Jan Quallington

Dr Jan Quallington qualified as a RGN (Adult) and undertook specialist education in cardiothoracic nursing. Her clinical practice was in acute medicine, coronary care and intensive care. After moving into education in a university setting Jan studied for an MA in Medical Ethics and Law and gained a Doctorate in Medical Ethics from Keele University. She undertook a number of roles in higher education and led a large multiprofessional team to deliver a wide range of health and social care education in partnership with health and social care providers and service users. Jan writes on ethical reflection and leadership in health and social care. She was most recently Head of the Institute of Health and Society at the University of Worcester before her retirement from healthcare education in 2019.

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Values and Ethics for Care Practice

This book introduces readers to values and ethics and their importance in patient-centred care.

Readers are encouraged to reflect on how values and ethics are articulated in the latest Codes of Practice and how
they can apply these concepts to become compassionate care professionals.

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