Ethical Principles In Nursing Practice

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CONCEPTS 5: ETHICAL PRINCIPLES This concept is taken from module 3 of block 6 entitled “ethical Issues in Nursing Practice’’ 5.1 Significance of the Concept Business Dictionary.Com (2016) Defines ethical principles as principles that when followed, promote values such as trust, good behaviour, fairness and/or kindness. Ethical principles are very important especially in the workplace such as clinics and hospitals-when employees have no ethical principles to follow in the workplace they make decisions based on their own values. However, varying values can create discord on the work place, so, management needs ethical principles to set standards for employees. Regardless of individual value ethical principles in the workplace set common workplace…show more content…
Applying for a teaching certificate with false information or lying about meeting the requirements to renew the certificate can lead to a loss of teaching privileges. In addition to qualifications, I must practice ethical behaviour when it comes to reporting grades and handling assessments. Misrepresenting grades or altering student responses on assessments can lead to criminal charges and the loss of a job. In the school, is a teacher, I must collaborate with administrators, fellow teachers and other employees in order to provide a safe and positive learning experience for students. I must follow the direction of administrators, fellow teachers and other employees in order to provide a safe and positive learning experience for students. I must follow the direction of administrators even if rules or expectations seems unreasonable, in order to avoid undermining and administrators authority and to set a positive example for students. When disagreements arise between me and my colleagues, I must handle the disagreement in private and refrain from talking negatively about colleagues in front of students. Aside from colleagues as a teacher, I have a responsibility to interact positively with parents and other stakeholders in a child’s education. Contact with parents must be kept professional free…show more content…
It may take the form of a law or a non-binding declaration. Typically a patient’s bill of rights guarantees patients information, fair treatment, and autonomy over medical decisions, among other rights. Patients’ bill of rights is of very significance as it help patients feel more confident in the health care system. It help patients feel more confident in the health care system. It help to stress the importance of a strong relationship between patients and their health care providers. It also stresses the key role patients play in staying health by laying out rights and responsibilities for all patients and health care
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