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  1. Recommended Text 2 items
    1. Ethics: theory and practice - Jacques P. Thiroux, Keith W. Krasemann c2012

      Book Recommended

    2. Reflective Writing - Kate Williams, , Mary Woolliams, , and Jane Spiro 2012

      Book Recommended This text is a good introduction to reflective writing. If you haven't engaged in reflective writing recently this may provide you with some direction

  2. Team references 2 items
  3. Readings 2 items
    1. Good and evil: themes and overview - e Staub 2003

      Chapter  Please refer to chapter 1

  4. Module 1 topic 1 reading list 6 items
    1. Introductory Chapters 4 items
      Please select 1and post a 1 paragraph summary highlighting the key message on the exercise 1.2 discussion site
      1. The ethical challenge - N Preston 2014

        Chapter  Introductory chapter. Read pages 6-15.

      2. Understanding ethics - Torbjörn Tännsjö 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book  Chapter 1 Practical and Normative Ethics

      3. What is ethics? - I Kerridge, M Lowe, C Stewart 2013

        Chapter  Please read chapter 1, pp. 3-11

      4. Ethics, professional ethics, and health care ethics - HW Baillie 2013

        Chapter  Chapter 1 Ethics, Professional Ethics and Health Care Ethics

    2. Module 1 Topic 1: Extension Activity 1 item
      1. Values education - N Preston 2014

        Chapter  To complete the exercise 1.3 you will need to read the following chapter. Preston, N. (2014). Chapter 13 "Values Education" in Understanding Ethics, The Federation Press. Please scroll to read pages 208-217

    3. Before Teaching Ethics, Stop Kidding Yourself. - Marino, Gordon February 20 2004 supp

      Article  Please read the Marino article and then select one of the introductory chapters.

  5. Module 1 topic 2 reading list 2 items
    Please select one of the following readings that focuses on differentiating between legal and ethical.
    1. Problem solving in clinical ethics and law - I Kerridge, M Lowe, C Stewart 2013

      Chapter  Please read chapter 8, pp. 136-156

    2. Ethics: approaching moral decisions - Arthur F. Holmes 2007

      Book  Please refer to Chapter 11 (ereading) and the following are the discussion points for Exercise 2.1: Do you agree with his statement "Human rights provide an ethical basis for government and moral limitations on its power"? What is the difference between paternalistic behaviour and a legal moralist perspective?

  6. Module 1 topic 3 reading list 6 items
    There are many references that can help you to identify your values. This is an important individual task as you will need to submit your values in Assignment 1a. If your group submitted your group charter in a timely manner you should have access to a file "Values resources"
    1. The emergence of evidence-based practice - M Thomas, M Burt, J Parkes 2010

      Chapter  Please refer to Chapter 1 The emergence of Evidence –based practice

    2. Ethics: a beginner's guide - Peter Cave 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book  Please refer to Chapter 1

    3. Ethics: theory and practice - Jacques P. Thiroux, Keith W. Krasemann c2012

      Book  Please refer to pages 12 -15

    4. As you read ask yourself some of the following questions

       

      1. What is valuable to you?
      2. On what do you identify your successes?
      3. How were those values formed?
      4. Do values change?
      5. If so, what causes them to change? Have your values changed?
      6. What impact do our values have in our interaction with others?
      7. What happens when our values conflict with others?
      8. How do you speak to people and communicate effectively with them when their values are different to yours?
      9. In your responses to the exercises what was your main focus?

  7. Module 1 topic 4 reading list 11 items
    If you select either one of these two chapters they will provide you with a basis for understanding consequentialism.
    1. Ethics: theory and practice - Jacques P. Thiroux, Keith W. Krasemann c2012

      Book  Please refer to Chapter 2.

    2. Public health ethics - Stephen Holland, Ebooks Corporation 2015

      Book  Please refer to Chapter 1

    3. The following site from the BBC introduces consequentialism

    4. Readings

       

      The following readings will inform your torture discussions.

    5. Ask.com

      Webpage  Please be warned, some may find this disturbing as it outlines some current torture techniques. It is not essential to watch or listen to but it is included to give you an understanding of the techniques used.

    6. On the ethics of torture - Uwe Steinhoff, Project Muse c2013 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  8. Module 1 Topic 5 11 items
    1. Ethics: theory and practice - Jacques P. Thiroux, Keith W. Krasemann c2012

      Book  Please refer to Chapter 3.

    2. Public health ethics - Stephen Holland, Ebooks Corporation 2015

      Chapter  Please refer to chapter 2

    3. Additional reading

    4. Jigsaw reading texts

    5. 11n1Yeh.doc - 11n1Yeh.pdf

      Document  Der-lan Yeh T. The way to peace: a Buddhist perspective. Int J P Studies. 2006;11(1):91-112.

    6. Marques_Binder_Buddhist_07-11-2011.pdf

      Document  Marques JF, Dhiman SK. Buddhist psychology in the workplace. JCM. 2011; 20(3):19-24.

  9. Module 1 Topic 6 reading list 7 items
    1. Please select either of these chapters that explore the relationship between absolutism and relativism.

    2. Ethics: theory and practice - Jacques P. Thiroux, Keith W. Krasemann c2012

      Book  Please refer to Chapter 5.

    3. Understanding ethics: an introduction to moral theory - Torbjörn Tännsjö c2008

      Book  Please refer to Chapter 1

    4. Additional reading

    5. Good and evil: themes and overview - E Staub 2003

      Chapter  Please refer to Chapter 1

    6. British Humanist Association: The BHA

      Website  If you are interested in exploring Humanism this site might be useful

  10. Module 2 Topic 7 reading list 4 items
    1. Please refer back to topic 1's readings

    2. Ethics and law for the health professions - Ian H. Kerridge, Michael Lowe, Cameron Stewart 2013

      Book  Please refer to Chapter 1

    3. Ethics: theory and practice - Jacques P. Thiroux, Keith W. Krasemann c2012

      Book  While not specifically on the topic Chapters 14 & 15 in the text may be useful background reading

  11. Module 2 Topic 8 reading list 5 items
    1. Problem solving in clinical ethics and law - I Kerridge, M Lowe, C Stewart 2013

      Chapter  Please read chapter 8, pp. 136-156

    2. THE HIDDEN TRAPS IN DECISION MAKING. - KEENEY, RALPH L.; RAIFFA, HOWARD Jan2006

      Article 

    3. The following are additional readings that may assist you when examining your decision making

  12. Module 2 Topic 9 reading list 7 items
    1. The following websites are useful resources that highlight cultural differences in communication patterns:

    2. The following readings highlight team processes which may be of use to you when writing up the processes your group/team went through.

    3. A Temporally Based Framework and Taxonomy of Team Processes - Michelle A. Marks, John E. Mathieu and Stephen J. Zaccaro 2001

      Article 

  13. Module 2 Topic 10 reading list 12 items
    1. The whistleblower's handbook: a step-by-step guide to doing what's right and protecting yourself - Stephen M. Kohn c2011 (electronic resource)

      Book  This text might be easier to access as it is an ebook

    2. The following are a few links that may be interesting to explore

    3. There are many American organisations but you need to be careful as their legislative system is different

    4. Examples of Ombudsman & commissions

  14. Understanding ethics - Noel Preston 2014

    Book 

  15. The ethics of Buddhism - Shundō Tachibana 1975

    Book 

  16. Understanding ethics - Torbjörn Tännsjö 2013 (electronic resource)

    Book 

  17. Ask.com

    Webpage  This is a brief summary of the American approach to drug pricing. There are some differences in the Australia processes.

  18. Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) | About the PBS

    Webpage  This link takes you to the Australian PBS which outlines some frequently asked questions

  19. Reflective Writing - Kate Williams, , Mary Woolliams, , and Jane Spiro 2012

    Book 

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