The question of how to include individuals and groups facing marginalisation in health services is one of the major challenges within the ethics of care. This article discusses a pilot project exploring what can be done within nursing education to sensitise students to professional and moral responsibility for individuals and groups facing marginalisation. Evaluation of the project indicated that such an approach to knowledge seems to benefit the students’ learning.
Myhrvold T, Marginalisation as a Possible Health Issue: an Exercise in Practice-Based Ethical Education, 2012, Etikk i praksis. Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics , 6 (1), pp. 42–57.