Triad collaboration in psychiatry: Privacy and confidentiality revisited

International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 4 (1):121-139 (2011)
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Abstract

Within psychiatry, patients, family, and professionals are involved and interrelated. Yet it is not easy for healthcare professionals to involve family actively in patient care. Taking a feminist perspective, we investigate why health-care professionals experience ambivalence in involving family in attempts to reduce seclusion, suggesting how they can improve family involvement by adopting a relational view on autonomy. Professionals should view patients not only in terms of individual autonomy and rights, but also in terms of relations and dependencies that need to be considered in fostering patient care.

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Guy Widdershoven
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