ICN Code Of Ethics Case Study

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It is very important for an organization to have a code of ethics because is not only a guidance to how a duty is performed within an organization, but it also specifies the rules and regulations of said organization. Besides, the organization mission and core values, as well as expectation of current and prospective employees. According to the American Medical Association (AMA), their vision is “working to enhance the delivery of care and enable physicians and health teams to partner with patients to achieve better health” (https://www.ama-assn.org/about/our-vision). Some values that I would include in a code of ethics in an organization could be, providing compassionate care, dignity, privacy, exercising patience and kindness, respecting the patient rights. Yes, I believe that these rules are to be different, depending on the type of organization, entity of work, besides, workload and labor. ““The principle of the primacy of patient welfare is based on a dedication to serving the interest of…show more content…
The selected persons could be chosen based on different reasons. Moreover, one reason would be because, everyone job description is specify to his or her skill (study) of health care or medicine. According to the ICN code of ethics for nurses (2012), “Nurses have four fundamental responsibilities: to promote health, to prevent illness, to restore health and to alleviate suffering. The need for nursing is universal” (p. 1). I would not consider including a member of the community to be on the hospital team. Notwithstanding, getting feedback or interviewing patients, families, or members of the community would be of great help to the team in the establishment of different rules and regulations, conversely meeting the national standards of medicines, as well as the patient and

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