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Evolution of clinical military psychology ethics

Evolution of clinical military psychology ethics

Evolution of clinical military psychology ethics

Kennedy, Carrie H.; Moore, Bret A.

Military Psychology. Vol 20(1),2008, 1-6.

Ethical quandaries for military psychologists are a challenge. Effective military mental health providers must have a thorough understanding of their ethics code, pertinent military instructions, military law, and the mental health laws of the countries in which they practice. This article traces the evolution of clinical military psychology ethics from World War II to present day and serves to introduce the manuscripts within this special issue of Military Psychology. The authors have addressed the issues of multiple relationships, cultural competency, mixed agency, informed consent and confidentiality and provided guidelines in order to effectively address these dilemmas. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved)

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