Values in Professional Practice: Lessons for Health, Social Care, and Other Professionals
Stephen Pattison, Roisin Pill
Radcliffe Publishing, Jan 1, 2004 - Medical - 228 pages
Understanding values; Understanding professions and professionals in the context of values; Part 1 - Professions and values in historical context; Professionalisation and aesthetic values; The clergy - an interesting anomaly; Part 2 - Value conflicts and professional identity; Is health service management a profession? Equity versus.
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Professions and values in historical context
an interesting anomaly
Is health service management a profession?
Value dilemmas and social work practice
Part HI Values embodied in codes of practice
The development and use of codes of practice for professional
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