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Reconceptualizing ethics and community-based care for elders

Martha Holstein

Reconceptualizing ethics and community-based care for elders

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Published by Park Ridge Center for the Study of Health, Faith, and Ethics in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Community health services -- Moral and ethical aspects,
  • Older people -- Long-term care -- Moral and ethical aspects,
  • Home care services -- Moral and ethical aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Martha B. Holstein.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19401059M
    ISBN 100945482078
    OCLC/WorldCa225503133

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Reconceptualizing ethics and community-based care for elders by Martha Holstein Download PDF EPUB FB2

Caring for elders outside of institutions is the fastest growing sector of US health care. Building on their research study at the Park Ridge Center, editors Holstein and Mitzen, together with a team of experts, examine the complexities involved in developing an 5/5(1).

Caring for elders outdoors of establishments is the quickest rising sector of US well being care. Constructing on their analysis research on the Park Ridge Middle, editors Holstein and Mitzen, along with a staff of specialists, look at the complexities concerned in creating an ethics for group-based mostly long-time period care.

Few empirical studies have been found that explore ethical challenges among persons in high public positions that are responsible for elder care. The aim of this paper was to illuminate the meaning of being in ethically difficult situations related to elder care Reconceptualizing ethics and community-based care for elders book experienced by high level by: ©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC Caring for elders outside of institutions is the fastest growing sector of US health care.

Building on their research study at the Park Ridge Center, editors Holstein and Mitzen, together with a team of experts, examine the complexities involved in developing an.

Few empirical studies have been found that explore ethical challenges among persons in high public positions that are responsible for elder care. The aim of this paper was to illuminate the meaning of being in ethically difficult situations related to elder care as experienced by high level decision-makers.

A phenomenological-hermeneutic method was used to analyse Cited by: Reconceptualizing the Relationship between ‘Public’ and ‘Private’ Eldercare Data from a Canadian study of community nurses providing care to frail elders over the age of 65 years, and. Introduction.

The ways in which we think about the “private” and “public” provision of care to frail or disabled elders have changed considerably over time Benjamin,Keating et al., While different countries have different histories of long-term care of frail elders and different perspectives on the use of formal care, the historical view presented in this paper will Cited by: Discussion and conclusions: Community-based LHA programs for outreach, education, and promotion of cancer screening and early detection, Reconceptualizing ethics and community-based care for elders book ideal for.

This ethnographic study of psychiatric CHN practice documents various experiences, behaviors, and perspectives connected with the Reconceptualizing ethics and community-based care for elders book of ethics and care in this realm of practice.

The experience of facing ethically laden issues in community health nursing is not by: The Aging Life Care Professional should strive to understand and articulate his/her roles and responsibilities, and clarify expectations within Reconceptualizing ethics and community-based care for elders book context of the legal and client systems while continuing to follow the Aging Life Care Association's Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.

Elders have a deep understanding of people and communities. Elders are recognized for their gifts, for their love and knowledge of the land and the language, and for their knowledge of traditions. Within UCN, Elders are role models, resources, and advisors, providing guidance and support to students, staff, and administration.

ual characteristics, and how the care recipient and caregiver as a pair influence CBSS use has not been accounted for. Objective: To classify care recipients with dementia and their caregivers who shared similar patterns of CBSS use and to identify predictors of class membership. Methods: Participants were 1, elders with dementia and their caregivers from the National.

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Gerontologist. Oct; 29 (5)– Dubler NN. Refusals of medical care in the home setting. Law Med Health by: 7. This text is for students, practitioners, and others who work with elders.

The authors provide a conceptual framework for understanding when and how to use different advocacy strategies and practical methods for intervening when elders need help in negotiating diverse and complex service delivery systems.

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While people across all cultures agree about the value of respecting elderly people, levels of elder abuse in most communities are high. Elderly people require access to appropriate care in all settings and hospitals need to be more ‘friendly’ to elderly : Michael Lowe.

In response to the VA's new emphasis on home- and community-based services, the Coordination and Advocacy for Rural Elders (CARE) program began in as an attempt to integrate community-based, chronic geriatric care for a broader base of frail, rural veterans (Veterans Health Administration ).

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Elders are held in high esteem and tribal communities want to care for their elders in ways that preserve and promote their dignity and honor cultural traditions (Red Horse, ).

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Ethical Dilemmas Faced by Women as Caregivers of Frail Elders: A Qualitative Study Terry Lea Koenig, Ph.D. University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas Research Problem Women face a myriad of ongoing and complex ethical dilemmas in caring for a frail elder (Bopp & Coleson, ).

An ethical dilemma can be defined as a conflict in. Minnesota's (and the nation's) elder population is increasing in size and diversity.

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Introduction and background. Integrated health and social care services, providing a seamless service to deliver integrated care for patients and carers, are a well-established aspiration in English health policy [1 – 4].Integration is the combination of methods, processes and models that aim to achieve integrated care, which is an organising principle for care Cited by: The article discusses certain articles about ethical challenges in the care of elderly persons.

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Elder mistreatment is a recognized social problem of uncertain, though probably increasing, on the best available estimates, between 1 and 2 million Americans 65 or older have been injured, exploited, or otherwise mistreated by someone on whom they depended for care or protection (Pillemer and Finkelhor, ; Pavlik et al., ).

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Course Descriptions A Foundation in Ethics, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving. T his course we will focus on basic ethical principles including autonomy, which is self-determination beneficence, doing good non-malfeasance, doing no harm justice, fair treatment.

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