Caring about Health
In this volume the author not only examines the ethical demands that arise when dealing with concepts of caring, health, disease, suffering and pain, but also explores the forms of ethical education that would help health care workers to respond to those demands.
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Moral Education for Nursing Decisions
Towards a Theory of Caring
Acting from the Virtue of Caring
Socratic Dialogue and the Virtuous Clinician
The Body and WellBeing
Health and Subjectivity
Disease and Subjectivity
Suffering and the Goals of Medicine
Pain and Communication
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