Nursing and Human Rights

  • ID: 3688398
  • Book
  • 240 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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It attempts to provide a clear exposition and a critical evaluation of the developing human rights law and the way in which nursing practice reflects respect for the human rights of nurses and patients alike. The book draws upon comparisons with human rights based approaches and their impact on nursing practice in other jurisdictions in Europe and North America which already have experience in a legal process rooted in a human rights tradition. The authors are an academic lawyer experienced in writing on nursing and related health care law and ethics issues and a nurse with both practical and academic experience in nursing ethics and practice.

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Chapter One- Setting the Scene
Chapter Two- Rights and health care resource allocation
Chapter Three- The right to life and the management of pregnancy and childbirth
Chapter Four- The right to life and the withdrawal of treatment
Chapter Five- Consent to treatment and human rights
Chapter Six- The right to privacy and health information
Chapter Seven- Mental Health Nursing
Chapter Eight- Clinical research
Chapter Nine- Conscience, Belief and Treatment Decisions
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McHale, Jean Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Leicester, UK.

Gallagher, Ann Former general and psychiatric nurse, now researcher at Middlesex Hospital, London, UK.
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