A Clinical Guide to Psychiatric Ethics

  • 2016
  • 382 pages

ISBN 978-1-61537-049-8
Item #37049

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  • Description

    In the video above, listen to the author, Dr. Roberts, discuss with Chief of Staff John M. Oldham the challenges that medical residents face in managing their own mental health and wellbeing.

    Professional ethics and decision making have become areas of heightened critical inquiry, as well as matters of normal but challenging psychiatric practice. Informed by the extensive clinical experience of the author and guest contributors, A Clinical Guide to Psychiatric Ethics approaches the ethical aspects of mental health care—both subtle and dramatic—with clarity, coherence, and optimism. This engaging text functions as both a review and a guide to issues on the horizon, as well as those encountered every day. The Guide achieves these objectives by employing several strategic features:

    • Structured logically into three parts (Fundamentals, Caring for Special Populations, and Evolving Topics), the book takes the reader from the general to the specific and from the traditional to the emergent.
    • Case scenarios at the end of each chapter not only focus the individual reader on the chapter's concepts and issues, but also may be used in independent study or small-group discussions.
    • The text emphasizes real experience over remote theories, attuning readers to clinical realities with keen sensitivity. It does not offer simple answers, but provides guideposts to impart information, foster skill development, and encourage openness, collaboration, and self-reflection among both veteran clinicians and trainees.
    • Significant focus is given to the care of individuals from distinct populations (e.g., children and veterans) and care occurring in unique contexts (e.g., small communities), underscoring the book's broad usefulness.

    The material is thoroughly current, aided by useful lists, tables, and figures to enhance its accessibility. A Clinical Guide to Psychiatric Ethics provides a trustworthy compass and expert companion for those traveling with their patients along the ethical frontier of mental illness.

  • Contents

    Contributors
    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Disclaimer
    Part I: Fundamentals
    Chapter 1. Ethics Principles and Professionalism
    Chapter 2. Clinical Decision-Making and Ethics Skills
    Chapter 3. The Tradition of the Psychotherapeutic Relationship
    Chapter 4. Informed Consent and Decisional Capacity
    Chapter 5. Ethical Use of Influence and the Role of Physician in High-Risk Situations
    Chapter 6. Confidentiality and Truth Telling
    Part II: Caring for Special Populations
    Chapter 7. Children and Transitional Age Youth
    Chapter 8. People in Small Communities
    Chapter 9. Veterans
    Chapter 10. People From Culturally Distinct Populations
    Chapter 11. People Living With HIV/AIDS
    Chapter 12. People at the End of Life
    Chapter 13. Difficult Patients
    Chapter 14. People Living With Addictions
    Part III: Evolving Topics
    Chapter 15. Integrity and the Professional Roles of Psychiatrists
    Chapter 16. Patient Care Ethics Committees and Consultation Services
    Chapter 17. Clinician Well-Being and Impairment
    Chapter 18. Psychiatric Research
    Chapter 19. Innovation in Psychiatry
    Chapter 20. Clinical Training
    Chapter 21. Population Health and Evolving Systems of Care
    References
    Appendix: Cases for Discussion
    Index

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  • Contributors

    Debra Berman
    Pat Freedman
    Catherine Fox
    Ann Tennier
    Allen R. Dyer, M.D., Ph.D.
    Jerald Belitz, Ph.D.
    Honor Hsin, M.D., Ph.D.
    Daryn Reicherter, M.D.
    Emily Yang Liu, B.A.
    Lawrence M. McGlynn, M.D.
    Cynthia M.A. Geppert, M.D.
    Merry N. Miller, M.D.
    Alan K. Louie, M.D.
    Mickey Trockel, M.D.
    Tom Townsend, M.D.
    Michael Bogenschutz, M.D.

  • About the Author

    Laura Weiss Roberts, M.D., M.A., is Chairman and Katharine Dexter McCormick and Stanley McCormick Memorial Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California.

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