By understanding one’s own personal values, he or she will become sensitive to the values of others. Values are important in nursing and health care as they strengthen all aspects of professional practice, including decision-making (Baillie & Black, 2015). The key factors influencing values in nursing include professional education, training and
“ PROFESSIONALISM IN THE WORKPLACE” 2 Professionalism is important in all aspects of customer service and the main concept of nursing practice. It includes a desire to learn, self-discipline, accountability, autonomy, advocacy, team collaboration, ethics, and values (Shohani & Zamanzadeh, 2017, p. 345). Acceptance and compassion are the main parts of the safe environment, nurses have to provide to patients. As a new nurse, it 's important to develop good work ethics and treat each individual with dignity and respect (Shohani & Zamanzadeh, 2017, pp. 345-350).
Personal Moral Beliefs and Values: This is taken from module 8.2 of BMN03 of the Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice. This topic deals with the following – values, characteristics, sources and kinds value, values of nursing, value clarification and influence of values. Also moral, foundation of moral competence, comparison of moral and ethics, moral distress, moral beliefs and values in nursing. 8.1 Personal context: Individuals have their own values and personal beliefs which were developed in various stages of life. Nurses should be aware of this and not impose their own ideas on clients, but be ready to embrace the professional values of their
This essay will discuss the core professional values of nursing and how they are important for the delivery of safe, high quality care. Competent and compassionate nursing care of the sick has a long tradition as a valued public service in Ireland. However, several reports, including Lees Cross 2006, Aras Attrachta 2013,2015, Portlaoise 2014, have challenged this position. The core values were reaffirmed in Ireland in 2016 (Department of Health, 2016) These values are identified and agreed as Caring, Compassion, and Commitment they advise basic leadership by guiding each nurse and midwife to deliver safe, effective, high quality holistic care. NMBI (2016) states Values are the imbued rule that guide the activities of nurses and midwifes.
Ethical Decision Making While working with clients, nurses will have many instances when they need to call on nursing ethics to deal with difficult situations. Moral or ethical principles are fundamental values about the way patients should be cared for and treated. These principles include autonomy, justice, fidelity, veracity, beneficence, and nonmaleficence (Zerwekh & Garneau, 2018, p. 420). Nurses who do not follow the Code of Ethics for Nurses could find themselves in legal trouble. They also may face a higher risk of being involved in a situation that could lead to disciplinary charges or malpractice litigation.
Naden (2004) in his study to define components of human dignity indicated braveness, responsibility, respect, commitment, and ethical desires. Wros (2004) reported a significant difference in the ethical value of decision-making among the nurses in two countries. Trailer (2004) claims that respect to the patients has the highest priority among codes of ethics and acts as a basic value to design the nursing ethical codes, which include three main elements of respect, reliability, and
The nurse should participate in the care of baby k .As a nurse, we needs to give a dignified care for the baby and family members. In the nursing code of ethics, Fowler (2015) describe provision 1 as “The nurse in all professional relationship, practice with compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth and uniqueness of every individual, unrestricted by considerations of social and economic status, personal attributes, and the nature of health problems.”(P.1)This nurse code of ethics obliged us to give good care with dignity regardless of age or health condition. In the same manner nurse should participate in full in care of baby
But a care-based ethos does not mean discounting good practices regarding patient health. Even if nursing is a carative rather than a purely curative perspective that works with the needs of the patient, it is still fundamentally grounded in evidence-based medicine. References Botes, A. (2000). A comparison between the ethics of justice and the ethics of care.
Grounded in caring and a commitment to do good, professional responsibilities are reflected in societal expectations (Humphries, & Woods, 2014). Suitably, ethical nursing practice is dominant in Nursing Council of New Zealand (2012 a) competencies and is evident across all four domains. Even so, complex clinical situations that are ethically incongruent or
I value the art of kindness, because sometimes it is not easy to show love to patients who are combative or disrespectful. It is important to empathies with those patients, and search for the underlying cause of their anger in order to restore their spirit. Additionally, my personal values include showing compassionate care to all patients regardless of race, religion, or sexual orientation. As a Christian, it is first and foremost my job to spread the world of Christ to those who do not know him. Therefore, I value the ability to speak to patients about Jesus in times of sickness and