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Q 1. Nursing is XXXXX
Q 2. Health is XXXX
6) You must name the files according to the part you are answering:
Part 1: Ethics
1. Make a list of all the moral issues presented in this video.
2. According to J. Rachels, what is the core of Ethics?
3. Pick a case where you can accept the practice and:
a. Use Moral Relativism as a tool to support your argument.
4. Pick a case where you cannot accept the practice and:
a. Use Moral Absolutism to support your argument.
Is Morality Relative?
Moral/ethical relativism: Morality can only be judged with respect to particular situations, within the standards of particular belief systems and socio-historical contexts.
Moral anti-realism: Morality cannot be proved with objective moral facts
Cultural relativism is the principle— one’s beliefs and activities should be interpreted in terms of one’s culture.
According to Cultural relativism—It would not be correct to judge one culture’s way of living as better than another as they are all just different and every standard is bound to the particular culture.
Moral Absolutism: The view that there are universal, eternal moral truths for all societies.
Moral Realism: There are true moral statements which report objective moral facts
J. Rachel’s : Human Welfare– Act in such a way that you promote the interest of the person affected by your action, everyone’s interest is given equal weight.
Part 2: Nursing Research
Check File 1 (attached)
1. Make a reflection about Chapter 16 – Internet, Secondary Analysis and Historical Research
2. Make a reflection about Chapter 17 – Intervention
Part 3: Nursing theory
1. Make a reflection about Katharine Kolcaba’s Comfort Theory
2. Make a reflection about Joanne Duffy’s Quality-Caring Model
Part 4: Ethical and Legal Aspect of Nursing Practice
1. Briefly describe a clinical experience that was troubling to you.
2. Reflect on what bothered you about the experience.
3. What could you have done differently?
4. What were the reasons behind your actions?
Part 5: Ethical and Legal Aspect of Nursing Practice
Topic: Unlicensed Assistive Personnel and the Registered Nurse
1. Should UAP be allowed to administer medications, perform IVs, and change sterile dressings?
2. Discuss how the assignment between the UAP and RN be completed?
3. How comfortable are RNs in the role of delegator to UAPs?