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Professional Moral Compass
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Professional Moral Compass Name Course Instructor’s Name Date Professional Moral Compass Introduction The Chapter 3 reading entitled “To Heal Sometimes, To Comfort Always of the President’s Council on Bioethics discussed the role of medicine both within the doctors and patients perspectives.
A doctor is placed in a critical dilemma in caring for continuing illness or certain deaths. Thus, it is the conflict between meeting one’s obligation to patients and a doctor’s professional responsibility and moral compass that always collide. Using the reading and the questionnaire ‘My Nursing Ethic,” the author’s professional moral compass will be discussed together with the personal, cultural, and spiritual values of worldview and philosophy of nursing, values, morals, and ethics in the context of obligation to nursing practice, and own personal thoughts of morals and ethical dilemmas the author probably may face in the health care field. My Nursing Ethics PASSION: Why am I here? Ever since I was a child, I have this great desire of becoming a nurse and be able to help others who are in need of care. According to Husted & Husted (2008), a passion is any behavior that an entity undergoes through a force external to itself and not as an outcome of any act of self-determination (p. 180). To put it simple, passion occurs when there is intolerable situation of behavior coupled with overwhelming emotion such as love, hatred, joy, grief, desire, aversion, hope, courage, fear, and anger. ...
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