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The Healing bond : the patient-practitioner relationship and therapeutic responsibility / edited by Susan Budd and Ursula Sharma ; [contributors, Mary Douglas [and others].

Contributor(s): Budd, Susan, 1941- | Sharma, Ursula, 1941- | Douglas, Mary, 1921-2007Material type: TextTextPublication details: London ; New York : Routledge, 1994. Description: 1 online resource (xi, 239 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780203421130; 0203421132; 9780415090513; 0415090512; 9780415090520; 0415090520; 128032161X; 9781280321610; 9786610321612; 6610321612; 1134876300; 9781134876303Subject(s): Medical personnel and patient | Patients | Physician-Patient Relations | Therapeutics | Ethics, Medical | MEDICAL -- Physician & Patient | Medical personnel and patient | Patients | Medicine Personnel Communication With PatientsGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Healing bond.DDC classification: 610.69/6 LOC classification: R727.3 | .H417 1994ebNLM classification: W 62 H434 1994Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Chapter Introduction / Susan Budd -- part Part I General perspectives -- chapter 1 The construction of the physician -- Mary Douglas / A cultural approach to medical fashions -- chapter 2 Autonomy, responsibility and midwifery / Calliope Farsides -- chapter 3 Quacks -- Roy Porter / An unconscionable time dying -- chapter 4 The equation of responsibility -- Ursula Sharma / Complementary practitioners and their patients -- part Part II Problems of regulation -- chapter 5 Collective therapeutic responsibility -- Lessons from the GMC / Margaret Stacey -- chapter 6 Therapeutic responsibility and the law / Robert Sumerling -- part Part III Voices of the practitioners -- chapter 7 Transference revisited / Susan Budd -- chapter 8 Sharing responsibility for patient care -- David Peters / Doctors and complementary practitioners -- chapter 9 Only nature heals -- Richenda Power / A discussion of therapeutic responsibility from a naturopathic point of view -- chapter 10 Doctor and patient in family planning and psychosexual therapy / Gillian Vanhegan.
Summary: This book combines the expertise of practitioners and researchers to address the wide range of debates currently taking place in relation to the politics of the practitioner-client relationship.
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Chapter Introduction / Susan Budd -- part Part I General perspectives -- chapter 1 The construction of the physician -- Mary Douglas / A cultural approach to medical fashions -- chapter 2 Autonomy, responsibility and midwifery / Calliope Farsides -- chapter 3 Quacks -- Roy Porter / An unconscionable time dying -- chapter 4 The equation of responsibility -- Ursula Sharma / Complementary practitioners and their patients -- part Part II Problems of regulation -- chapter 5 Collective therapeutic responsibility -- Lessons from the GMC / Margaret Stacey -- chapter 6 Therapeutic responsibility and the law / Robert Sumerling -- part Part III Voices of the practitioners -- chapter 7 Transference revisited / Susan Budd -- chapter 8 Sharing responsibility for patient care -- David Peters / Doctors and complementary practitioners -- chapter 9 Only nature heals -- Richenda Power / A discussion of therapeutic responsibility from a naturopathic point of view -- chapter 10 Doctor and patient in family planning and psychosexual therapy / Gillian Vanhegan.

This book combines the expertise of practitioners and researchers to address the wide range of debates currently taking place in relation to the politics of the practitioner-client relationship.

English.

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