Introduction; 1. Ethics in professional practice - an interprofessional perspective; 2. Moral philosophy and ethical theory: setting the foundations; 3. Ethical activism - exploring human rights and social justice in the interprofessional space; 4. Regulation of the professions: codes of ethics and standards of practice; 5. Ethical decision making; 6. Ethical principles in practice; 7. Professional integrity and e-professionalism; 8. Ethics in the workplace; 9. Keeping ethics on the agenda: strategies for future practice; Conclusion.
Interprofessional Ethics introduces students to moral philosophy, ethical theory, professional regulation, ethical decision-making, activism, e-Professionalism, and personal and professional responsibilities.
Donna McAuliffe is Associate Professor, School of Human Services and Social Work at Griffith University, Queensland.