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Code of ethics for nurses with interpretive statements.

Contributor(s): American Nurses Association [issuing body.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: R2 Digital Library.Publisher: Silver Spring, Maryland : ANA, American Nurses Association, 2015Copyright date: ?2015Description: online resource.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781558105997; 1558105999.Uniform titles: Code of ethics for nurses with interpretive statements (2015) Subject(s): Ethics, Nursing | GuidelineGenre/Form: Electronic booksOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Provision 1. Respect for human dignity ; Relationships with patients ; The nature of health ; The right to self-determination ; Relationships with colleagues and others -- Provision 2. Primacy of the patient's interests ; Conflict of interest for nurses ; Collaboration ; Professional boundaries -- Provision 3. Protection of the rights of privacy and confidentiality ; Protection of human participants in research ; Performance standards and review mechanisms ; Professional responsibility in promoting a culture of safety ; Protection of patient health and safety by acting on questionable practice ; Patient protection and impaired practice -- Provision 4. Authority, accountability, and responsibility ; Accountability for nursing judgments, decisions, and actions ; Responsibility for nursing judgments, decisions, and actions ; Assignment and delegation of nursing activities or tasks -- Provision 5. Duties to self and others ; Promotion of personal health, safety, and well-being ; preservation of wholeness of character ; Preservation of integrity ; Maintenance of competence and continuation of professional growth ; Continuation of personal growth -- Provision 6. The environment and moral virtue ; The environment and ethical obligation ; Responsibility for the healthcare environment -- Provision 7. Contributions through research and scholarly inquiry ; Contributions through developing, maintaining, and implementing professional practice standards ; Contributions through nursing and health policy development -- Provision 8. Health is a universal right ; Collaboration for health, human rights, and health diplomacy ; Obligation to advance health and human rights and reduce disparities ; Collaboration for human rights in complex, extreme, or extraordinary practice settings -- Provision 9. Articulation and assertion of values ; Integrity of the profession ; Integrating social justice ; Social justice in nursing and health policy.
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Includes index.

Previously published: 2010.

Provision 1. Respect for human dignity ; Relationships with patients ; The nature of health ; The right to self-determination ; Relationships with colleagues and others -- Provision 2. Primacy of the patient's interests ; Conflict of interest for nurses ; Collaboration ; Professional boundaries -- Provision 3. Protection of the rights of privacy and confidentiality ; Protection of human participants in research ; Performance standards and review mechanisms ; Professional responsibility in promoting a culture of safety ; Protection of patient health and safety by acting on questionable practice ; Patient protection and impaired practice -- Provision 4. Authority, accountability, and responsibility ; Accountability for nursing judgments, decisions, and actions ; Responsibility for nursing judgments, decisions, and actions ; Assignment and delegation of nursing activities or tasks -- Provision 5. Duties to self and others ; Promotion of personal health, safety, and well-being ; preservation of wholeness of character ; Preservation of integrity ; Maintenance of competence and continuation of professional growth ; Continuation of personal growth -- Provision 6. The environment and moral virtue ; The environment and ethical obligation ; Responsibility for the healthcare environment -- Provision 7. Contributions through research and scholarly inquiry ; Contributions through developing, maintaining, and implementing professional practice standards ; Contributions through nursing and health policy development -- Provision 8. Health is a universal right ; Collaboration for health, human rights, and health diplomacy ; Obligation to advance health and human rights and reduce disparities ; Collaboration for human rights in complex, extreme, or extraordinary practice settings -- Provision 9. Articulation and assertion of values ; Integrity of the profession ; Integrating social justice ; Social justice in nursing and health policy.

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