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  1. Egbert Hardeman & Henk Jochemsen (2012). Are There Ideological Aspects to the Modernization of Agriculture? Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 25 (5):657-674.
    In this paper we try to identify the roots of the persistent contemporary problems in our modernized agriculture: overproduction, loss of biodiversity and of soil fertility, the risk of large animal disease, social controversies on the lack of animal welfare and culling of animals, etc. Attention is paid to the historical development of present-day farming in Holland as an example of European agriculture. We see a blinkered quest for efficiency in the industrialization of agriculture since the Second World War. Key (...)
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  2. Gert Hunink, René van Leeuwen, Michel Jansen & Henk Jochemsen (2009). Moral Issues in Mentoring Sessions. Nursing Ethics 16 (4):487-498.
    This article describes the results of research that investigated whether student nurses identified the moral aspects of everyday nursing care situations and, if so, how they dealt with them. We intended to elucidate the role of mentoring situations in moral development. Student written documents reflecting discussions during mentoring situations were analysed quantitatively and qualitatively. The students studied in one of the three nursing schools involved in the research. In only a small proportion of cases (<13%) did the students identify the (...)
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  3. Henk Jochemsen (2006). Normative Practices as an Intermediate Between Theoretical Ethics and Morality. Philosophia Reformata 71 (1):96-112.
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  4. Henk Jochemsen (2001). Short Literature Notices. Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy 4:363-370.
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  5. Jan Hoogland & Henk Jochemsen (2000). Professional Autonomy and the Normative Structure of Medical Practice. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 21 (5):457-475.
    Professional autonomy is often described as a claim of professionalsthat has to serve primarily their own interests. However, it can also beseen as an element of a professional ideal that can function as astandard for professional, i.e. medical practice. This normativeunderstanding of the medical profession and professional autonomy facesthree threats today. 1) Internal erosion of professional autonomy due toa lack of internal quality control by the medical profession; 2)the increasing upward pressure on health care expenses that calls for ahealth care (...)
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  6. Henk Jochemsen & Henk ten Have (2000). The Autonomy of the Health Professional: An Introduction. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 21 (5):405-408.
  7. Henk Jochemsen & Henk ten Have (2000). The Autonomy of the Health Professional: An Introduction. [REVIEW] Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 21 (5):405-408.
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  8. John J. Polder & Henk Jochemsen (2000). Professional Autonomy in the Health Care System. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 21 (5):477-491.
    Professional autonomy interferes at a structural level with the variousaspects of the health care system. The health care systems that can bedistinguished all feature a specific design of professional autonomy,but experience their own governance problems. Empirical health caresystems in the West are a nationally coloured blend of ideal type healthcare systems. From a normative perspective, the optimal health caresystem should consist of elements of all the ideal types. A workableoptimum taking national values into account could be attained bygovernance structures that (...)
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  9. Henk Jochemsen (1999). Kilner, J.F., Orr, R.D. And Shelley, J.A. (Eds.): 1998, The Changing Face of Health Care. A Christian Appraisal of Managed Care, Resource Allocation, and Patient-Caregiver Relationships. [REVIEW] Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 2 (2):211-212.
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