legal and ethical

  1. ehtical principles
    • autonomy
    • benefcience
    • nonmalifence
    • justice
    • fidelity
  2. ANA 5 principles of responsibility
    • advocacy
    • responsibility
    • accountablity
    • confidentiallity
    • social networking
  3. values definition
    personal beleifs that set standards
  4. 3 types of values
    • personal
    • societal
    • professional
  5. learned vs aquired values
    • learned- childhood
    • aquired- chosen as an adult
  6. professional values
    • altruism
    • autonomy
    • human dignity
    • integrity
    • social justice
  7. ethics
    principles or rules that determine right and wrong
  8. types of ethics
    • bioethics-medical and procedural
    • clinical ethics-delivery
    • nursing ethics-5 responsibilities
  9. approach to ethical descisions are
    principle based
  10. priniciple based
    combines elements of utilitarian and denotological theories
  11. deontology
    right or wrong is not based on consequences
  12. utilitarianism
    right or wrong is based on consequeces
  13. professional regulation
    • -ANA
    • -NLN
    • -TJC
  14. legal regulation
    • -BON
    • -NPA
  15. solving an ethical delimma
    • -id delima
    • -get data
    • -eamine for ethical principles
    • -possible solutions
    • -chose solution
    • -evaluate
  16. the most important law affecting your nursing practice
    nurse practice acts
  17. nurse practice acts purpose
    protect the public via BON
  18. standards of nursing for all nurses
    • -knowlage and conformace w/ practice act
    • -BON RULES AND REG
    • -relevant fed, state or local laws
    • -safety
  19. NPA
    • makes rules and reg
    • -licences nurses
    • - protects title of nurse
    • -temp permits
  20. bill of rights for nurses
    developed to aid in improving workplace conditions
  21. criminal law
    • individual and government
    • felony or misdemeanor
  22. civil law
    between individuals
  23. tort law
    duties and rights between individuals not based on contract
  24. examples of torts
    fraud, defamation, assalt, battery, false imprisonment, privacy, neglagence, malpractice
  25. to prove liability for neglagence or malpractice, 4 elements must be proven
    • - duty
    • -breach of duty
    • -causation
    • -damages
  26. controlled substance act
    • opiates
    • depressants
    • stimulants
    • hallucinogens
  27. mandatory reporting laws
    • abuse
    • crime
    • communicable diseases
    • vital statistics
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ChelseaL
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legal and ethical
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legal and ethical
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