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Code of Ethics for the Health Education Profession A Case Study Book

ISBN-10: 076371691X
ISBN-13: 9780763716912
Edition: 2001
List price: $112.95
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Book details

List price: $112.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
Publication date: 2/15/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 128
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

The first and only book published in response to the new unified code developed by the National Coalition of Health Education Organizations, The Code of Ethics for the Health Education Profession: A Case Study Book provides a unique tool for all health educators, regardless of professional organization or practice setting. For each Code of Ethics statement, a case study is presented with accompanying discussion of the issues related to that statement. As the study of ethics is becoming more and more prominent in health education programs, this book will be an invaluable resource for professionals, instructors, and students alike.

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Setting the Scene
Health
Health Education
Ethics and Morality
Implications for Health Education
The Development of the Code of Ethics for the Health Education Profession
This Book
References
Responsibility to the Public
Rights of People to Make Their Own Informed Decisions
Balancing Benefits and Harms
Not Misrepresenting or Exaggerating
Speaking Out on Issues
Being Honest About Qualifications and Limitations
Ensuring Privacy and Dignity
Involving Clients in the Change Process
The Rights of Others to Diverse Views
Equal Opportunity of Professional Services
Summary
References
Responsibility to the Profession
Maintaining Competence
Nondiscriminatory Practices for Professionals
Responsible Criticism of the Profession
Contributing to the Development of the Profession
Refraining from Conflict-of-Interest Actions
Recognizing Others' Contributions
Summary
Responsibility to Employers
Presenting Qualifications Honestly
Using Appropriate Standards, Theories, and Guidelines
Promised Outcomes or Acceptance of Conditions
Conflict of Interest
Considering Employers' Aims
Maintaining Professional Competence
Summary
Responsibility in the Delivery of Health Education
Unacceptable Strategies and Methods
Being Informed and Contributing to State-of-the-Art Health Education
Evaluation of Programs
Change by Choice, Not Coercion
Communicating Potential Outcomes
Summary
References
Responsibility in Research and Evaluation
Protection from Harm
Voluntary Consent: Regard for Privacy and Dignity
Respect for Research Participants
Confidentiality of Information
Crediting the Contributions of Others
Discussing Consultation Reports
Reporting Research Results Accurately and in a Timely Fashion
Summary
References
Responsibility in Professional Preparation
Nondiscriminatory Selection
A Healthy Educational Environment
Being Prepared, Providing Feedback, and Being Fair
Career Counseling and Employment Assistance
Providing Adequate Supervision
Summary
In Closing
Functions Served by Codes of Ethics
Enforcement of Codes of Ethics
What Now?
References
Code of Ethics for the Health Education Profession
Preamble
Responsibility to the Public
Responsibility to the Profession
Responsibility to Employers
Responsibility in the Delivery of Health Education
Responsibility in Research and Evaluation
Responsibility in Professional Preparation
Ethics and Policy Governing Faculty and Students
The Policy
Index

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