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Exemptions From Influenza Vaccinations for Health Care Personnel Based on Self or Identity Issues: Are They Justified?

Exemptions From Influenza Vaccinations for Health Care Personnel Based on Self or Identity... The American Journal of Bioethics through on promises, act with honesty and fairness, and REFERENCES deliver high-quality products or services. Good Trust, as Antommaria, A. H. M. 2013. An ethical analysis of mandatory in- Fort explains, is about “engaging human quests for moral fluenza vaccination of health care personnel: Implementing fairly excellence and spiritual identity” and “energizing a pas- and balancing benefits and burdens. American Journal of Bioethics sion about behavior” (199). Ultimately, Good Trust is what 13(9): 30–37. permeates an environment where the common good is pri- Fort, T. L. 2007. Business, integrity, and peace: Beyond geopolitical oritized before individual self-interest. and disciplinary boundaries. New York, NY: Cambridge University The challenge of creating an organizational climate of Press. trust and integrity, marked by a culture of employee self- Gallagher, J. A., and J. Goodstein. 2002. Fulfilling institutional re- governance and a commitment to shared and cooperative sponsibilities in health care: Organizational ethics and the role of values, is complicated in the context of a complex health care mission discernment. Business Ethics Quarterly 12(4): 433–450. delivery system (in which the majority of attention to ethics is usually focused on bioethical issues and clinical ethical sit- Hess, D. 2007. A http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Bioethics Taylor & Francis

Exemptions From Influenza Vaccinations for Health Care Personnel Based on Self or Identity Issues: Are They Justified?

American Journal of Bioethics , Volume 13 (9): 3 – Sep 1, 2013
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Taylor & Francis
Copyright
Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1536-0075
eISSN
1526-5161
DOI
10.1080/15265161.2013.813598
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23952834
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Abstract

The American Journal of Bioethics through on promises, act with honesty and fairness, and REFERENCES deliver high-quality products or services. Good Trust, as Antommaria, A. H. M. 2013. An ethical analysis of mandatory in- Fort explains, is about “engaging human quests for moral fluenza vaccination of health care personnel: Implementing fairly excellence and spiritual identity” and “energizing a pas- and balancing benefits and burdens. American Journal of Bioethics sion about behavior” (199). Ultimately, Good Trust is what 13(9): 30–37. permeates an environment where the common good is pri- Fort, T. L. 2007. Business, integrity, and peace: Beyond geopolitical oritized before individual self-interest. and disciplinary boundaries. New York, NY: Cambridge University The challenge of creating an organizational climate of Press. trust and integrity, marked by a culture of employee self- Gallagher, J. A., and J. Goodstein. 2002. Fulfilling institutional re- governance and a commitment to shared and cooperative sponsibilities in health care: Organizational ethics and the role of values, is complicated in the context of a complex health care mission discernment. Business Ethics Quarterly 12(4): 433–450. delivery system (in which the majority of attention to ethics is usually focused on bioethical issues and clinical ethical sit- Hess, D. 2007. A

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American Journal of BioethicsTaylor & Francis

Published: Sep 1, 2013

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