Values in Professional Practice: Lessons for Health, Social Care, and Other Professionals

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Stephen Pattison, Roisin Pill
Radcliffe Publishing, Jan 1, 2004 - Medical - 228 pages
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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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Contents

Understanding values
1
Professions and values in historical context
31
an interesting anomaly
47
Is health service management a profession?
65
Value dilemmas and social work practice
89
Part HI Values embodied in codes of practice
105
The development and use of codes of practice for professional
123
Introduction
139
Values working lives and professional socialisation in planning
157
the case of nursing
173
a dynamic relationship
197
Index
221
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Stephen Pattison is Professor of Religion, Ethics, and Practice and H. G. Wood Professor of Theology at the University of Birmingham. His latest books are The Challenge of Practical Theology (2007), Seeing Things: Deepening Relations with Visual Artefacts (2007) and Saving Face: Enfacement, Shame, Theology (2013).

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