- Ethics, Nursing
- Nursing ethics
- Churchill Livingstone Elsevier,
- 0443101388 (pbk.) :
- 9780443101380 (pbk.)
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- Previous ed.: 2000.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -377) and indexes.
- INTRODUCTION Ethics in nursing continuity and change PART 1 Cultural issues, methods and approaches to nursing ethics 1. Nursing ethics: historical, cultural and professional perspectives 2. Nursing ethics what do we mean by ethics? PART 2 Socialisation, professionalisation and nursing values 3. Becoming a nurse and member of the profession 4. Power and responsibility in nursing practice and management 5. Professional responsibility and accountability in nursing PART 3 Nursing ethics issues in clinical practice 6. Classical areas of controversy in nursing and biomedical ethics 7. Direct responsibility in nurse/patient relationships 8. Conflicting demands in nursing groups of patients PART 4 Ethics in nursing management, research and teaching 9. Ethics in healthcare management: research, evaluation and performance management 10. The political ethics of healthcare: health policies and resource allocation 11. Corporate ethics in healthcare: strategic planning and ethical policy development PART 5 Ethical decision-making and moral theory 12. Making moral decisions and being able to justify our actions 13. The relevance of moral theory: justifying our ethical policies
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