Nursing, Ethics and Learning Models
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The paper discusses how the evolution of the nursing field requires drastic changes at the educational institution level. The paper relates that, while learning can be attained through class studies, practical learning models are necessary in developing strong nursing candidates. The paper discusses the provisions outlined in the Nursing Code of Ethics and how it can improve the University of Phoenix learning model for health professions.
From the Paper:"The first provision in the Nursing Code of Ethics discusses the ethical responsibility of a nurse toward each patient. The ability to recognize a patient's ailments and have the knowledge to explain basic information regarding patient status and disabilities is of paramount importance. Primarily, nursing requires the utmost respect for human dignity. To take into account the needs, emotions and situations for each patient and to respect the roles of each staff member is something that cannot necessarily be taught within a classroom setting ("Nursing Code of Ethics", 2005 p. 1)."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Code of ethics for nurses. (2005). ANA The Center for Human Rights. Retrieved February 5, 2007, from http://www.nursingworld.org/ethics/code/protected_nwcoe303.htm
- Moorehouse, Anne. (1996). Concepts and Cases in Nursing Ethics. New York: Broadview Press.
- University of Phoenix catalog 2006-2007. (2007). University of Phoenix.
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