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Ethics in community-based elder care [electronic resource] / Martha B. Holstein, Phyllis B. Mitzen, editors.

Contributor(s): Holstein, Martha | Mitzen, Phyllis.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Springer series on ethics, law, and aging: Publisher: New York : Springer, c2001Description: 1 online resource (xii, 321 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780826122988 (electronic bk.); 0826122981 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Community health services -- Moral and ethical aspects | Older people -- Long-term care -- Moral and ethical aspects | Long-term care of the sick -- Moral and ethical aspects | Home care services -- Moral and ethical aspects | Long-Term Care | Aged | Ethics, Clinical | Home Care Services | MEDICAL -- EthicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ethics in community-based elder care.DDC classification: 174/.2 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Part I. Introduction --1. Elders in the Community: Moral Lives, Moral -- Quandaries -- Martha B. Holstein and Phyllis Mitzen --Part II. Background/Theory --2. Ethics and Aging: A Historical Perspective -- Brian F. Hofland -- 3. Bringing Ethics Home: A New Look at Ethics in the -- Home and the Community -- Martha B. Holstein -- 4. The Ethical Importance of Home Care -- Mark Waymack -- 5. An Ethic of Care -- Joan C. Tronto -- 6. Old Ethical Frameworks: What Works, What Doesn't? -- Mark Waymack --Part III. Organizations/Care Providers/Care Receivers --7. Creating an Ethical Organization -- David B. McCurdy -- 8. Organizational Ethics in a Nonprofit Agency: Changing -- Practice, Enduring Values -- Phyllis Mitzen -- 9. Ethics in Clinical Practice With Older Adults: -- Recognizing Biases and Respecting Boundaries -- Robyn L. Golden and Sallie Sonneborn -- 10. Ethics and the Frontline Long-Term-Care Worker: A -- Challenge for the 21st Century -- Robyn I. Stone and Yoshiko Yamada -- 11. When the Helper Needs Help: A Social Worker's -- Experiences in Receiving Home Care -- Nan G. O'Connor -- 12. Care at Home: Virtue in Multigenerational Households -- Hilde Lindemann Nelson and James Lindemann Nelson Part IV. Practice --13. Mapping the Jungle: A Proposed Method for Ethical -- Decision Making in Geriatric Social Work -- David Fireman, Sharon Dornberg-Lee, and Lisa Moss -- 14. Adult Day Services: Ethics and Daily Life -- Pat Stacy Cohen -- 15. Is Home Care Always the Best Care? -- Daniel Kuhn -- 16. A Good Death? Finding a Balance Between the Interests -- of Patients and Caregivers -- Stephen Ellingson and Jon D. Fuller -- 17. Case Managers Meeting to Discuss Ethics -- Gail McClelland -- 18. Who's Safe? Who's Sorry?: The Duty to Protect the -- Safety of HCBS Consumers -- Rosalie A. Kane and Carrie A. Levin -- 19. Addressing Prejudice: A Layered Analysis -- David E. Guinn -- 20. Cross-Cultural Geriatric Ethics: Negotiating Our -- Differences -- Harry R. Moody Part V. Policy --21. The Science and Ethics of Long-Term Care -- Larry Polivka -- 22. Paid Family Caregiving: A Practical and Ethical -- Conundrum -- Martha B. Holstein and Phyllis Mitzen -- The Case Against Paid Family Caregivers: Ethical and -- Practical Issues -- C. Jean Blaser -- Payments to Families Who Provide Care: An Option -- That Should Be Available -- Lori Simon-Rusinowitz, Kevin J. Mahoney, -- and A.E. Benjamin -- 23. Ethics, the State, and Public Policy: From the Inside, -- From the Outside -- June L. Noel.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: Part I. Introduction --1. Elders in the Community: Moral Lives, Moral -- Quandaries -- Martha B. Holstein and Phyllis Mitzen --Part II. Background/Theory --2. Ethics and Aging: A Historical Perspective -- Brian F. Hofland -- 3. Bringing Ethics Home: A New Look at Ethics in the -- Home and the Community -- Martha B. Holstein -- 4. The Ethical Importance of Home Care -- Mark Waymack -- 5. An Ethic of Care -- Joan C. Tronto -- 6. Old Ethical Frameworks: What Works, What Doesn't? -- Mark Waymack --Part III. Organizations/Care Providers/Care Receivers --7. Creating an Ethical Organization -- David B. McCurdy -- 8. Organizational Ethics in a Nonprofit Agency: Changing -- Practice, Enduring Values -- Phyllis Mitzen -- 9. Ethics in Clinical Practice With Older Adults: -- Recognizing Biases and Respecting Boundaries -- Robyn L. Golden and Sallie Sonneborn -- 10. Ethics and the Frontline Long-Term-Care Worker: A -- Challenge for the 21st Century -- Robyn I. Stone and Yoshiko Yamada -- 11. When the Helper Needs Help: A Social Worker's -- Experiences in Receiving Home Care -- Nan G. O'Connor -- 12. Care at Home: Virtue in Multigenerational Households -- Hilde Lindemann Nelson and James Lindemann Nelson Part IV. Practice --13. Mapping the Jungle: A Proposed Method for Ethical -- Decision Making in Geriatric Social Work -- David Fireman, Sharon Dornberg-Lee, and Lisa Moss -- 14. Adult Day Services: Ethics and Daily Life -- Pat Stacy Cohen -- 15. Is Home Care Always the Best Care? -- Daniel Kuhn -- 16. A Good Death? Finding a Balance Between the Interests -- of Patients and Caregivers -- Stephen Ellingson and Jon D. Fuller -- 17. Case Managers Meeting to Discuss Ethics -- Gail McClelland -- 18. Who's Safe? Who's Sorry?: The Duty to Protect the -- Safety of HCBS Consumers -- Rosalie A. Kane and Carrie A. Levin -- 19. Addressing Prejudice: A Layered Analysis -- David E. Guinn -- 20. Cross-Cultural Geriatric Ethics: Negotiating Our -- Differences -- Harry R. Moody Part V. Policy --21. The Science and Ethics of Long-Term Care -- Larry Polivka -- 22. Paid Family Caregiving: A Practical and Ethical -- Conundrum -- Martha B. Holstein and Phyllis Mitzen -- The Case Against Paid Family Caregivers: Ethical and -- Practical Issues -- C. Jean Blaser -- Payments to Families Who Provide Care: An Option -- That Should Be Available -- Lori Simon-Rusinowitz, Kevin J. Mahoney, -- and A.E. Benjamin -- 23. Ethics, the State, and Public Policy: From the Inside, -- From the Outside -- June L. Noel.

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