Moving Beyond Moral Revulsion: A Deeper Analysis of Social Justice Within Clinical Ethics Training.

Title

Moving Beyond Moral Revulsion: A Deeper Analysis of Social Justice Within Clinical Ethics Training.

Creator

Aultman Julie; Whipkey Andrew J

Publisher

American Journal of Bioethics

Date

2019
2019-04

Description

The article offers information on social justice within clinical ethics training. Topics discussed include with a more deliberative effort toward a deeper understanding of justice as it relates to care, efficiency, and public health; mentions no theoretical approach or framework may resolve ethical dilemmas affecting undocumented patients; and also mentions medical education has emphasized the importance of justice and the fair treatment of patients.

Subject

AT-risk people; CITIZENSHIP; CONCEPTUAL structures (Information theory); DECISION making; ETHICAL decision making; ETHICISTS; HEALTH services accessibility; MEDICAL ethics; PSYCHOSOCIAL factors; PUBLIC health; RESPONSIBILITY; SOCIAL justice; UNDOCUMENTED immigrants

Rights

Article information provided for research and reference use only. All rights are retained by the journal listed under publisher and/or the creator(s).

Pages

67-69

Issue

4

Volume

19

Citation

Aultman Julie; Whipkey Andrew J, “Moving Beyond Moral Revulsion: A Deeper Analysis of Social Justice Within Clinical Ethics Training.,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed June 23, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/6383.

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