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Supervision of psychiatric residents provides a natural context for clinical ethics teaching. In this article, the authors discuss the need for ethics education in psychiatry residencies and describe how the special attributes of supervision allow for optimal ethics training for psychiatry...
Because psychiatrists cannot include everything they observe and everything the patient says in the medical chart, they must select and tailor what goes into the chart. They should tailor the chart to focus on what is significant for the diagnosis and treatment of the patient. However, sometimes...
Objective: This paper outlines a number of misapplications of boundary theory in both regulatory settings and clinical situations. Method: The authors review clinical vignettes that illustrate the difference between boundary crossings, which lead to productive work in psychotherapy, and boundary...
Correspondence: Address reprint requests to Laura Roberts, M.D., Professor and Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, 8701 Watertown Plank RD, Milwaukee, WI 53226. Caring for people living with mental illness is ethically complex, ethically...
Despite the dramatic increase over recent years in the research and teaching of medical ethics, there exists no theoretical framework within which to conceptualize ethical problems in medicine, to say nothing of solutions to these problems. The model proposed here attempts to fill this void by...
Objective: Informed consent is built upon the elements of information, decisional capacity, and voluntarism. Of these elements, voluntarism in clinical and research consent is the least well understood. This has interfered with the ability to resolve key ethical problems faced by the field of...
Objective: Community-based treatment of persons with serious mental illness requires providers to become involved in clients’ personal lives to a greater degree than does hospital-based treatment. The study examined attendant ethical dilemmas, especially for staff who lack professional training...
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