Nursing Code of Ethics - American Nurses Association
Online Nursing CEU Courses in Ethics and Advocacy
"Viewing caring as a moral ideal, nursing theorists have created conceptual frameworks of caring within the science of nursing...The very nature of nursing requires and reinforces the ethic of caring." (Fry,1988)
To sum up the point, caring is used to demonstrate how virtue ethics can guide the nurse in the practice.
Nursing Ethics: Definitions and Examples of the Code of Ethics
Realizing what your ethical framework consists of- action or outcome based or is it based in your (you as the agent) whole being.
How do these Nursing Concepts affect my practice?
I think the concept of caring defines my nursing practice.
Ethics and Nursing | Value (Ethics) | Morality - Scribd
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Ethical Principles - Nursing Crib
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