This new book by Ann Gallagher looks to be of great interest to those of us interested in nursing and philosophy.
The path to good caregiving can be challenging. How can we respond ethically when there is pressure to meet targets, work faster and implement quick fixes?
This book offers a solution in the form of slow ethics. Slow ethics counters the craving for short-term answers, restores balance and affirms the value of the art of care. The book features real-life stories from different care contexts, enticing readers to adopt an approach that enables humans, other species and the environment to flourish.
The following link will show you a sample of the book as well as the contents page:bit.ly/samplecontents