Published December 31, 1899
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
Review of the book Autonomy and Clinical Medicine - Renewing the Health Professional Relation with the Patient, J. Bergsma & D.C. Thomasma, / Vedder, A.H. In: Bioethics, Vol. 16, , p. Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article review › Other research outputAuthor: A.H. Vedder. Autonomy and clinical medicine: renewing the health professional relation with the patient. [Jurrit Bergsma; David C Thomasma] -- "This book is the result of a long-standing clinical and educational cooperation between a medical psychologist (Bergsma) and a . Read Autonomy and Clinical Medicine: Renewing the Health Professional Relation with the Patient. Alasdair Maclean analyses the ethical basis for consent to medical treatment, providing both an extensive reconsideration of the ethical issues and a detailed examination of English law. Importantly, the analysis is given a context by situating consent at the centre of the healthcare professional-patient : Alasdair Maclean.
Partners towards autonomy: Risky choices and relational autonomy in rehabilitation care. Article Renewing the health professional relation with the patient. KEY WORDS: personal autonomy, professional-patient relations, clinical ethics, relationship-centred care Personal autonomy is widely valued: most people think it is preferable to somehow be their own person and shape their own lives than to live under the control of by: A respect for patient autonomy is probably the single most talked-about principle or concept in medical ethics. A respect for competent decisions by adult patients is also a cornerstone of medical law. Given the practical, legal and ethical significance of respecting autonomy, we outline some of its more important features in this card. Autonomy, and associated respect for patient autonomy, have gained increased prominence in nursing and healthcare practice in recent years. There is a growing understanding that patients have a right to self-determination and choice with regard to the care, support and treatment Cited by: 1.
In medicine, professional autonomy refers to the freedom of physicians to exercise professional judgment in the care and treatment of their patients, to be regulated by self-governing, professional medical bodies, and to advocate on behalf of patients and society .File Size: KB. The first is that autonomy, despite recent critiques about its importance in bioethics and philosophy of medicine, and the traditional resistance of medicine to its "intrusion" into the doctor-patient relation, is a fundamental building block of an individual's identity Brand: Springer Netherlands. Autonomy and Clinical Medicine: Renewing the Health Professional Relation with the Patient. [Jurrit Bergsma; David C Thomasma] -- This book is the result of a long-standing clinical and educational cooperation between a medical psychologist (Bergsma) and a . Yet, the Declaration of Seoul is characteristic in the way that it closely focuses on the significance of “professional autonomy and clinical independence” from the standpoint of physician-patient relationship as well as the management of healthcare costs involved in clinical medicine, and considers it the most important principle in.