- Formato: eBook Kindle
- Tamanho do arquivo: 15057 KB
- Número de páginas: 120 páginas
- Editora: Wiley-Blackwell; Edição: 1 (20 de outubro de 2016)
- Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
- Idioma: Inglês
- ASIN: B01M30F3D5
- Leitura de texto: Habilitado
- Dicas de vocabulário: Não habilitado
- Avaliações dos clientes: 10 classificações de cliente
Faça download dos Aplicativos de Leitura Kindle Gratuitos e comece a ler eBooks Kindle nos mais populares smartphones, tablets e computadores pessoais. Para enviar o link de download para seu smartphone por SMS, use o formato internacional sem espaços (Código Internacional+DDD+Número. Exemplo: +551199999999)
Para receber o link de download digite seu celular:
Opções de Compra
|Preço digital sugerido:||R$ 258,70|
|Preço de capa sugerido:||R$ 243,80|
Economize R$ 51,74 (21%)
Medical Ethics, Law and Communication at a Glance (English Edition) 1ª Edição, eBook Kindle
|Novo a partir de||Usado a partir de|
|Número de páginas: 120 páginas||Configuração de fonte: Habilitado||Page Flip: Habilitado|
- Devido ao tamanho do arquivo, o download deste livro poderá ser mais demorado
Ofertas da Loja Kindle
Todo dia, novas ofertas em diversos eBooks. Confira todas
Descrição do produto
The market-leading at a Glance series is popular among healthcare students, and newly qualified practitioners for its concise and simple approach and excellent illustrations.
Each bite-sized chapter is covered in a double-page spread with clear, easy-to-follow diagrams, supported by succinct explanatory text.
Covering a wide range of topics, books in the at a Glance series are ideal as introductory texts for teaching, learning and revision, and are useful throughout university and beyond.
Everything you need to know about Medical Ethics, Law and Communication… at a Glance!
Medical Ethics, Law and Communication at a Glance presents a succinct overview of these key areas of the medical curriculum.
This new title provides a concise summary of the three core, interlinked topics essential to resolving ethical dilemmas in medicine and avoiding medico-legal action.
Divided into two sections, the first examines the ethical and legal principles underpinning each medical topic, while the second focuses on communication skills and the importance of good communication.
Medical Ethics, Law and Communication at a Glance offers an accessible introduction to the fundamentals of good medical practice, and will provide indispensable support for undergraduate medical students and nurses, as well as newly qualified healthcare professionals.
For more information on the complete range of Wiley medical student and junior doctor publishing, please visit: www.wileymedicaleducation.com
To receive automatic updates on Wiley books and journals, join our email list.
Sign up today at www.wiley.com/email--Este texto se refere à edição paperback.
Sobre o Autor
Anna Rathmell works in the pharmaceutical industry, has recently completed an MA in medical law and ethics at Manchester University. She teaches on the undergraduate course in medical ethics and law at Oxford University. She has contributed chapters on medical ethics to 'Medicine at a Glance'. --Este texto se refere à edição paperback.
Detalhes do produto
Avaliação de clientes
|5 estrelas 70% (70%)||70%|
|4 estrelas 30% (30%)||30%|
|3 estrelas 0% (0%)||0%|
|2 estrelas 0% (0%)||0%|
|1 estrela 0% (0%)||0%|
Principais avaliações internacionais
I then started reading the book properly and was completely hooked from the first chapter. The cartoons are used in this book in exactly the same way that great lecturers often use humorous cartoons or simple illustrations to attract attention and to illustrate some of the issues that will be discussed as the chapter continues. This works brilliantly, although in some cases it is not 100% clear after reading what the correct answers were to the questions raised in the cartoon. I have read a fair amount about medical ethics and law in the past three decades but this book is by far the clearest summary of the subject I have seen. It challenges misconceptions about ethics and clarifies the issues at hand.
It is completely up to date, addressing current challenges in medicine such as patient centred communication and using electronic patient records. Its coverage of the ethics of withdrawing treatment from a baby with a severe genetic condition was particularly poignant given the case in London that has recently been reported in the media.
Part two of the book covers communication, both with patients and colleagues. This is clearly written and well illustrated with examples. The majority of complaints about doctors are related to miscommunication and this is a skill that cannot be taken for granted.
Above all, this book explains the ethical, legal and communication requirements expected by the General Medical Council. This is really helpful for those entering profession as medical students but is also a timely reminder for those who have been long established in clinical practice of the standards that are expected from today’s doctors.
Medical ethics and the law are obvious bedfellows because they influence and help define each other, but communication is very important when as a Doctor you are having to explain 'border line' issues to the public, so it is right that these three issues are dealt with alongside each other. The 45 chapters cover everything from defining ethics and medical law, to negligence, confidentiality, abortion, mental health and organ donation. They also include patient centred consultations, listening, explaining, risk, breaking bad news, talking about sex and kindness.
Overall this is an excellent summary of the issues and how to share them. With 28 contributors and 5 editors, this is a book that has a wide base and will e enrich the learning if any medical student or junior doctor.
I am afraid that this is a necessary read!
In recent years, the medical profession has found itself occupied with legislative developments and changes in current law from both the UK and EU legislators and committees. What was acceptable even 10 years ago has often be superseded by new ethical and legal considerations which define how those within the profession can operate.
Medical, Ethics,Law and Communication offers an intelligent and structured analysis of current practice and will prove useful for students and new practitionairs alike.
The text focuses on ‘normal’ clinical practice. I was hoping that clinical research might be covered as although many principles are the same the ethics are shifted some what when a patient might benefit from a new treatment, but also might not benefit at all and could be better off with standard of care. Clinical trials are covered by strict legislation and it would be helpful to have some comparison between the two areas, but this was not covered.