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It attempts to provide a clear exposition and a critical evaluation of the developing human rights law and the way in which nursing practice reflects respect for the human rights of nurses and patients alike.
The book draws upon comparisons with human rights based approaches and their impact on nursing practice in other jurisdictions in Europe and North America which already have experience in a legal process rooted in a human rights tradition. The authors are an academic lawyer experienced in writing on nursing and related health care law and ethics issues and a nurse with both practical and academic experience in nursing ethics and practice.
  • A critical evaluation of the impact of the Human Rights Act on nursing practice
  • The authors places UK nursing practice within a European context
  • The book discusses the reciprocal relationship between the rights and responsibilities of nurse, patient and team
  • Nursing and human rights - Jean V. McHale

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    Title
    Nursing and human rights
    Author
    Jean V. McHale
    format
    Paperback / softback
    Publisher
    Butterworth-Heinemann
    Language
    English
    UK Publication Date
    20040116

    It attempts to provide a clear exposition and a critical evaluation of the developing human rights law and the way in which nursing practice reflects respect for the human rights of nurses and patients alike.
    The book draws upon comparisons with human rights based approaches and their impact on nursing practice in other jurisdictions in Europe and North America which already have experience in a legal process rooted in a human rights tradition. The authors are an academic lawyer experienced in writing on nursing and related health care law and ethics issues and a nurse with both practical and academic experience in nursing ethics and practice.

  • A critical evaluation of the impact of the Human Rights Act on nursing practice
  • The authors places UK nursing practice within a European context
  • The book discusses the reciprocal relationship between the rights and responsibilities of nurse, patient and team
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    Type
    BOOK
    Keyword Index
    Nursing - Social aspects - Great Britain.|Nursing ethics - Great Britain.|Nursing - Law and legislation - Great Britain.|Human rights - Great Britain.
    Country of Publication
    Scotland
    Number of Pages
    204

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