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In the modern healthcare system, nurses encounter a spectrum of ethical dilemmas on a daily basis. Our cost-conscious system, oriented toward acute care, continues to produce numerous dilemmas for conscientious practitioners. This book is an in-depth look at the issues and processes that underly ethical decision-making. It is a powerful study of the...
In the modern healthcare system, nurses encounter a spectrum of ethical dilemmas on a daily basis. Our cost-conscious system, oriented toward acute care, continues to produce numerous dilemmas for conscientious practitioners. This book is an in-depth look at the issues and processes that underly ethical decision-making. It is a powerful study of the critical relationship between nursing and ethics. As part of the Nursing Concepts Series, this text takes a probing look at the beginning of life, explores the concerns related to health maintenance throughout the lifespan, and depicts issues related to the end of life care. It will provide nurses with a thoughtful examination of how to explore the ethical dilemmas they encounter in their professional practice. A unique feature of this book is that it will explore the issues of group decision-making in ethical dilemmas and identify ways in which nurses may respond when they do not agree with the decisions made by another healthcare provider or group.
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