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�This book consists of 15 chapters about various trends in mental health.� With one� exception, all of the chapters are written by psychologists.� Contributors contend that a herd mentality has emerged in the field that often harms those seeking treatment. They especially focus on the influence of political ideology.� By merely skimming, some progressives could glibly dismiss this as a right-wing rant, which is simplistic.� Many who identify with the left, such as this reviewer, might see some clinical merit. While there is a conservative theme, some chapters are hardly ideological, like ones on continuing education and ...
This week's blog reflects my class readings from the book, "The Tracks We Leave: Ethics in Healthcare Management" by Frankie Perry (2002). This week's readings provided a short vingnette about a medical center and its choice to withhold information regarding medical errors from patients and the results that were produced from such a decision. The readings also introduced the concept of values and how different value systems affect the day to day choices individuals make in all areas of life. The blog below will examine the importance of "telling the truth" ... Read More
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