Medical Ethics Education : An Interdisciplinary and Social Theoretical Perspective
By: Emmerich, Nathan.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Springerbriefs in Ethics: Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2013Description: 1 online resource (121 p.).ISBN: 9783319004853.Subject(s): Ethics | Medical ethics -- Study and teaching | Medical ethicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Medical Ethics Education : An Interdisciplinary and Social Theoretical PerspectiveDDC classification: 174.2 | 610.71 LOC classification: R724 .E46 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; Abbreviations; 1 Some Relevant Concepts; 1.1…Introduction; 1.2…Formal and Informal Education; 1.3…Acquisition and Participation; 1.4…Socialisation and Enculturation; 1.5…On Reflection; 1.6…Metacognition; 1.7…Learning to Talk, Learning to Think: The Dialogical Nature of Socio-Cultural Located Argumentation; 1.8…Conclusion; References; 2 Sociological Perspectives on Medical Education; 2.1…Introduction; 2.2…The Social Theory of Pierre Bourdieu; 2.2.1 Practice, Field, Habitus; 2.3…Critical Sociologies of Medical Education; 2.3.1 Medical Education Research
2.3.2 Bourdieuan Studies in Medical Education2.3.3 Developing the Medical Habitus; 2.4…The Cognitive (Medical) Habitus Needs (Ethical) Thinking Dispositions; 2.4.1 The Disposition to Be Broad and Adventurous; 2.4.2 The Disposition Toward Sustained Intellectual Curiosity; 2.4.3 The Disposition to Clarify and Seek Understanding; 2.4.4 The Disposition to Be Planful and Strategic; 2.4.5 The Disposition to Be Intellectually Careful; 2.4.6 The Disposition to Seek and Evaluate Reasons; 2.4.7 The Disposition to Be Metacognitive; 2.5…Conclusion; References
3 Medical Ethics as an Aspect of Medical Education: A UK Perspective3.1…Introduction: The Rise of Modern Medical Ethics in the UK; 3.2…1993s Tomorrow's Doctors in Context; 3.3…UK Medical Ethics Education Pre-Tomorrow's Doctors; 3.4…UK Medical Ethics Education Post-Tomorrow's Doctors; 3.5…Conclusion; References; 4 Prof. W. G. Irwin: A Case Study in the Development of Medical Ethics Education in the UK; 4.1…Introduction; 4.2…Prof. W. G. Irwin's Development of Academic General Practice; 4.3…Teaching Terminal Care: A First Foray into the Ethics Of Medicine
4.4…Prof. W. G. Irwin and the Warnock Committee4.5…The Development of Medical Ethics Education by Prof. W. G. Irwin and Colleagues; 4.6…Conclusion; References; 5 Medical Ethics Education from a Socio-Cultural Perspective; 5.1…Introduction; 5.2…Thinking as Practice: A Socio-Cultural Perspective on Medical Ethics Education; 5.3…A Vygotskian Perspective; 5.4…Re-Thinking Apprenticeship: Rethinking Medical Ethics Education; 5.5…What is Enculturated by Medical Ethics Education Considered as a Cognitive Apprenticeship?; 5.5.1 Enculturating Concepts; 5.5.2 Enculturating Medical Ethical Metacognition
5.5.3 Enculturating Beliefs5.5.4 Enculturating Thinking Dispositions; 5.6…Conclusion; References; 6 Conclusions; 6.1…Introduction; 6.1.1 A Dispositional Thread; 6.1.2 Beyond the New Synthesis in Moral Psychology; 6.1.3 Professional Ethics as an Orthogonal Medical Specialism; 6.1.4 Implications for (Applied Philosophical) Bioethics; 6.1.5 Implication for Medical Ethics Education; 6.2…Conclusion; References; General Medical Council Publications
There is a diversity of 'ethical practices' within medicine as an institutionalised profession as well as a need for ethical specialists both in practice as well as in institutionalised roles. This Brief offers a social perspective on medical ethics education. It discusses a range of concepts relevant to educational theory and thus provides a basic illumination of the subject. Recent research in the sociology of medical education and the social theory of Pierre Bourdieu are covered. In the end, the themes of Bourdieuan Social Theory, socio-cultural apprenticeships and the 'characterological tu
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