Exploring the Dynamics of Personal, Professional and Interprofessional Ethics

Edited by Divya Jindal-Snape and Elizabeth S. F. Hannah

Edited by Divya Jindal-Snape and Elizabeth S. F. Hannah

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

368 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2014
Cloth $110.00 ISBN: 9781447308997 Published May 2014 For sale in North and South America only
Although codes of conduct and ethics can offer guidance, professionals who provide services to other people must regularly exercise their own judgment in increasingly complex and demanding work situations. Because of their complexity, these situations can lead to conflict between personal, professional, and interprofessional ethics in social work and other people-centered fields. Drawing on theory, research, and practice, the contributors to this interdisciplinary volume systematically analyze these ethical dilemmas and offer practical suggestions that are sure to interest students, academics, and professionals. 
Contents

List of figures, tables and boxes

Notes on contributors

Acknowledgements

 

Part 1: Understanding personal, professional and interprofessional ethics within different contexts

Setting the scene: personal, professional and interprofessional ethics ~ Elizabeth F.S. Hannah and Divya Jindal-Snape
Beyond procedures: a case study from educational psychology ~ Wilma Barrow, Roger Barrow and Tim Glockling
The organisational context of professional and interprofessional ethics ~ Bridget Hanna
The policy context: user involvement - a case study in health and community settings ~ Lesley Greenaway and Bridget Roberts
The education context: strategies for well-being and ethically sustainable problem solving in teacher–student interaction ~ Tiina Soini, Janne Pietarinen, Kirsi Pyhältö
and Kirsi Tirri


Part 2: Personal–professional ethics

The social work–criminal justice context:personal and professional ethical tensions ~ Jane Fenton
Personal and professional ethical dilemmas in the context of developing teacher leaders in Australia ~ Allie Clemans, John Loughra and Amanda Berry

Child protection social work in times of uncertainty: dilemmas of personal and professional ethics ~ Lynn Kelly and John Young

Part 3: Professional–interprofessional ethics

Professional and Interprofessional ethics: an intellectual disabilities perspective in an interprofessional health context ~ Eleanor Brewster and Lorna Strachan
Protecting unborn babies: Professional and interprofessional ethical considerations for social work and midwifery ~ Ann V. Hodson and Ruth Deery
Professional and interprofessional ethical considerations for practising psychologists in Australia ~ Christopher Boyle

Part 4: Personal, professional and interprofessional ethics

Personal, professional and interprofessional ethics in policing in a child protection context ~ Dawn MacEachern, Edward Miles and Divya Jindal-Snape
Personal, professional and interprofessional ethical issues in the context of supporting children affected by bereavement ~ Steve Sweeney and Per Boge

Part 5: Professional and interprofessional ethics in multicultural and multinational contexts

Framing the professional and interprofessional ethical landscape in education: Finnish and English perspectives on teachers' moral selves ~ Andrea Raiker and Matti Rautiainen
Professional and interprofessional cross-cultural ethics in trauma recovery programme implementation by UK professionals in the Middle East ~ Ian Barron and Ghassan Abdullah
Social work ethics crossing multinational and interprofessional boundaries: smooth passages and bumpy rides ~ Timothy B. Kelly, Laura R. Bronstein and Debra McPhee
Palliative care: the professional and interprofessional ethical considerations for the staff-volunteer interface in the UK and India ~ Ros Scott and Suresh Kumar

Part 6: A way forward?

Review of teaching and learning about ethics on a professional training programme for educational psychologists in Scotland ~ Elizabeth F.S. Hannah and Patricia Murray
Professionalism in workplace learning: understanding interprofessional dilemmas through healthcare student narratives ~ Charlotte E. Rees, Lynn V. Monrouxe and Rola Ajjawi
Understanding the dynamics of personal, professional and interprofessional ethics: a possible way forward ~ Divya Jindal-Snape and Elizabeth F.S. Hannah.

 

Glossary

Index

 

 

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