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stephen scher

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My book, Rethinking Health Care Ethics—co-authored with Kasia Kozlowska, a child/adolescent psychiatrist from the University of Sydney—has just been published by Palgrave Macmillan. We have made it available open access, as a free download, in order to reach a broad audience of health professionals, not just bioethicists. In the book, we present a psychologically grounded approach to clinical ethics that is oriented specifically toward students/trainees, teachers, and clinicians, with a particular emphasis on learning and teaching. I hope you will download the book, take a look, and also forward the link to others who may be interested (individuals but also groups).

Here is a link to the free download: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-13-0830-7

The book will also be available on a print-on-demand basis (low cost; free shipping) sometime around the end of August. You can use the above link for that purpose, too. Note that if you want a print copy, order it from Springer (above link). No online bookseller will be any cheaper (many will be more expensive), and the publisher provides free worldwide shipping.

Camille Nebeker

Posts: 55
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Thanks, Stephen - wonderful work and so great that it is open access! We have re-tweeted your announcement via John Torous. Would you like to present at an upcoming CORE webinar? Connect with me at nebeker@eng.ucsd.edu if you'd like to discuss. You can access our prior webinars here: https://thecore.ucsd.edu/webinars/

Best, Camille

Sara Meeder

Posts: 27
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Thanks! Will share with my institution's bioethics committee.

stephen scher

Posts: 2
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Great idea. Thanks. I hope others can do the same.