OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Ethical Issues in Women's Healthcare: Practice and Policy

ISBN : 9780190851378

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¥16,170
著者: 
Lori d'Agincourt-Canning; Carolyn Ells
ページ
328 ページ
フォーマット
Hardcover
サイズ
156 x 235 mm
刊行日
2019年05月
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Numerous issues confront women's healthcare today, among them the medicalization of women's bodies, cosmetic genital surgery, violence against women, HIV, perinatal mental health disorders. This volume uniquely explores such difficult topics and others at the intersection of clinical practice, policy, and bioethics in women's health care through a feminist ethics lens. With in-depth discussions of issues in women's reproductive health, it also broadens scholarship by responding to a wider array of ethical challenges that many women experience in accessing health care.

Contributions touch on many themes previously tackled by feminist ethics, but in new, contemporary ways. Some chapters expand into new fields in the bioethics literature, such as the ethical issues related to the care of Indigenous women, uninsured refugees and immigrants, women engaged in sex work, and those with HIV at different life stages and perinatal mental health disorders. Authors seek to connect theory and practice with users of the health system by including women's voices in their research. Bringing to bear their experience in active clinical practice in medicine, nursing, and ethics, the authors

contemplate new conceptual approaches to important issues in women's healthcare, and make ethical practice recommendations for those grappling with these issues. Topical and up-to-date, this book provides a valuable resource for physicians, nurses, clinical ethicists, and researchers working in some of the most critical areas of women's health and applied ethics today.

目次: 

Chapter 1. Women's Health Care through a Feminist Ethics Lens
Lori d'Agincourt-Canning & Carolyn Ells
SECTION I. LOCATIONS, MIGRATIONS AND ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE
Chapter 2. Indigenous Women, Health
Charlotte Loppie & Alexandra Kent
Chapter 3. Caring for Refugees, New Immigrants, and Uninsured Women: Social Responsibility and Access to Healthcare
Chapter 4. Rural Women: Place, Community, and Accessing Healthcare
Christy Simpson & Fiona MacDonald
SECTION II. NEW AND EMERGING THEMES

Chapter 5. Drivers and Dilemmas of Female Genital Cosmetic Surgery
Dorothy Shaw & Nicole Todd
Chapter 6. Ethical Issues in the Care and Support of Women Living with HIV
Ruby Shanker, Angela Underhill, Valerie Nicholson, Logan Kennedy, Denise Jaworsky, & Mona Loutfy
Chapter 7. Ethical issues in healthcare for women in the context of violence
Chapter 8. Sex Work, Ethics, and Health Care
Chapter 9. Primary Health Care for Queer Women and Trans People: Confronting Heterosexism and Cissexism
Erin Fredericks & Kelly Baker
SECTION III. REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE
Chapter 10. The Moral Agency of Abortion Providers: Conscientious Provision, Dangertalk, and the Lived Experience of Doing Stigmatized Care
Lisa Harris
Chapter 11. Perinatal Mental Health: The Lens of Relational Ethics.
Lori d'Agincourt-Canning & Deirdre Ryan
Chapter 12. Technology and the Ethical Practice of Reproductive Care: A
Woman-Centred Lens
Laura Sturgill, Sara Shields, & Lucy Candib
Chapter 13. Women with Disabilities: Ethics of Access and Accommodation for Infertility Care
Leslie Francis, Anita Silvers, & Brittany Badesch
Chapter 14. Research with Pregnant Women: A Feminist Challenge
Margaret Olivia Little, Marisha Wickremsinhe, Elana Jaffe, & Anne Drapkin Lyerly

著者について: 

Lori d'Agincourt-Canning, PhD, is Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics and an Adjunct Professor in the School of Nursing at the University of British Columbia. Her primary areas of research include clinical ethics, feminist theory, health care access, and disparity. Her recent articles can be found in publications such as The Journal of Clinical Ethics, The Cambridge Textbook of Bioethics (2009), HEC Forum and Health Law in Canada. Carolyn Ells, RRT PhD, is Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine and Biomedical Ethics Unit at McGill University, where she also has appointments in the Division of Experimental Medicine and Departments of Family Medicine and Social Studies of Medicine. She is a Research Associate at the Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research, in Montreal, Canada. Her research addresses feminist ethical theory, ethical questions in practices and policies of health care delivery, and research ethics policy.

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