Eike-Henner Kluge is the first expert witness in medical ethics recognized by Canadian courts. Dr. Kluge, has acted as an expert witness in Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario.
Eike-Henner Kluge is the first expert witness in medical ethics recognized by Canadian courts. He is known for his work on contentious medical ethics issue such as abortion and the ethics of deliberate death in addition to privacy and medical informatics. He established and was the first director of the Canadian Medical Association Department of Ethics and Legal Affairs.
Ethics in Health Care book. Written by one of the leading Canadian authorities on health care ethics, Ethics in Health Care: A Canadian Focus presents the key ethical issues surrounding several health care topics within the context of the Canadian social and legal system.
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Health Care Relationship. Assigned reading: Chapter 3. A. Types of relationships. Definition of Health and its Implications B. Health Care as a Right vs. Health Care as a Commodity C. The Canada Health Act and Significant Developments.
Instructor and Textbook, Instructor – E-H Kluge – Office location: Clearihue B 313 – E-mail: – Tel: (250)721-7519, Textbook – E-H Kluge: Ethics in Health Care: A Canadian Focus (Pearson: Toronto, 2013).
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Ethics in Healthcare and Ethics in. Information Technologies further intersect to form Healthcare Informatics Ethics . contribution of one of its authors (Dr. Kluge)
Ethics in Healthcare and Ethics in. Information Technologies further intersect to form Healthcare Informatics Ethics (Figure 1). Figure 1. Healthcare Informatics Ethics is formed by Healthcare Ethics and Informatics Ethics. and ethical use of software in appropriate disclosure of patient information, diseases, and risks. Kluge). Another code is the UK Council for Health Informatics Professions (UKCHIP) Code of. Conduct, which is adapted from the BCS code. I. J. Medical Informatics. However, it has special significance in the health care sector with respect to electronically based patient records. e-Health, as an enterprise, presents risks to patient health data that involve not only technology and professional protocols but also laws, regulations and professional securit. More). The Canadian health care system is a publicly fundedsystem based on the philosophy that health is a right,not a commodity. The implementation of thisperspective is hampered by the fact that th.
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Written by one of the leading Canadian authorities on health care ethics, Ethics in Health Care: A Canadian Focus presents the key ethical issues surrounding several health care topics within the context of the Canadian social and legal system. With a strong emphasis on the application of theory, Ethics provides readers with the conceptual tools for making their own informed judgements. Furthermore, each topic is considered within the context of the rapid acceleration of contemporary technologies and their impact on traditional perspectives on the delivery of health care.
Author: Eike-Henner Kluge
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Publisher: Pearson Education Canada; 1 edition (October 1, 2012)
Pages: 400 pages
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