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Values
Standard for decision making. Includes attitudes and beliefs
Attitudes
One's dispositon toward an object or a situation
Beliefs
Ideas that one accepts to be true
Professional Values
Promoting self determination
Doing good
Avoiding Harm
Telling the truth
Respecting privileged information
Keeping promises
Treating people fairly
Respect for human dignity
Five Core Values (American Associatiion of Colleges of Nurses)
Altruism -selflessness
Autonomy
Human Dignity
Integrity
Social Justice
Social Values
Consist of Cultural influence and Socializing Influences
Cultural Influences
World view, cultural value orientation
Socializing Influences
Family, shcool, religion, media, community, peers, life experiences
Ethics
Brance of philosophy dealing with standards of conduct and moral judgement

Based on moral reasoning and reflect sets of values
Health Care Ethics
The application of moral reasoning to all aspects of health care.
Principles of Healthcare Ethics
Beneficence
Nonmaleficence
Respect for Autonomy
Justice
Veracity
Fidelity
Confidentiality
Privacy
Beneficence
Doing or promoting good
Nonmaleficence
Avoid doing harm
Respect for autonomy
right to self determination
Justice
Principle of fairness
Veracity
Teeling the truth
Fidelity
Being faithful to one's commitments
Confidentiality
Keeping information private
Model for Case Analysis
Indications for medial intervientions
-Futility
-Prognosis
-palliative interventions (comfort measures)
-legal interventions

Client Preference
-Informed consent
-Ability to communicate
-Advanced directive
Quality of life
Contextual features
-benefits vs. burdens
Ethical Dilemmas
A situation in which tow or more choices are available

It is diffidulty to detmine which choice is best

avlailable alternatives cannot solve the needs of all those involved

The alternatives have both favorable and unfavorable features
Strategies
-Validate feelings and values
-conduct a case analysis
-idewntify outcomes
-identify short and long term goals
-clarify accountabilities
-resolve reactions
Three primary functions of Ethic Committees
Policy making
Education
Consultation