
'There are twelve chapters in all including introductory and final concluding chapters by the editors which "top and tail" the collection of contributions nicely. The majority of these chapters have selected discussants'' responses which in the main are refreshingly critical. The chapters cover a range of disciplines and health service specialism (medicine, genetic counselling, pharmacy, management, nursing) some of which have been much neglected in academic writing.'- Sociology of Health & Illness'...this book will be valuable to nurses who are interested in professional ethics, particularly those who work in the UK NHS.'- Nursing Ethics
Stephen Pattison is professor of religion, ethics, and practice at Birmingham University, having previously been a senior lecturer in health and social welfare at the Open University. He has taught practitioners in the fields of medicine, nursing, social work, management and religion. Ben Hannigan is a senior lecturer in the Cardiff School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies, Cardiff University. He previously worked as a community mental health nurse in an inter-professional team in East London. Roisin Pill is a medical sociologist. She is Professor Emerita at the Department of General Practice, School of Medicine, Cardiff University and is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners. Huw Thomas has been reader in urban and regional planning at Cardiff University for fifteen years, following periods as a lecturer in Oxford Brookes University and a planner in local government. .
Preface. Introduction. 1. Changing Health Care, Changing Professions, Roisin Pill, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Cardiff University and Ben Hannigan, Senior Lecturer in Nursing Studies, Cardiff University. 2. Why Do Changes in Society and Institutions Matter for Professional Values? Andrew Edgar, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Cardiff University. 3. Contesting Narratives: Medical Professional Identity Formation Amidst Changing Values, Lynn V. Monrouxe, Division of Medical Education, School of Medicine, Cardiff University and Kieran Sweeney, Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, Universities of Exeter and Plymouth. Response, Brian Hurwitz. 4. General Practitioners and their Values in a Late Modern World, Roisin Pill. Response. Paquita de Zulueta, General Practitioner and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, University College London. 5. Values and Mental Health Nursing, Ben Hannigan. Response, Bronwen Davies, Mental Health Nurse. 6. Values and Adult General Nursing, Derek Sellman, Principal Lecturer in Nursing, University of the West of England, Bristol. Response, Christine Hockley, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health and Life Science, University of the West of England, Bristol. 7. The Profession of Pharmacy in the United Kingdom: Changing Values? David Badcott, Honorary Research Fellow, Centre for Applied Ethics, Cardiff University. Response, Alan Nathan, Department of Pharmacy, King's College London. 8. Professional Values in Interaction: Non-Directiveness, Client-Centredness and Other-Orientation in Genetic Counselling, Srikant Sarangi, Professor of Language and Communication and Director, Health Communication Research Centre, Cardiff University. Response, Heather Skirton. 9. The Chaplain's Dilemma, Paul Ballard, Professor Emeritus, School of Religious and Theological Studies, Cardiff University. Response, Chris Swift, Head of Chaplaincy, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. 10. What are the Values of NHS Managers, and How Have They Changed Since 1983?, Stephen Pattison and Julia McKeown, Company Director, Fulcrum JRC Limited. Response, Moira Dumma, Chief Executive, South Birmingham Primary Care Trust. 11. Health Care Professions and their Changing Values: Pulling Professions Together, Huw Thomas, School of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University and Stephen Pattison. List of Contributors. Subject Index. Author Index.
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