This case relates to the ethics, which refers to application of values and moral rules to human activities. In order to determine whether the nurse was acting morally, there is a need to focus on the subsection of ethics, which are a part of applied ethics and the use of ethical principles in making a decision. In this case, ethics can be applied in seeking reasoned, consistent and defensible solutions to moral issues; thus, the Clinical bioethical reasoning is the primary base of the case. Moreover, the clinical practice depends of the general rules and case-based experiences, bioethical reasoning that relies on learned and accepted moral rules. Therefore, bioethical decisions are derived from manifestation and recognition of factors in a certain situation, which differentiates the cases. In the case, nurse L decided to share the information with the patient concerning the alternative therapies, but this was against the bioethical rules in the hospital. Therefore, nurse L was not morally correct because she fail to apply the Clinical bioethical reasoning by focusing on the rules as she made the decision of disclosing to the patient about alternative therapies. In this situation, nurse L was not obligated to make patient-centered, value-driven ethical decision; instead, she should have focused on the bioethical reasoning in relation to the morally accepted rules in the hospital.
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