Flashcards in Professionalism 1 Deck (27):
What not to wear?
Hoodies, big Jewlery, tattoos, long hair tied, perfume, keep makeup simple
Why look at values/ethics in nursing?
Develop sensitivity to ethical dimensions in patient care
What is meant by values?
Guide a persons behaviour based on a set of beliefs
Where do values come from?
How are values formed?
Do values change?
Experiences change our values
Values clarification is a process of?
Reflecting on your own values
Result of values clarification?
Being aware of your own values
Example of values clarification?
Thinking about what values are important to you
How can a nurses individual values affect the quality of the care they give?
Affect the care they provide
beliefs about the worth of something and give direction and meaning to your life
Why are values important?
The influence decisions we make in our life
What are professional values?
Principles that guy decisions/actions in our career
Acquired through nursing code of ethics teachers and experiences
What is critical reflection
Thinking of our experiences and their meaning
What are ethics
Explain why we should do something and what we should do and how we do it
What does the international Council of nurses code of ethics deal with
Accountability responsibility and add advocacy.
violation of the code of ethics can lead to license suspension or revoked
Is the code of ethics set of rules
No it is guidelines and a guides us in our decisions
What is autonomy
What is non-maleficient
What is ethical decision-making and reasoning
Ethical reasoning about the best action
What is the dignity Royal College of nurses act about?
Promoting patient advocacy and preserving dignity