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Qualitative study on ethical behaviors in practice of nursing bachelor students Hiromi AIBARA 1 , Yasuko HOSODA 1 1Osaka Prefectural University, Graduate School of Nursing Keyword: 倫理的行動 , 看護学生 , 看護実践 , 看護倫理 , ethical behavior , nursing students , nursing practice , nursing ethics pp.11-19
Published Date 2020/3/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.7001200096
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 This study aimed to qualitatively examine ethical behavior in nursing practice among nursing bachelor students. Data were collected via semi-structured group interviews, conducted from June to November 2016, and were qualitatively and inductively analyzed. Participants were 10 fourth-year students, 9 practical training instructors, and 7 nursing faculty teachers. Consequently, data of 3 parties, 267 codes, 53 sub categories, 15 categories, and 5 core categories “building mutual relations based on respect,” “protection of patients' rights,” “responsible nursing practice,” “improving nursing practice by team collaboration,” and “learning attitude that is aware of responsibility.” were extracted. Results elucidated that ethical behavior, such as respecting subjects' requirement when deepening relationships with patients, protecting patient privacy, and acting as an advocator, is required of students in nursing practice.


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電子版ISSN 印刷版ISSN 1883-244X 日本看護倫理学会

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