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Profile: Amy Allison (Mount Saint Mary's College)
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    A. Allison (1998). Tensions in Sharing Client Confidences While Respecting Autonomy: Implications for Interprofessional Practice. Nursing Ethics 5 (5):441-450.
    This article aims to explore the ethical issues arising from the sharing of information in the context of interprofessional collaboration. The increased emphasis on interprofessional working has highlighted the need for greater collaboration and sharing of client information. Through the medium of a case study, we identify a number of tensions that arise from collaborative relationships, which are not conducive to supporting interprofessional working in an ethically sound manner. Within this article, it is argued that the way forward within these (...)
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    Anthony C. Allison (1985). The Interleukin‐1 Family of Molecules. Bioessays 3 (6):260-263.
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    A. Allison (2009). The Cool Brand, Affective Activism and Japanese Youth. Theory, Culture and Society 26 (2-3):89-111.
    Japanese youth goods have become globally popular over the past 15 years. Referred to as `cool', their contribution to the national economy has been much hyped under the catchword Japan's `GNC' . While this new national brand is indebted to youth — youth are the intended consumers for such products and sometimes the creators — young Japanese today are also chastised for not working hard, failing at school and work, and being insufficiently productive or reproductive. Using the concept of immaterial (...)
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    A. C. Allison (1969). Natural Selection and Population Diversity. Journal of Biosocial Science 1 (S1):15-30.
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  5. A. Allison & A. Ewens (1998). Tensions in Sharing Client Confidences While Respecting Autonomy: Implications for Interprofessional Practice. Nursing Ethics 5 (5):441-450.
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  6. Vanessa J. Meyer, Yoojin Lee, Christian Böttger, Uwe Leonbacher, Amber L. Allison & Elizabeth A. Shirtcliff (2015). Experience, Cortisol Reactivity, and the Coordination of Emotional Responses to Skydiving. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9.
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