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A Narrative Inquiry into the Lives of Older Adults Labelled with Intellectual Disabilities: The Significance of Place as a Means to Story RetirementDownload
This narrative inquiry engaged the author in the storied lives of three older gentlemen labelled with intellectual disabilities (the inquirers) as they lived out a story of retirement in their community in a mid-sized city in Western Canada. The author walked alongside the inquirers for nearly a...
A Replication of “The Experience of Ethical Dilemmas, Burnout, and Stress Among Practicing Counselors”Download
This study is a replication and expansion on the study completed by Mullen, Morris, and Lord in 2017 which aimed to determine how experience and reflection on ethical dilemmas impacts burnout amongst counselors. One hundred, sixty-four counselors completed an in-person survey that measured...
Background: End-of-life decisions regarding the administration, withdrawal or withholding of life-sustaining therapy in the critical care setting can be challenging. Disagreements between health care providers and family members occur, especially when families believe strongly in preserving life,...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2016: Savons-nous mourir au 21e siècle? La fin de vie est aujourd'hui monopolisée par la pratique médicale et le milieu hospitalier, mais ceux-ci sont-il les plus 'hospitaliers' pour accueillir l'expérience radicalement singulière de mourir? Comment faire de celle-ci le vrai...
The Non-Identity Problem arises in cases in which an agent causes someone to exist in an undesirable state, and it intuitively seems they have acted wrongly by doing so. It can be difficult to locate the source of this wrongdoing, however, since in these cases there is no way for the agent to...
As part of an Open Educational Resource (OER), this teacher handbook is intended to work hand-in-hand with the student guidebook to help direct discussions and activities. The We are All Related AR Guide was developed to support a team of Indigenous and settler partners in navigating the process...
Canadian Public Perspective of the Canadian Psychological Association's Code of Ethics for Psychologists Principle RankingDownload
A professional code of ethics guides professionals in their ethical decision-making, and is also intended to protect the public from harm that may result from the activities of that profession. The Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) created a Code of Ethics for Psychologists with four...
This thesis examines the late Muslim theologian Bediuzzaman Said Nursi’s ethics of non-violence. It argues that the non-violent ethics of Bediüzzaman Said Nursi based on the Qur’an might aid in finding solutions to the global problem of religion and violence, particularly as it is experienced in...
Healthcare professionals are moral agents whose fiduciary relationship with the public is animated by responsibility and the promise to use knowledge and skills to aid those in their care. When their ability to keep this promise is constrained or compromised, moral distress can result. Moral...