Nursing Ethics

Nursing Ethics

By following the outline of the questions , nurses are able to inspect and evaluate the full scope of the patient's situation , as well as the central ethical conflict . Once the nurse or an ethics team has the case facts , the analysis ...

Author: Janie B. Butts

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 0763747351

Category: Medical

Page: 277

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Based on the concept that compassionate relationships between nurses and patients form a vital element of humanistic nursing, Nursing Ethics: Across the Curriculum and Into Practice provides foundational knowledge about ethics to prepare nursing students for the moral issues they will experience daily. Derived from theoretical foundations, clinical evidence and case study, this text is ideal for nursing students by providing decision-making approaches and models, rationale for decisions, and management of care for various topics. Addressing a wide array of nursing moral issues, this text includes current scholarly literature, related news briefs, and research and legal findings regarding ethical issues.
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Concepts and Cases in Nursing Ethics Third Edition

Concepts and Cases in Nursing Ethics   Third Edition

distinct voice of women, which hitherto had been suppressed by the dominant male ethic and relegated to second-class status. Huggins and Scalzi (1988) caution, “If an ethical base for nursing practice is built on the ethic of justice, ...

Author: Michael Yeo

Publisher: Broadview Press

ISBN: 1770481044

Category: Philosophy

Page: 420

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Concepts and Cases in Nursing Ethics is a case-based exploration of the core principles of health care ethics applied to nursing. The book is a collaboration between philosopher-ethicist Michael Yeo and nurse-ethicist and educators Anne Moorhouse, Pamela Khan, and Patricia Rodney. It thus combines philosophical and ethical analysis with extensive knowledge and experience in nursing and health care. The book is organized around six main concepts in health care ethics: beneficence, autonomy, truthfulness, confidentiality, justice, and integrity. A chapter is devoted to the elucidation of each of these concepts. In each chapter, historical background and conceptual analysis are supplemented by case studies that exemplify issues and show how the concept applies in health care and nursing practice. In this new edition, the conceptual analysis throughout has been updated and reworked in view of changes in the health care system. In addition, there is a new chapter specifically devoted to recent developments affecting nursing and other health professions. Previous case studies have been modified and new ones added to address current and emerging issues. Although the text focuses mainly on the social and political situation of nursing, the analysis has relevance also for medicine and the allied health professions, and indeed for anyone working in the health system.
Categories: Philosophy

Nursing Ethics

Nursing Ethics

Nursing and Midwifery Council (2008), The Code: Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics for Nurses and Midwives (London: NMC). O'Brien, A. J. and Golding C. G. (2003), 'Coercion in mental healthcare: the principle of least coercive ...

Author: Steven Edwards

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350310643

Category: Medical

Page: 256

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Struggling to understand ethics? Feeling lost when trying to handle moral dilemmas in professional practice? Worried about helping patients to make decisions in an ethical way? Nursing Ethics is an introductory text which enables you to consider, understand and tackle difficult moral problems. It takes a principle-based approach, which provides a practical and easy-to-apply framework for addressing ethical dilemmas. The book includes clear descriptions of moral theories and concepts and is packed with case examples – giving it immediate relevance to everyday nursing situations. As well as being significantly revised and updated, this new edition includes discussion of the Nursing and Midwifery Code (2008) and an entire chapter dedicated to genetics and the related complex ethical issues. Simple, clear and accessible – Nursing Ethics is an essential purchase for all students and practitioners of nursing and health care.
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Nursing Ethics Feminist Perspectives

Nursing Ethics  Feminist Perspectives

It allows the enduring presence of these themes in contemporary nursing's ethics to be highlighted. There was a flurry of early second-wave feminist analyses of nursing's history and development in the 1970s and 1980s; the reader is ...

Author: Helen Kohlen

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030491048

Category: Medical

Page: 187

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The aim of this book is to show how feminist perspectives can extend and advance the field of nursing ethics. It engages in the broader nursing ethics project of critiquing existing ethical frameworks as well as constructing and developing alternative understandings, concepts, and methodologies. All of the contributors draw attention to the operations of power inherent in moral relationships at individual, institutional, cultural, and socio-political levels. The early essays chart the development of feminist perspectives in the field of nursing ethics from the late 19th century to the present day and consider the impact of gender roles and gendered understandings on the moral lives of nurses, patients and families. They also consider the transformative potential of feminist perspectives to widen the scope of nursing and midwifery practices to include the social, economic, cultural and political dimensions of moral decision-making in health care settings. The second half of the book draws on feminist insights to critically discuss the role of nurses and midwives in leadership, healthcare organisations, and research as well as the provision of particular forms of care e.g. care in the home and abortion care.
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Case Studies in Nursing Ethics

Case Studies in Nursing Ethics

Introduction Four Questions of Ethics ' The term " nursing ethics " is controversial . Some insist that nursing ethics is a unique field posing issues that cannot be understood fully by adapting the professional ethics of physicians .

Author: Sara T. Fry

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 0763713333

Category: Medical

Page: 402

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Rev. ed. of: Case studies in nursing ethics / Robert M. Veach, Sara T. Fry. 1987.
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Everyday Nursing Ethics

Everyday Nursing Ethics

The first question we need to address is whether we should consider nursing ethics to be independent of medicine. Could nursing ethics not simply be a reflection of medical ethics? There are, of course, occasions giving rise to ethical ...

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Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 9781349103997

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Page: 85

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Nursing Ethics in Modern China

Nursing Ethics in Modern China

Fry , Ethics in Nursing Practice , pp . 51–54 . 37. ICN Code , 1973 . 38. Marsha D. M. Fowler , Ethics and Nursing , 1893–1984 : The Ideal of Service , The Reality of History , Ph . D. Thesis ( Los Angeles : University of Southern ...

Author: Samantha Mei-che Pang

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004493506

Category: Medical

Page: 280

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This book follows two lines of inquiry in understanding nursing ethics in the historical-cultural context of modern China. Firstly, it scrutinizes the prescribed set of moral virtues for nurses in fulfilling their role requirements during different periods of nursing development over the past century. Based on empirical studies, the book, secondly, explores the nurses’ evaluations of their ethical responsibilities in current practice. It carefully examines the particular viewpoints of nurses in their ethical appraisal of nursing practice and patient care situations. Drawing upon traditional ethical outlooks, international norms, and the experiences of nurses as they face difficult care situations, this book concludes with recommendations for improving the quality of nursing in contemporary China.
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Key Concepts and Issues in Nursing Ethics

Key Concepts and Issues in Nursing Ethics

There has been scholarship on ethics as applied to care since the 1800s. Marsha Fowler (2016) points out that, from 1890 to the 1960s, approximately 50 texts were published on nursing ethics. Many of these were written by nurses but ...

Author: P. Anne Scott

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319492506

Category: Medical

Page: 221

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Short case studies, based on real stories from the health care arena, ensure that each chapter of this book is rooted in descriptions of nursing practise that are grounded, salient narratives of nursing care. The reader is assisted to explore the ethical dimension of nursing practice: what it is and how it can be portrayed, discussed, and analysed within a variety of practice and theoretical contexts. One of the unique contributions of this book is to consider nursing not only in the context of the individual nurse – patient relationship but also as a social good that is of necessity limited, due to the ultimate limits on the nursing and health care resource. This book will help the reader consider what good nursing looks like, both within the context of limitations on resources and under conditions of scarcity. Indeed, any discussion of ethical issues in nursing should be well grounded in a conceptualisation of nursing that nursing students and practising nursing can recognise, accept and engage with. Nursing, like medicine, social work and teaching has a clear moral aim – to do good. In the case of nursing to do good for the patient. However it is vital that in the pressurised, constrained health service of the 21st century, we help nurses explore what this might mean for nursing practice and what can reasonably be expected of the individual nurse in terms of good nursing care.
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Nursing Ethics and Professional Responsibility in Advanced Practice

Nursing Ethics and Professional Responsibility in Advanced Practice

involved in the situation given previously, nursing ethics is her professional responsibility to recognize the ethical nature of the problem while trying to minimize possible harms and maximize patient good using available resources and ...

Author: Pamela J. Grace

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 9780763751104

Category: Law

Page: 428

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Nursing Ethics and Professional Responsibility in Advanced Practice equips healthcare professionals with the tools they need to address the ethically complex issues they face in daily practice- both across specialty areas as well as within an area of specialty practice. This unique and comprehensive resource provides a philosophical base for professional responsibility, it explains complex ethical ideas in accessible terms, and presents contemporary examples from actual practice. The book presents ethical issues across a variety of interests with topics ranging from the nature and source of human rights, social justice, human subjects research, acute care practice, and primary care to contemporary content in gerontology and end-of-life care.
Categories: Law

Ethics for Nursing and Healthcare Practice

Ethics for Nursing and Healthcare Practice

Visit www.sagepub.co.uk/melia for free access to the following articles: Begley, A. (2005) 'Practising virtue: a challenge to the view that a virtue centred approach to ethics lacks practical content', Nursing Ethics, 12(6): 622–37.

Author: Kath M Melia

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446296783

Category: Medical

Page: 168

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Kath Melia's new book on ethics works in the gap between nursing theory and practice. The chapters tackle the main theories which form the discussion on ethics, and include practical case examples, which bring these theories into the clinical context. These classic and everyday cases challenge the reader to critically reflect on his/her own experiences and outlook.
Categories: Medical