9780763747350

Nursing Ethics : Across the Curriculum and Into Practice

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    9780763747350

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    0763747351

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-02-28
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett

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Spanning the nursing curriculum, Nursing Ethics: Across the Curriculum and Into Practice is derived from theoretical foundations, clinical evidence and case study. Based on the concept that compassionate relationships between nurses and patients form a vital element of humanistic nursing, this text provides foundational knowledge about ethics and decision-making strategies to prepare nurses for the moral issues they experience daily. Nursing Ethics includes decision-making approaches and models, rationale for decisions, and management of care for various topics. Instructor's Resources Now Available! (Click on Supplements on the left-hand-menu to view.)

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Introduction to Nursing Ethics
1(28)
Janie B. Butts
Karen L. Rich
Summary of Key Concepts
1(1)
A Kaleidoscope of Ethics and Morality
2(4)
Morality and the Ethical Way
2(2)
Philosophical Approaches to Morality and Ethics
4(1)
Bioethics
5(1)
Nursing Ethics
5(1)
Ethical Theories and Other Approaches
6(5)
Ethical Theories
7(3)
Other Approaches
10(1)
Ethical Principles
11(3)
Autonomy
12(1)
Beneficence
12(1)
Nonmaleficence
13(1)
Justice
13(1)
Social Justice
14(2)
Definition of Social Justice
14(1)
Theories of Social Justice
15(1)
Ethical Dilemmas
16(1)
Slippery Slope Argument
16(1)
Ethical Analysis in Nursing
17(3)
The Nurse as Part of the Health Care Team
17(1)
Four Topics Ethical Analysis Approach
18(2)
Developing Savvy in Internet Ethics
20(5)
Practical Strategies for Internet Ethics
20(2)
Nursing and Health Information on the Internet
22(3)
Case Study: Benefit or Burden---How Much Is Too Much?
25(1)
Case Study Critical Thinking Questions
26(1)
References
26(3)
Values, Relationships, and Virtues
29(24)
Karen L. Rich
Janie B. Butts
Summary of Key Concepts
29(1)
Values and Moral Reasoning
30(9)
Two Ethical Perspectives
30(1)
Fact/Value Distinction
31(1)
Historical/Cultural Periods
32(2)
The Justice versus Care Debate
34(1)
Professional Ethical Codes
35(4)
Relationships
39(5)
Moral Suffering in Nursing
39(1)
Nurse-Physician Relationships
40(1)
Nurse-Patient-Family Relationships
41(2)
Nurse-Nurse Relationships
43(1)
Narrative Ethics
44(1)
Virtues
44(5)
Historical Influences and Tradition
45(1)
Aristotle and the Virtues
45(1)
Buddhist Ethics and Virtues
46(1)
A Virtue-Based Nursing Model
46(3)
Case Study: Jill Becomes Disheartened
49(1)
Case Study Critical Thinking Questions
50(1)
References
50(3)
Adult Health Nursing Ethics
53(16)
Janie B. Butts
Summary of Key Concepts
53(1)
Moral Integrity
54(4)
Honesty in Nursing
54(1)
Telling the Truth in Nursing
55(3)
Organ Transplantation
58(6)
Organ Procurement
59(2)
Death and the Dead Donor Rule
61(2)
Non-Heart-Beating Donors
63(1)
Social Justice and Organ Transplantation
63(1)
Management of Care
64(2)
The Family
65(1)
The Nurse
65(1)
Case Study: Who Will Receive the Liver?
66(1)
Case Study Critical Thinking Questions
66(1)
References
67(2)
Reproductive Issues and Nursing Ethics
69(26)
Janie B. Butts
Summary of Key Concepts
70(1)
The Maternal-Infant Ethical Kaleidoscope
70(1)
Reproductive Rights
71(1)
Moral Standing of Humans
72(1)
Abortion
73(5)
The Central Ethical Dilemma
73(5)
Ethical Issues of Reproductive Technology
78(6)
Other Reproductive Services
84(5)
Genetic Screening and Testing
84(2)
HIV Testing
86(1)
Postpartum Depression
87(2)
Management of Care
89(2)
Case Study: Partial-Birth Abortion (Incision, Dilation, and Extraction)
91(1)
Case Study Critical Thinking Questions
91(1)
References
92(3)
Nursing Ethics in the Care of Infants and Children
95(24)
Karen L. Rich
Summary of Key Concepts
95(1)
Mothering
96(1)
Foundations of Trust
97(2)
Infant Screening
99(2)
Immunizations
101(1)
Child Abuse
102(3)
Corporal Punishment
103(1)
Maternal Substance Abuse
104(1)
Refusal of Treatment
105(1)
Mental Illnesses and Children
106(2)
Quality of Life
108(1)
Withholding and Withdrawing Treatment
109(5)
1984: Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act Amendments
109(4)
1993: In the Matter of Baby ``K''
113(1)
Management of Care
114(1)
Case Study: To Feed or Not to Feed?
115(1)
Case Study Critical Thinking Questions
115(1)
References
116(3)
Adolescent Nursing Ethics
119(28)
Janie B. Butts
Summary of Key Concepts
119(1)
The Age of Adolescence
120(4)
Risk-Taking Behaviors
121(3)
Central Ethical Issues at a Glance
124(1)
Adolescent Relationships and Ethical Issues
124(7)
Ethical Dilemmas Involving Prevention Education
126(5)
Confidentiality, Privacy, and Trust
131(4)
Trust-Privacy-Confidentiality Dilemma
132(1)
Consent Dilemma
133(2)
Health Issues that Trigger Ethical Concerns
135(3)
Depression and Suicidal Ideation
135(1)
Alcohol and Other Drugs
136(1)
Sexual Abuse
136(1)
Eating Disorders
137(1)
Facing Death
138(2)
Losing a Loved One
138(1)
Adolescents Facing Their Own Death
139(1)
Management of Care
140(2)
Trustworthiness
140(1)
Genuineness
140(1)
Compassion
141(1)
Honesty
141(1)
Spiritual Considerations
141(1)
Case Study: An Adolescent Couple with HIV
142(1)
Case Study Critical Thinking Questions
143(1)
References
143(4)
Ethics in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
147(28)
Karen L. Rich
Summary of Key Concepts
147(1)
Characteristics of Psychiatric Nursing
148(1)
A Value-Laden Specialty
149(2)
Mental Health: A Specialty in Crisis?
151(1)
Ethical Implications of Diagnosis
152(2)
Stigma
154(3)
Borderline Personality Disorder
157(1)
Boundaries
158(2)
Whose Needs Are Being Served?
160(1)
Privacy, Confidentiality, and Privileged Communication
161(2)
Privacy
161(1)
Confidentiality
162(1)
Privileged Communication
162(1)
Decisional Capacity
163(2)
Statutory Authority to Treat
163(1)
Competence and Informed Consent
164(1)
Management of Care
165(4)
Humanistic Nursing
165(3)
Reducing Stigma
168(1)
Advocacy
168(1)
Inherent Human Possibilities
169(1)
Case Study: Is There a Duty to Warn?
170(1)
Case Study Critical Thinking Questions
170(1)
References
171(4)
Ethics in Geriatric and Chronic Illness Nursing
175(28)
Karen L. Rich
Summary of Key Concepts
176(1)
Aging in America
176(3)
Life: Meaning and Significance
179(4)
Search for Meaning
180(1)
Updating the Erikson Life Cycle
181(2)
Moral Agency
183(4)
Decisional Capacity
183(1)
Autonomy and Paternalism
184(2)
Vulnerability and Dependence
186(1)
Dementia
186(1)
Virtues Needed by Elders
187(3)
Quality of Life
190(1)
Medicalization
191(2)
Chronic Illness
193(1)
Assessing the Capacity to Remain at Home
194(1)
Long-Term Care
194(2)
Elder Abuse
196(1)
Age-Based Distribution of Health Care
197(1)
Management of Care
198(2)
Case Study: Whose Wishes Should Be Honored?
200(1)
Case Study Critical Thinking Questions
200(1)
References
201(2)
Community and Public Health Nursing and Leadership Ethics
203(28)
Karen L. Rich
Summary of Key Concepts
203(1)
Community Building
204(3)
Communitarian Ethics
207(3)
Moral Imagination
210(2)
Service Learning
212(1)
Servant Leadership
213(3)
Justice
216(2)
Just Generosity
216(2)
Health Disparities
218(2)
Infectious Diseases
220(5)
Ethical Issues and HIV/AIDS
221(3)
Mandatory Treatment of Tuberculosis
224(1)
Management of Care
225(3)
Case Study: Community Building
228(1)
Case Study Critical Thinking Questions
228(1)
References
229(2)
End-of-Life Ethical Issues and Nursing
231(28)
Janie B. Butts
Summary of Key Concepts
231(1)
What Is Death?
232(7)
The Ideal Death
232(2)
Euthanasia
234(2)
Historical Influence on the Definition of Death
236(1)
Definition of Death
237(2)
Advance Directives
239(1)
Deciding for Others
240(1)
Medical Futility
241(1)
Palliative Care
242(2)
Right to Die and Right to Refuse Treatment
243(1)
Withholding and Withdrawing Life-Sustaining Treatment
243(1)
Alleviation of Pain and Suffering in the Dying Patient
243(1)
Terminal Sedation
244(1)
Physician-Assisted Suicide
245(1)
Rational Suicide
246(1)
Uncertain Moral Ground for Nurses
247(3)
Management of Care
250(5)
The Compassionate Nurse with a Dying Patient
250(5)
Case Study: End of Life with Mary Lou Warning
255(1)
Case Study Critical Thinking Questions
255(1)
References
256(3)
APPENDICES
259(8)
Appendix A: American Nurses Association
259(2)
Code of Ethics for Nurses
250(11)
Appendix B: The ICN Code of Ethics for Nurses
261(6)
Index 267

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