In this essay by using a provided case study I will discuss values and ethics within the healthcare profession. Values impact on how people live their lives and what they consider is right or wrong. Values are unique to a person they are crucial and become principles we follow for situations in our lives. Viktor Frankl believes we “discover meaning and values through the experience of our own and others suffering” (Frankl, 1978). The Nursing profession has a Nursing and Midwifery code to which they must adhere The NMC Code reflects the world of life and work today, and the changing roles and expectations of nurses and midwives.
INTRODUCTION This contextual project work is from block 2 course titled “Research and Nursing research.” It entails 10 concepts from which personal, social job application, and recent researches. CONCEPT 1 This concept is from block 2 course, module 2.3 “Ethics in research”.
Equally important is being ethical. My preferred ethical lens from the Ethical Lens Inventory is the relationship lens. This was no surprise to me because being fair and assuring justice for all has always been a part of me. The blind spot of the relationship lens is overconfidence in process. My personal ethics influence my decision making every day from ensuring the delivery guy gets a fair tip to finding money on the street and spending(giving) it on someone else that needs it more than I do.
Healthcare ethics involves making well researched and considerate decisions about medical treatments, while taking into consideration a patient's beliefs and wishes regarding all aspects of their health. The healthcare industry has regard for the issues surrounding the welfare of their patients. Doctors, nurses, and other professionals who have the ability to affect a patient's health are all forced to make ethical decisions on a daily basis. I believe the result of ability to pay versus quality of care comes into ethical question in today’s society.
Carl Rogers is one of the most influential psychologists and psychotherapist of the 20th Century. Uses the client-centered or person-centered approach. Rogers’ approach is considered nondirective viewed as a shorter term and more humane, more honest, more viable for most clients than the psychodynamic approach of Freud, it focuses on personal freedom and autonomy (Keurug, 2016). Rogers believed that the client was capable of solving their own problem.
Personal Code of Ethics What exactly are Personal Codes of Ethics? The business dictionary defines ethics as being, “The basic principles and values that govern interactions among individuals.” EMT Code of Ethics Being an Emergency Medical Tech (EMT) there is a code of ethics that all members must abide by.
Being ethical allows a person to morally understand and govern one’s own behavior and the behavior of those in the same community. Unfortunately, in certain unfavorable circumstances, knowing the moral principles and actually following them can cause one to have an internal battle between what is ethically acceptable and how that person’s decision can place them in a pleasant or unpleasant situation. “The Rod of Justice” by Joaquim Maria Machado De Assis and “Kabuliwala” by Jorge both portray stories involving individuals who confront the ethical dilemmas of their time and situations. Damiao in “The Rode of Justice” is faced with the social issues of slavery and an authoritarian society. Similarly, the narrator in “Kabuliwala” is faced with social bonds of Hindu practices such as treatment of widows and arranged marriages for young girls.
Introduction Individuals need attention and expect to be understood and respected in their workplace. They also like to belong to an organization in which honesty, righteousness and trustworthiness is the common culture. To create such a milieu, an ethical leader is required whose actions reflect his/her own ethical capabilities and honesty as well as dignity in all aspects of life. In fact, ethical leadership includes administrative measures through which the dignity and rights of humans are respected and fulfilled. Since ethical leadership plays an important role in creating a healthy work environment and improves organizational and individual outcome[3, 4], it is of great interest in leadership studies.
Introduction Advance practice nurses are role are listed in literature and on the job but the truth is that it does not fall into a perfect world and everything goes as what is on paper. The job description and literature are guidelines for which advance nurses should try and follow the best way they can, but there are many circumstances that do not fall just as the book mention it would. People are not robot so you never can tell how exactly a patient is going to react. However, guidelines are there for a reason.
The aim of this assignment is to describe an ethical dilemma from nursing practice and by using an ethical framework critically analyse the main issues arising from the problem. The essay will discuss the definition of ethics and it will briefly discuss the main theories of ethics. It will examine an ethical dilemma surrounding organ transplantation and it will analyse the conflicts by using the main principles of ethics. Finally, it will give recommendation in relation to ethics and its application to nursing practice. Ethics is a branch of philosophy which is concerned with defining the concepts of right and wrong and the morality of human actions and decisions (Chaloner, 2007).