Ethical issues in intervention outcomes.

Abstract

This article discusses selected ethical issues involved with the outcomes of interventions. An intervention is a process of intrusion into value systems based on a relationship of mutual trust and shared expectations between the intervener and the participant. Too often, interveners focus on the outcome without considering the mediating variables that can influence the outcome; therefore, intervention outcomes may fail or be short-lived. Many ethical issues with respect to how interventions are designed and implemented can affect their success or failure.

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@article{Bruhn2001EthicalII, title={Ethical issues in intervention outcomes.}, author={John G. Bruhn}, journal={Family & community health}, year={2001}, volume={23 4}, pages={24-35} }