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Ethics in Nursing Student Institution Abstract Nurses encounter moral dilemma in situation where they are supposed to adopt more than one moral obligation or action yet they cannot do both in the same circumstance. In order to comply with one ethical obligation, they will be forced to contravene the other obligation.
Introduction ETHICS IN NURSING A nurse should provide care that respect human right and is sensitive to the values, customs and beliefs of all people (S. Barnun, 2008). They should at all times provide information regarding ethical issues. Nurses should also provide their patients with all the necessary information to enable them have informed consent and have freedom to accept or decline to treatment. The information given to them should be recorded and stored in a confidential manner. Nurses should be sensitive to the importance of social activities in correct concern. Ethics in nursing affects all areas of health profession which include direct care of patients, allocation of resources and finances and staff utilization. Nurses need to first cross examine their values systems in order to determine best approach and procedures to use when dealing with a patient with different values. Nurses have the challenge of dealing with patients whose values differ with theirs. Nurses should protect patients’ rights and interest and they should therefore make decisions which are ethical in all manner. ...
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