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Title: Clinical pastoral education and post privacy legislation: an Australian perspective.
Austin Authors: Gibbons, Graeme D
Affiliation: Department of Pastoral Care & Education, Spirituality & Health, Austin Hospital, Austin Health, 145-163 Studley Road, Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia 3084.
Issue Date: 2003
Publication information: The Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling : Jpcc; 57(3): 319-28
Abstract: Recently introduced privacy legislation in Australia has required that professional associations approaching education from the perspective of human cases review their standards and develop new policies and procedures to protect the privacy of individuals. In this article, the author explores the disruption created for Clinical Pastoral Education by the introduction of these privacy laws, demonstrates that it is possible to be loyal to both a commitment to privacy and learning from "living human documents," develop strategies for changing the educational culture, and establish new procedures, strategies, and policy.
Gov't Doc #: 14579633
Journal: The journal of pastoral care & counseling : JPCC
Type: Journal Article
Subjects: Legal Approach
Professional Patient Relationship
Religious Approach
Confidentiality.legislation & jurisprudence
Guideline Adherence
Organizational Culture
Organizational Policy
Pastoral & administration
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