By David L. Irwin, Mary Pannbacker, Thomas W. Powell, Gay T. Vekovius
Even if in medical perform, examine, schooling or inner most perform, speech-language pathologists and audiologists have to comprehend the impression of moral matters surrounding their professions. by way of proposing moral dilemmas within the context of actual or hypothetical case eventualities, Ethics for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists: An Illustrative Casebook, may also help you to acknowledge and method moral dilemmas with an organization knowing. self assurance on your abilities may be improved via possibilities for sensible program discovered through the booklet.
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2004, April 3). Cultural competence in health care. ASHA Leader, 6–7, 20–22. Mustain, W. (2003, April 1). ASHA’s code of ethics modified to address research ethics. ASHA Leader, 28. National Society of Professional Engineers v. S. 679, 697–698 (1978). Paden, E. P. (1970). A history of the American Speech and Hearing Association 1925–1958. Washington, DC: American Speech and Hearing Association. Peach, R. K. (2003). From the editor. American Journal of SpeechLanguage Pathology, 12, 386. Rao, P.
These issues are listed in Table 2-6. ASHA developed the Ethics Roundtable to facilitate dissemination of ethical issues and to encourage discussion among members about these issues. org/about/ethics). Topics from the Ethics Roundtable are listed in Table 2-7. In addition, ASHA’s journals have policies about disclosure of conflicts of interest that require authors to acknowledge any dual commitment. Disclosure includes Evolution of the ASHA Code of Ethics 37 Table 2-6 Issues in Ethics Statements ASHA Policy Regarding Support Personnel (1994) Clinical Fellowship Supervisor’s Responsibilities (2004) Clinical Practice by Certificate Holders in the Profession in Which They Are Not Certified (2004) Competition (2004) Confidentiality (2004) Conflicts of Professional Interest (2004) Cultural Competence (2005) Drawing Cases for Private Practice from Primary Place of Employment (2001) Ethical Practice Inquiries: ASHA Jurisdictions (2002) Ethics in Research and Professional Practice (2001) Fees for Clinical Service Provided by Students (2004) Prescription (2002) Public Announcements and Public Statements (2002) Representation of Service for Insurance Reimbursement or Funding (2004) Supervision of Student Clinicians (2004) Use of Graduate Degrees by Members and Certificate Holders (2002) Note.
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