First do no harm opens the discourse for reaching new understandings from reassessing the meaning of quality of life to questioning the appropriateness of the very language used by healthcare professionals it will be welcomed by healthcare workers and by scholars in nursing medicine and the allied health sciences. Perhaps other volumes in this series will employ diverse interpretative methodologies to explore traditions of power violence and oppression in health care and human science from slightly different perspectives one might begin with public policies and practices that do not adequately advocate universal health coverage for all citizens. Get this from a library first do no harm power oppression and violence in healthcare nancy l diekelmann. First do no harm power oppression and violence in healthcare edited by nancy l diekelmann madison university of wisconsin press 2002 266 pages 5795 cloth 2295 paper this is an example of a book that is not a historical study but one that would have been helped if the authors had had some participation by historians. C2009 2019 bioethics research library box 571212 washington dc 20057 1212 2026873885
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