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The release of theMid Staffordshire hospital report otherwise called the Francis report onceagain ignited the debate about the issue of abuse of especially vulnerablepatients, while navigating the care pathway as inpatients in hospitals; withinthe National health service NHS, England. Once more the official reactionfrom the NHS directorate is more -standards- to monitor failed standards inpatient care. Of interest in the official responses so far, are the unheardvoices addressing the issue of healthcare and organizational ethics concernsthat need revisiting. This article seeks to revisit practice, systems and careissues leading to incidents of the type of the Staffordshire abuses, and theimportant but yet unheralded place of organizational and care ethics in helpingto curb such abuses from re-occurring.

KEYWORDS

Health Professionals, Quality of Care, Rights, Health Care Ethics

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Coleman, A. 2014 Post Mid-Staffordshire Inquiries Reaction, in and about the National Health Service NHS, England. The Missing Pieces: Organizational, Care and Virtue Ethics Perspectives. International Journal of Clinical Medicine, 5, 1009-1015. doi: 10.4236-ijcm.2014.516131.





Autor: Albert Coleman

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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