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Ethics and Issues in Contemporary Nursing (3RD 08 - Old Edition)by Margaret A. Burkhardt
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Students and professionals alike have utilized this dynamic resource to apply legal and ethical decision making to the complex issues affecting their practice. Now, this highly praised text has been updated to include the latest trends, principles, theories, and models that serve as guides for ethically sound behavior in contemporary nursing care. With real world examples like Hurricane Katrina and the Schiavo case, chapter concepts are naturally applied to the practice setting. Critical thinking examples and exercises challenge you through self-reflection. Considering the complexities created by scientific and technological advances, client diversity, and various practice settings, this text emphasizes the importance of moral action in personal and professional situations.
About the Author
Margaret a. Burkhardt, Ph.D., RN, CS, FNP is currently Director of Healing Matters, Beckley WV, and Family Nurse Practitioner at Gulf Family Practice, Sophia, West Virginia. She has practiced holistic nursing for over twenty years, and is an active memeber of the American Holistic Nurses Association. She has published numerous articles and co-authored two books on spirituality and holistic care.Alvita Nathaniel is a Lecturer at the Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West Virginia University, School of Nursing.
Table of Contents
Part I: Guides for Principled Behavior Chapter 1 Social, Philosophical, and Other Historical Forces Influencing the Development of Nursing Chapter 2 Ethical Theory Chapter 3 Ethical Principles Part II: Development and Practice of Principled Behavior Chapter 4 Values Clarification Chapter 5 Developing Values Chapter 6 Ethical Decision Making Part III: Principled Behavior in the Professional Domain Chapter 7 Legal Issues Chapter 8 Professional Issues Chapter 9 Issues Related to Professional Relationships Chapter 10 Practice Issues Related to Technology Chapter 11 Practice Issues Related to Patient Self-Determination Chapter 12 Scholarship Issues Part IV: Global Issues that Impinge on Nursing Practice Chapter 13 Health Care changes and Challenges Chapter 14 Issues Related to Health Policy Chapter 15 Economic Issues Chapter 16 Social Issues Chapter 17 Gender Issues Chapter 18 Transcultural and Spiritual Issues Part V: The Power to Make a Difference Chapter 19 Empowerment for Nurses Chapter 20 Enabling Patient Empowerment Appendix A: American Nurses Association: Code for Nurses with Interpretive Statements Appendix B: American Hospital Association: A Patient's Bill of Rights Appendix C: Canadian Nurses Association Code of Ethics: An Ethical Basis for Nursing in Canada Appendix D: International Council of Nurses: Code for Nurses
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