Ethical Decision Making in Nursing

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Mosby Year Book, Jan 1, 1991 - Decision making - 313 pages
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Contents

The First Step of Bioethical Decision Making
17
The NursePatient Agreement
27
Contemporary Ethical Standards
39
Copyright

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Gladys L. Husted, RN, MSN, PhD, CNE, is a professor emeritus of nursing at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh. She received a master's in nursing education from the University of Pittsburgh, where she also completed her PhD in curriculum and supervision. She was awarded the title of School of Nursing Distinguished Professor in 1998. She has retired from full-time employment at Duquesne University but continues to teach part-time in the MSN and PhD programs. Her main area of expertise is in bioethics, where she writes, presents workshops, consults, and does research. Her other areas of expertise are in curriculum design, instructional strategies, and theory development. Dr. Husted's website can be accessed atwww.nursing.duq.edu/faculty/husted/index.html

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