Ethics - Framework and Strategies for Nurses (ET1701)
Author(s): Patsy Barnes, RN, BA
Pre-Approved for: ACM, CA BRN, Delaware BON, Florida BON, RNs
Credit Hours: 2
This course discusses how the Code of Ethics for Nurses supports nurses in their daily practice. We will present new frameworks, policies, and strategies for ethical analysis and decision-making.
- Describe the four major ethical principles
- Summarize the six steps in the moral decision making model
- Contrast moral, ethical, and legal principles
- Explain the Principal of Double Effect
- Analyze the concept of Moral Distress and its effect on nurses
- Reference how the ANA Code of Ethics for nurses guides the nurse in ethical dilemmas about diversity, conflict of interest, boundary issues, and discrimination.
This course discusses how the Code of Ethics for Nurses supports nurses in their daily practice. In this course, you will discover new frameworks and policies for ethical analysis and decision-making. We will also introduce everyday strategies nurses should use to create ethical work environments.