Category N - Health Care
/ethics (ES, /ethics) Used with discussion and analysis of health care with respect to principles of morality and social values, as exemplified by decision making in health facilities, organizations, and services, and by health personnel and specialties. It is also a main heading (K1.316+) under which more specific ethics MHs are listed.
Moral obligations of hospital nursing staff.
NURSING STAFF, HOSPITAL / *ethics
/ethnology (EH, /ethnol) Used with diseases for ethnic, cultural, or anthropological aspects, with geographic headings to indicate the place of origin of a group of people, and with behavior and population headings to indicate sociological or cultural aspects. It is also a main heading in the I1 Category.
Health seeking behavior of Arabs.
PATIENT ACCEPTANCE OF HEALTH CARE / *ethnol
ARABS / *psychol
/history (HI, /hist) Used for the historical aspects of health care delivery, including discussions of the history of populations, health facilities, personnel, services, economics, organizations, and health services administration. It is also a main heading (K1.419+) under which more specific history MHs are listed.
History of Pennsylvania Hospital in the 1700s.
HOSPITALS / *hist
HISTORY, 18th CENTURY
Last Reviewed: April 3, 2015