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  • Chiropractic leadership in the eradication of sexual abuse. [Journal Article]
    J Can Chiropr Assoc 2012; 56(1):66-74Kinsinger FS, Sutton W
  • Health practitioners work under fiduciary constraint, and are obligated to favour patient needs over all others and in particular their own. The principles of professionalism demand that professionals take great care to ensure that boundaries are maintained safely to provide an optimal setting in facilitating patient care. Boundary violations cause serious harm to the patient. Any romantic or sex…
  • "Gender aware therapy" for professional men in a day treatment center. [Review]
    Psychotherapy (Chic) 2010; 47(3):316-26Robertson JM, Williams BW
  • High accountability men in the medical, legal, corporate, and mental health professions sometimes engage in behavior that violates their fiduciary responsibilities. These highly skilled men may engage in disruptive or explosive behavior, cross sexual boundaries with clients or patients, abuse substances, or have other psychiatric problems that compromise their workplace performance. When this occ…
  • The impaired practitioner - scope of the problem and ethical challenges. [Review]
    S Afr Med J 2006; 96(10):1069-72Dhai A, Szabo CP, McQuoid-Mason DJ
  • Practitioner impairment occurs when a physical, mental or substance-related disorder interferes with his or her ability to engage in professional activities competently and safely. The Health Professions Council of South Africa makes reporting of impaired colleagues and students mandatory. The ethical dilemma faced by many colleagues on the issue of reporting an impaired practitioner is that of h…
  • Two cheers for physicians' conflicts of interest. [Review]
    Mt Sinai J Med 2004; 71(4):236-42Stell LK
  • This paper will attempt to demonstrate that conflict of interest is an unavoidable feature of medical practice, medical institutions, medical publications, and medical research. It also seeks to show how and why current regulations are ineffective in curbing fraud and abuse. The paper goes on to argue that, in light of the incentives incorporated into current reimbursement arrangements, physician…
  • Violence against women in North America. [Journal Article]
    Arch Womens Ment Health 2003; 6(3):185-91Erlick Robinson G
  • Although North America is viewed as a place where women have equal rights and status, violence against women is still rampant. Forty to 51% of women experience some type of violence in their lifetime including child abuse, physical violence, rape and domestic violence. The perpetrator is most likely to be a current or former partner. Such violence stems from historical views of women as property …
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