Caregiving: A “moral act”

An anthropologist at Harvard Medical School, Arthur Kleinman, writes movingly about a sensitive subject for many family members of loved ones with psychiatric disabilities: caregiving. Within the sometimes cold and officious realm of scientific medicine, the author holds that caregiving is a moral act. Access the article here. See all PsychOdyssey’s recommended articles here.

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