Nursing Ethics: Across the Curriculum and Into Practice

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2005 - Medical - 277 pages
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Based on the concept that compassionate relationships between nurses and patients form a vital element of humanistic nursing, Nursing Ethics: Across the Curriculum and Into Practice provides foundational knowledge about ethics to prepare nursing students for the moral issues they will experience daily. Derived from theoretical foundations, clinical evidence and case study, this text is ideal for nursing students by providing decision-making approaches and models, rationale for decisions, and management of care for various topics. Addressing a wide array of nursing moral issues, this text includes current scholarly literature, related news briefs, and research and legal findings regarding ethical issues.
 

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Contents

CHAPIFR2 Values Relationships and Virtues
29
CHAPIER3 Adult Health Nursing Ethics
53
CHAPIER4 Reproductive Issues and Nursing Ethics
69
HAPIFR5 Nursing Ethics in the Cure of Infants and Children
95
CHAPIER6 Adolescent Nursing Ethics
119
CHAPIER7 Ethics in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
147
CHAPIER8 Ethics in Geriatric and Chronic Illness Nursing
174
Community and Public Health Nursing and leadership Ethics
203
Endoflife Ethical Issues and Nursing
231
109
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APPENDICES
259
INDEX
267
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