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Ethics in Nursing Education, Research and Management

Perspectives from Europe

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15 November 2002

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This second volume in a series of three on European Nursing focuses on ethical considerations in nursing education, research and management. Authors with considerable experience of European health care are brought together...

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This second volume in a series of three on European Nursing focuses on ethical considerations in nursing education, research and management. Authors with considerable experience of European health care are brought together to give a truly multinational view that will stimulate discussion and debate. An overview of European traditions in moral philosophy is provided to increase awareness of the differing perspectives to be found across Europe.

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Edited by an acknowledged expert in the field with chapters from experienced authors One of the first books to explore ethical issues in nursing from a European perspective Second in a series of three texts to explore nursing issues

Introduction; W.Tadd
Continental Philosophy and Nursing Ethics; S.Woods & L.Sandman
PART ONE: EDUCATION
Teaching Ethics in Nursing: M.Arndt
The Case for International Ethics Education: D.L.Dickenson
Ethics Education: Does it Make for Ethical Practice?; A.van der Arend & M.Smits
PART TWO: RESEARCH
Philosophical Inquiry as Nursing Research; S.Edwards
Research Ethics Committees and the Nurse's Role; A.van der Arend
PART THREE: MANAGEMENT
Allocation of Resources: Issues for Nurses; P.A.Scott
Quality Assurance an Ethical Responsibility?; R.Tope & M.K.Koskinen
Nursing Leadership and Management: Organisational and Cultural Perspectives; A.P.Young.

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WIN TADD is Consultant in Health Care Ethics and Education, and External Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Applied Ethics, University of Wales, Cardiff

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WIN TADD is Consultant in Health Care Ethics and Education, and External Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Applied Ethics, University of Wales, Cardiff

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