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Initiating and Maintaining Clinical Ethics Support in Psychiatry. Ten Tasks and Challenges – and How to Meet Them
JournalArticle (Originalarbeit in einer wissenschaftlichen Zeitschrift)
 
ID 3706520
Author(s) Reiter-Theil, Stella
Author(s) at UniBasel Reiter-Theil, Stella
Year 2016
Title Initiating and Maintaining Clinical Ethics Support in Psychiatry. Ten Tasks and Challenges – and How to Meet Them
Journal Clinical Ethics
Volume 11
Number 2-3
Pages / Article-Number 45-53
Abstract Initiating clinical ethics support in psychiatry (CESiP) and maintaining its continuity appear to be easy. This is contradicted by the observed delay or lack of CESiP, e.g. ethics consultation. On the basis of a published literature search and the discussion of practical experiences over 2.5 years 10 tasks and relating challenges of initiating and maintaining CESiP are formulated and illustrated by examples. Referral to experiences is grounded on the systematic documentation of ca. 100 CESiP activities. The tasks and challenges illustrate how CESiP was initiated and maintained in child and adolescent, adult and forensic psychiatry. Each example is followed by a “rule of thumb” that was found useful in our centre. Discussion: Suggestions I–III are of organisational nature, IV–X have explicit ethical content concerning the ethos or professionalism of the ethics consultant and CES practice. Their realisation requires a minimum of stability of CESiP and considerable consultancy experience.
Publisher SAGE
ISSN/ISBN 1477-7509 ; 1758-101X
URL http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1477750916649119
edoc-URL http://edoc.unibas.ch/52803/
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Digital Object Identifier DOI 10.1177/1477750916649119
 
   

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