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1

What is advocacy?

Protecting and defending what one believes in for both self and others

2

What does advocacy involve?

Helping others to grow and self-actualize

3

Who should nurses advocate for?

Themselves
Clients
Subordinates
Their profession

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Advocates must inform others of their ___ and make sure they have enough ____ to make informed decisions

Rights; information

5

What skills are important for advocacy?

-Risk taking
-Vision
-Self-confidence
-Articulate communication
-Assertiveness

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What values are important for advocacy?

-Caring
-Autonomy
-Respect
-Empowerment

7

Skill or value?

Self-confidence

Skill

8

Skill or value?

Autonomy

Value

9

Skill or value?

Empowerment

Value

10

Skill or value?

Risk taking

Skill

11

Skill or value?

Caring

Value

12

Skill or value?

Vision

Skill

13

Skill or value?

Assertiveness

Skill

14

Skill or value?

Articulate communication

Skill

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Skill or value?

Respect

Value

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Nurses must ensure clients are informed of their ___ and have adequate ___ on which to base health care decisions

Rights; information

17

Nurses medicate on ____

Clients behalf

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What are situations in which nurses may need to advocate (5)?

1. End of life decisions
2. Access to healthcare
3. Protection of client privacy
4. Informed consent
5. Substandard practice

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What does MORAL stand for?

Massage the dilemma
Outline options
Review criteria and resolve
Affirm position and act
Look back; evaluate decision making

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What does Massage the dilemma mean?

Collect data about the ethical problems that result from conflicting obligations

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What does Outline options mean?

ID alternatives, and analyze the causes and consequences of each

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What does Review criteria and resolve mean?

Weigh options against values of those involved in decision (weighting or a grid)

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What does Affirm position and act mean?

Develop the implementation strategy

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What does Look back and evaluate decision making mean?

Evaluate the decision making