BIOETHICS AND PROFESSIONALISM IN PAEDIATRIC REHABILITATION

Shrisruthi Suresh, Vadivelan Kanniappan

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Background: Paediatric rehabilitation has been very important to all paediatric conditions and the professionalism of the rehab team benefits the child’s progression as well as individual development. Though there are many ethical issues in the rehab team, some facts are still a mystery. Ethics or moral philosophy is critical thinking about the behavior expressions of human interdependence. This study mainly deals with specific domains which are very important among rehabilitation teams: 1. holistic approach, 2. tool examination, 3. protocol setting, 4. parental involvement. Aim of the Study: The study aims to identify and clarify ethical issues among the professionals dealing with the paediatric population. Methodology: The study is an observational type with a survey method, a questionnaire was formed and sent to the professionals dealing with the paediatric population and their responses were identified through google forms. Conclusion: Clinical practice or a refined framework of decision-making changes the ideology of members of the team. Knowledge sharing about paediatric care between the professionals helps in protocol making.

 

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paediatric rehabilitation, ethical issues, child progression

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