Ethical Practices

The below items have "Ethical Practices" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
Advance directives and the elderly: making decisions about treatment limitations Videocassette 1992 ET5.V20

Three nursing home residents talk with their physician about their feelings and wishes regarding medical treatment li

Advance directives and the elderly: making decisions about treatment limitations DVD 1992 ET5.V20

Three nursing home residents talk with their physician about their feelings and wishes regarding medical treatment li

Advance directives: CPR in nursing homes Videocassette 1991 ET5.V2

Helps staff and residents to discuss CPR.

Advance directives: CPR in nursing homes DVD 1991 ET5.V2

Helps staff and residents to discuss CPR.

Enhancing independence in health care decisions: ethics in an aging society DVD 1997 ET5.O42

Kinsman lecture on Ethics in Health Care, given by Terrie Wetle on May 16, 1991.

Enhancing independence in health care decisions: ethics in an aging society Videocassette 1991 ET5.O42

Kinsman lecture on Ethics in Health Care, given by Terrie Wetle on May 16, 1991.

Ethics & Health Care Decisions DVD 1995 ET5.K4

From the teleconference series "Essentials of Aging" February 10, 1995.

Ethics & Health Care Decisions Videocassette 1995 ET5.K4

From the teleconference series "Essentials of Aging" February 10, 1995.

Everyday Choices: Ethics and Decision-making in Home Care and Community Nursing CDROM 2003 LT5.E50

Through the story of one young visiting nurse and her elderly patient, Geraldo, this challenging documentary explores

Gray Days DVD 2005 ET5.L10
Gray Days DVD 2005 ET5.L10
Nutritional challenges in aging [part 2]: bioethical considerations in nutrition Videocassette 1998 NT5.O44
Nutritional challenges in aging [part 2]: bioethical considerations in nutrition DVD 1998 NT5.O44
Oregon Geriatric education center presents: Michael Garland: Ethical/legal issues related to health and aging. DVD 1990 ET5.O40
Oregon Geriatric education center presents: Michael Garland: Ethical/legal issues related to health and aging. Videocassette 1990 ET5.O40
Planning ethically responsible research: a guide for students and internal review boards (Applied Social research Methods Series, vol. 31) Book 1992 GR1.S20

Chapters provide insight into internal review boards and research ethics.

Resident's Rights: The Right to Quality ADL Care DVD 2011 LT5.R20

These interviews with long-term care residents should become the standard guidelines for all staff in long term care,

Respecting confidentiality DVD 1994 ET5.E30

Gives brief vignettes in how to protect and respect a resident's legal right to confidentiality.

Respecting confidentiality Videocassette 1994 ET5.E30

Gives brief vignettes in how to protect and respect a resident's legal right to confidentiality.

Securing Access to Health Care Book 1983 PU1.P40

A report by the president's commission on the ethical implications of differences in the availability of health

Self neglect: What we can learn from the Mary Northern case DVD ET5.S10

Putting a human face on one of the most complex and important self-neglect cases of our time, this DVD introduces us

Tutorial Curricula/Educational unit n.d. GR4.N10

This CDROM gives a brief tutorial on how to use the National Guideline Clearinghouse website to find information on c

Values & Ethics for a Caring Staff in Nursing Homes: A Training Guide Book 1991 LT4.U4
Values, ethics, and decision making: allocating resources in an aging society Videocassette 1991 ET5.O4

Keynote addresses by Terrie Wetle and Susan Tolle discussing the role of the health care practitioner in ethical deci

Values, ethics, and decision making: allocating resources in an aging society DVD 1991 ET5.O4

Keynote addresses by Terrie Wetle and Susan Tolle discussing the role of the health care practitioner in ethical deci

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