9780763714260

Nursing Ethics : Holistic Caring Practice

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  • ISBN13:

    9780763714260

  • ISBN10:

    0763714267

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-08-01
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett

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Summary

Nursing Ethics: Holistic Caring Practice explores the moral practice of nursing, asserting that there is an inherent moral sense in nursing practice itself.  This new edition of the book requires one to reconsider what it means to be a nurse.  Rather than someone who merely applies ethical thinking and ethical models of decision making in nursing practice, the nurse is a moral being who is engaged in a moral practice.

Table of Contents

Why Another Nursing Ethics Book?
1(16)
Dialogical Interpretation
4(10)
Study Hints for This Book
14(1)
Study Questions
14(1)
References
15(2)
On Being a Good Nurse
17(12)
Examples of Basic Nursing
17(2)
Integral Nature of Nursing Practice
19(2)
An Outstanding Nurse
21(1)
Example of Trish as an Outstanding Nurse
21(2)
The Moral Sense of Competency
23(1)
Example of CPR
23(1)
From Competency to Excellence
24(1)
Practical Wisdom
25(1)
Example of Nancy and Young Physician Patient
25(1)
Good Nurses, Not ``The Good Nurse''
26(1)
Study Questions
27(1)
References
28(1)
Wholistic and Holistic Care
29(12)
Margie Smith and Mrs. Cooper
29(4)
Wholistic Care
33(1)
The Moral Imperative to Reform Health Care
34(1)
Holistic Care
35(1)
Claire Hastings and Woman with Arthritis
35(4)
Study Questions
39(1)
References
39(2)
Caring Presence
41(26)
Buber: Personal Relations
43(1)
Example of Sarah
43(3)
I-It (Thou) Relatinships
46(1)
Triadic Dialogue
47(1)
Noddings: Caring
48(2)
Natural Caring in the Ethical
50(1)
Conflicting Moral Desires and Limited Time
51(1)
Caring in Practice
52(3)
Zaner: Caring Response to Presence
55(1)
Reflexive Presence to the Lived Body
55(1)
Example of Sam
56(1)
Vivid Presence
57(1)
Nurse Extern Example
58(1)
Barbara Ball and Mrs. Frazier
58(2)
Co-Presence
60(1)
Concluding Exemplar: Midori and Beverly
61(2)
Study Questions
63(1)
References
64(3)
Called to Care
67(18)
Being Called to Care: Peggy Chinn
67(2)
The ``Of Course'' Response to Calls to Care
69(1)
Pellegrino: The Call of Profession
70(1)
James: Concrete Calling
71(1)
Jesus: Called by the Plight of the Neighbor
72(1)
Werner Marx: Called by Compassion
73(2)
Example of Nurse with Dying Woman
75(1)
Taylor: The Call to Authenticity
75(6)
The Integral Calling of Compassion and Authenticity
81(1)
Study Questions
82(1)
References
83(2)
The Ethical in Holistic Practice
85(18)
Zaner's Clinical Ethics
85(1)
Zaner's Requirements for Clinical Ethics
86(1)
Example of Tom and Zaner
87(5)
Example of Lara and Robin
92(3)
Example of Barbara and Her Patient
95(1)
Example of Mr. Jones and Mary
96(2)
Ethics in Holistic Care
98(2)
Study Questions
100(1)
References
101(2)
Reflexive Dialogue on Ethics and Nursing
103(20)
Reflexive Dialogue
105(1)
On Being a Good Nurse
106(1)
Wholistic and Holistic Care
107(4)
Caring Presence: Midori and Beverly
111(1)
Called to Care
112(4)
An Ethics of Practice
116(3)
Concluding Dialogue
119(1)
Study Questions
120(1)
References
121(2)
Appendix 123(10)
Index 133

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