<原著>作業療法における倫理的課題 : 外来慢性期患者への実践から

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<原著>作業療法における倫理的課題 : 外来慢性期患者への実践から
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<ORIGINAL ARTICLES>Ethical issues in occupational therapy : outpatient care for chronic hemiplegic patients
Author
氏名 吉川 ひろみ
ヨミ ヨシカワ ヒロミ
別名 YOSHIKAWA Hiromi
Subject
作業療法
倫理
慢性期片麻痺
外来患者
チーム医療
occupational therapy
ethics
chronic hemiplegia
outpatient
team care
Abstract

Sixty-one of 100 occupational therapists were surveyed about whether they felt frustrated or not in treating outpatients with chronic hemiplegia, and, if so, why. Seventy-percent of the respondents reported some frustration. Their major frustration occured when the treatment occupational therapists thought the best was different from the treatment patients wanted to receive. This frustration would result in dilemmas if the different opinions of the therapist and patient were made apparent through the process of informed consent. The problems that rehabilitation teams face with informed consent are discussed in this paper. These problems are related to the process of decision-making as a team which includes many kinds of professionals, different needs from clients and care-givers, low competency of clients, and the patient's lack of acceptance of his/her disabilities. Ethical considerations have rarely been discussed using actual rehabilitation cases in Japan. Knowing that dilemmas actually happen in daily practice is the first step for starting a discussion of ethical issues in occupational therapy.

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Journal Title
広島県立保健福祉短期大学紀要
Volume
1
Issue
1
Spage
95
Epage
99
Published Date
1996-03
Publisher
広島県立保健福祉短期大学
ISSN
1342-0070
NCID
AA11318754
Language
jpn
NIIType
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version
出版社版
Sort Key
18
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pu-hiroshima