Healthcare Ethics and Training: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1522522387
  • ISBN-13: 9781522522386
  • DDC: 174.2071
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1512 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2017 | Published/Released August 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2017

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Overview

The application of proper ethical systems and education programs is a vital concern in the medical industry. When healthcare professionals are held to the highest moral and training standards, patient care is improved. This book is a comprehensive source of academic research material on methods and techniques for implementing ethical standards and effective education initiatives in clinical settings. Highlighting pivotal perspectives on topics such as e-health, organizational behavior, and patient rights, this multi-volume work is ideally designed for practitioners, upper-level students, professionals, researchers, and academics interested in the latest developments within the healthcare industry.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Front Matter.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
1: Ethics.
2: A Social Network Framework to Explore Healthcare Collaboration.
3: Strategies for Expanding Access and Improving the Quality of Pharmaceutical Services.
4: The Introduction and Evaluation of Mobile Devices to Improve Access to Patient Records: A Catalyst for Innovation and Collaboration.
5: Education and Training.
Development and Design Methodologies.
6: Simulation Method to Improve Hospital Service Quality.
7: Diversifying Clinical Research Participants: The Potential Role of Health Information Technologies and Online Strategies.
8: Mining Electronic Health Records to Guide and Support Clinical Decision Support Systems.
9: The Internet of Things and Opportunities for Pervasive Safety Monitored Health Environments.
10: Modeling and Simulation Analyses of Healthcare Delivery Operations for Inter-Hospital Patient Transfers.
11: Informatics and Socio-Technical Challenges when Designing Solutions for Integrated eCare.
12: The Patient Centered Organizational Model in Italian Hospitals: Practical Challenges for Patient Engagement.
13: St. Stephen’s Hospital Hervey Bay: Study of Developing a Digital Hospital.
14: Using Virtual Environments to Achieve Learner Outcomes in Interprofessional Healthcare Education.
15: Using a Live Simulation to Teach Human Anatomy and the Diagnostic Process to High School Students.
16: Learner Acceptance of Using Virtual Patient Encounters to Train Foreign Healthcare Professionals in Swedish.
17: A Smart Card Based Software System for Surgery Specialties.
18: Computer Based E-Healthcare Clinical Systems: A Comprehensive Survey.
19: Computerized-Aid Medical Training: Ecographic Simulator for Echo-Guided Infiltration of Botulinic Toxin.
Tools and Technologies.
20: Human Patient Simulations: Evaluation of Self-Efficacy and Anxiety in Clinical Skills Performance.
21: Creating a Supportive Environment for Self-Management in Healthcare via Patient Electronic Tools.