Wednesday, August 5, 2009

understanding health goals

If you get an answer you can debate fundamentals – not ethical whims. What notion of health does the response suggest? What would happen if the idea were applied consistently to all health work? Where does this understanding of health goals differ from your own? Is yours better? Why? Because work for health is a moral endeavor it must be thoughtful. And because careful thinking matters so much it is not acceptable that health care decision-makers hide behind status, codes of practice, ethical biases dressed up as truths, or even the law. Whenever you ask – how does what you are doing create better health? – nothing less than honest, reasoned answers will do. This post will help you get them.

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