Working with the client

  • Lucy Fletcher
  • Paul Buka
Chapter

Abstract

Working with people within the health care setting may provoke, at times, conflict and debate as different moral and ethical viewpoints are involved in the delivery of care. Clients of the health care services may hold very different views of what is right or wrong compared with those held by the providers of the services. Members of the health care team may also hold different opinions on how correct treatment and care should be delivered to the individual clients.

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  • Paul Buka

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