Her focus is on the physical financial psychological and spiritual needs of patients and families affected by medical error and she concludes with a theory of forgiveness after harm this book will be read by professionals and some students in bioethics health policy and religion. By clarifying the nature of our moral obligations after medical harm berlingers book also highlights a complex challenge for the medical profession how to form medical professionals who will in the face of real threats to their own reputations pride and financial security willingly disclose medical harm apologise for their errors and take concrete steps to fairly compensate patients . Founded in 1969 the hastings center is the worlds first bioethics research institute it is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization of research scholars from multiple disciplines including philosophy law political science and education. And traditions to improve the care of patients after medical harm has occurred such an investigation might require berlinger to broaden her understand ing of narrative ethics the narratives she examines are the stories of physi cians who made errors and patients or their families who endured them
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