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Discusses the incidence and prevalence of malpractice in the United States. Describes each of the elements of malpractice and how nurses can avoid the common pitfalls associated with them. Legal nurse Consultant Tracey Albee is interviewed to provide practical and forensic information.
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Ethical Issues in Nursing: Introduction
INTRODUCTION: Concepts, Values and Decision Making
Ethics are at the core of professional nursing practice. This program provides a solid introduction to the fundamental ethical terms and concepts that students and nurses need to know. Through scenarios and expert interviews, it clearly defines justice, fidelity, autonomy, moral distress, and other important concepts in ethical practice. Video also explores the vital role that personal values play in ethical situations and how to best understand and address value conflicts. Program discusses the importance of nurse self-regard and some of the key steps to sound ethical decision making.
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Ethical Issues in Nursing Series
This series discusses the role of standardized codes of ethics and the impact of legislation on today’s healthcare provider. The viewer will become familiar with the growing role of the Bioethics Committee, as well as the guidelines for maintenance of appropriate patient-provider boundaries. Whistle-blowing is also discussed.
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Ethical Issues in Nursing: Respect
The focus of this program is the first provision of the American Nurses Association (ANA) Code of Ethics which states, “…practices with compasiion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth, and uniqueness of every individual, unrestricted by considerations of social or economic status, personal attributes, or the nature of health problems.” Short scenarios and commentary from healthcare providers demonstrate key points.