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Professionalism and Ethics [electronic resource] : Q & A Self-Study Guide for Mental Health Professionals.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781585622443Publication details: Arlington : American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc., 2007.ISBN:
  • 9781585628773
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Professionalism and Ethics : Q & A Self-Study Guide for Mental Health ProfessionalsDDC classification:
  • 174.2/9689 22 174.2989
LOC classification:
  • RC455.2.E8 R632 2008
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Contents:
Contents; Contributors; Preface; Introductory Comments; I: ETHICS AND PROFESSIONALISM; II: QUESTIONS AND ANNOTATED ANSWERS; III: SELF-ASSESSMENT AND FURTHER STUDY; References; Subject Index; Q & A Index;
Summary: An interactive, case-oriented approach to mental health ethics, Professionalism and Ethics: Q & A Self-Study Guide for Mental Health Professionals consists of questions and answers that draw on sixteen experts' personal experience in the care of people with mental illness, in mental health research, and in clinical training. Each question presents scenarios that pose an ethical issue: some are narrow and to the point, such as responding to a suspicion of child abuse; others require a more nuanced approach, such as dealing with conflict of interest posed by a pharmaceutical company. The questio
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Contents; Contributors; Preface; Introductory Comments; I: ETHICS AND PROFESSIONALISM; II: QUESTIONS AND ANNOTATED ANSWERS; III: SELF-ASSESSMENT AND FURTHER STUDY; References; Subject Index; Q & A Index;

An interactive, case-oriented approach to mental health ethics, Professionalism and Ethics: Q & A Self-Study Guide for Mental Health Professionals consists of questions and answers that draw on sixteen experts' personal experience in the care of people with mental illness, in mental health research, and in clinical training. Each question presents scenarios that pose an ethical issue: some are narrow and to the point, such as responding to a suspicion of child abuse; others require a more nuanced approach, such as dealing with conflict of interest posed by a pharmaceutical company. The questio