Nursing Ethics: Irish Cases and Concerns (2nd Edition)

Dolores Dooley and Joan McCarthy
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Quick Overview

A new edition of this popular textbook, presents a single and interactive approach to nursing ethics using boxes, debate issues and summaries to foster the development of a wide-range of skills and ethical intelligence.

New to this edition :

  • Themes of 'communication as an ethical value' and 'moral distress and moral and ethical space environment' are as integrated concepts and realities that impact on institutional structures and represent personal challenges for staff and hospital structures.
  • Includes a new chapter on moral disagreement and a more interactive chapter on the ethics of nursing research.
  • Provides focus more on themes and includes a professional suggested responsibilities section at the end of chapters.

Considers ethical boxes and concerns of nurses working in an Irish context, relating to Irish Law and the Code of Professional Conduct for Nurses and Midwives. Ethical theories are Addressed throughout the text and presented in a coherent and manner available.

New terms are defined, ethical and legal principles are explained, familiar notions are probed and arguments are evaluated. A glossary of terms to define concepts in each chapter is provided.

Summaries are Provided at the end of each section.

Written for:

  • Undergraduate and postgraduate student nurses
  • Staff nurses enterprise post-registration programs
More Information
ISBN/EAN 9780717149865
Author Dolores Dooley and Joan McCarthy
Publisher Gill Books
Publication date 15 Mar 2012
Format Paperback
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