Selected fundamental questions in nursing ethics and possible answers that need debate Anne J. Davis 1,2 1University of California, San Francisco USA 2Nagano College of Nursing 3School of Nursing, Saku University Keyword: 看護倫理 , 意思決定の枠組み , 倫理的能力 , nursing ethics , decision framework , ethical competency pp.3-10
Published Date 2011/2/10
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.7001100041
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This paper addresses several basic questions about nursing ethics that need discussion in Japan and elsewhere. They are: (1) What do we mean when we say: ethics in nursing? (2) What are some of the benefits and problems with using a problem solving framework in nursing ethics? (3) What is meant by the concept, nursing ethical competency? Some of this content here is agreed on by most nurse ethicists but some represents my opinion based on my years of experience as a teacher of nursing ethics and from leading Clinical Ethics Rounds with clinical nurses in health care facilities.

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