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Nursing Research By Edited by Louise de Raeve

Nursing Research
by Edited by Louise de Raeve

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This text addresses ethical issues in nursing research. Topics include: ethical issues in survey research; collecting data from people with cancer and their families; and dilemmas in pain assessment of children. There is an appendix on the Helsinki declaration of the World Medical Association.
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Nursing Research: An Ethical and Legal Appraisal by Edited by Louise de Raeve

Research with patients raises particular ethical issues because of their vunerability in illness, their dependency on others, and the distribution of power within the health care arena. Thus a wide range of dilemmas and difficult questions can arise, as can potential conflict between the researcher and carer. Using absorbing case scenarios, this innovative book skilfully explores, analyses and synthesises material from a variety of clinical research perspectives. Section One opens with a series of clinical case studies which have been chosen carefully to represent the four main research methodologies: action research, case study, survey, and experimental research. The case studies have been selected from groups who are considered to be particularly vulnerable - for example children, the mentally ill, and those with cancer. Section Two contains three chapters which offer ethical, legal and philosophical perspectives. Finally, Section Three focuses on two highly pertinent topics: ethical review, and the teaching of nursing research. The World Medical Association Declaration of Helsinki of 1964, amended in 1989, appears as an Appendix to the book. Features: * First book of its kind to explore nursing - rather than medical-research ethics. * Links two key subject areas: nursing and ethics. * Expert authors. * Appendix on the Helsinki declaration of the World Medical Association.

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Table of Contents


Section I. Research Experiences: Product Testing on Trial. Ethical Issues in Survey Research. Ethical Dimensions of Action Research. Ethnography in Clinical Situations: An Ethical Appraisal. 'Watching Me Watching You'. Dilemmas in Pain Assessment of Children. Research in Psychiatric Settings: Some Ethical Issues. Collecting Data from People with Cancer and Their Families: What Are the Implications? Section II. Three Perspectives: Ethical Commentary. Legal Issues. Philosophical Aspects. Section III: Broader Issues: Ethical Review of Nursing Research. Teaching Nursing and Midwifery Research. Appendix.

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GOR002151212
Nursing Research: An Ethical and Legal Appraisal by Edited by Louise de Raeve
Edited by Louise de Raeve
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Elsevier Health Sciences
1996-03-04
208
0702018880
9780702018886
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