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Practice in focus: A hermeneutic approach to research ethics
This article argues that the interpretative and negotiating approach of hermeneutic ethics can inform research into the experiences of people with learning disability more usefully than bioethics. Terms and ideas are ...
Death, disability, and dogma
Mourning exists at the nexus between individual experience, professional discourses, research, and culture, making it a complex issue for health services that has shown vibrant change in recent years. By contrast, bereavement ...
Living with contested knowledge and partial authority
Responds to comments by S. Colman (see record 2003-07847-012), G. Casenave (see record 2003-07847-013), and H. Reinders (see record 2003-07847-014) to the authors' original article (see record 2003-07847-011) which considers ...
Parental negotiations of the moral terrain of risk in relation to young people with intellectual disabilities
This paper draws upon parental accounts from a Study of the process of transition for a cohort of 28 young people with relatively severe intellectual disabilities who left special schools in 2004 and 2005 in two adjacent ...
Holding services to account
Background: Recently, the frequency of audit inspections of health services for people with intellectual disability (ID) in the UK has increased, from occasional inquiries to a systematic audit of all services. From 2008, ...
We introduce this chapter by describing the context of our work and the various ways that systemic ideas have affected it. Three systemic ideas inform our transition interventions: "side-step autonomy", "keep multiple ...
How can services become more ethical?
This chapter contains section titled: -Introduction -Theoretical Standpoints -“Being Ethical”: Professional Narratives -Ethical Practices -Ethical Environments -Ethics and Traditions -Conclusions -References
What informs and shapes ethical practice in intellectual disability services?
Background: Theoretical literature in the intellectual disability (ID) field identified a mismatch between professional codes of practice (which assume clients to be 'autonomous') and the reality of fostering autonomy for ...