Ethical Perspectives: Sexual Boundary Issues and the Chiropractic Paradigm

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005 - Medical - 126 pages
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This easy-to-read manual is a succinct discussion of sexual boundary issues for chiropractors and chiropractic students. The goals of this book are to make chiropractors familiar with sexual boundary issues, to help educators teach students about the topic, and to provide a resource for members of regulatory boards. Real life examples of ethical boundaries provide the reader with a clear understanding of issues that may arise.

 

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Contents

Historical Evolution of Professional Boundaries
9
Chapter Incidence of Professional Sexual Misconduct
17
Chapter How Did We Get Here? The Social Pendulum
27
Chapter Absolute Morality and Zero Tolerance
33
Chapter Power Within the DoctorPatient Relationship
39
Chapter Transference and Countertransference
45
Sexual Relationships with Current and Former Patients
57
Legal Implications of Sexual Misconduct
71
Preventing False Allegations and Boundary Violations
79
A Chiropractic
93
Appendix A Responses to Power Poll Conducted by the Federation
103
Appendix B Role of State and National Chiropractic Boards
115
Index
123
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