Analyses ethical and legal dilemmas typically faced by occupational therapists. The text covers situations likely to confront students, clinicians and managers, leaving them better prepared when there is no clear-cut right or wrong answer. Case study scenarios are included. New to this edition is a chapter on informed consent in research, one on confidentiality during group work, and one on ethical issues when the practitioner is a whistle-blower. End-of-chapter questions help the reader explore and shape his or her own ethical perspectives, allowing an exploration of options before these are put to the test in the real world.
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