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What are the basic principles of an ethical relationship? What does this mean for healthcare? According to Bergum and Dossetor, healthcare ethics is grounded in relationships. The authors invite readers to reflect on the many ways that relationships can and do influence ethical actions -- and outcomes -- and how they can be improved.
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Vangie Bergum, PhD, is a Professor in the John Dossetor Health Ethics Centre and the Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta. Her background in childbirth education and public health nursing brought her to ethical questions in healthcare. She has published in both ethics and mothering from her research approach of hermeneutic phenomenology. Professor Bergum completed her term as director of the John Dossetor Health Ethics Centre in 2002. John Dossetor, MD, PhD, is Professor Emeritus with the University of Alberta. Prior to founding the Joint Faculties Bioethics Project at the University of Alberta in 1986, Dr. Dossetor had a long and successful career as a nephrologist and research scientist. His experiences in the early days of kidney transplantation raised his ethical awareness and eventually resulted in further study in ethics. Dr. Dossetor s work in medicine and bioethics was recognized in 1995 when he was appointed as an Officer of the Order of Canada. He currently lives in Ottawa, Ontario, where he continues to consult nationally and internationally on transplantation and ethics.Review:
Right and good relationships must ultimately concern every authentic ethical theory. Bergum and Dossetor offer an insightful analysis of the moral status of relationships that should interest professional and general readers alike. Edmund D. Pellegrino, MD --Letter from Dr. Pellegrino
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