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A strong personal belief about the worth of a given idea, attitude, custom, or object that sets standards that influence behaviour
Values
Acquired from family, friends, society- change over time in response to experiences- formed through observation, reasoning, experience
Personal Value
Facilitates critical reflection, ethical decision making, moral development, growth as a persona and professional
Clarification of Values
3 steps to clarification of values
Choosing ones beliefs and behaviours
prizing ones beliefs and behavours
Acting/affirming ones beliefs
Making the choice part of ones behaviour, acting with a patten of consistency and repitition
Acting/affirming ones beliefs
From alternatives, choosing freely, considering all alternatives,
Choosing ones beliefs & behaviours
prizing and cherishing the source, publicly affirming the choice
Prizing one's beliefs and behaviours
Shape our attitudes and behaviour, important to know your own values
personal values
perfessionals affirm thei own values but dont impose on others eg./ colleagues, patients
personal values
something we believe to be true
belief
is understanding why we do what we do. making conscious rational decisions
Principle foundation of prefessional behaviour!
List of rules, code of conduct for members of a profession. describes the ideas of values of the profession
Code of ethics
List the 8 compenents of the code of ethics for LPN of BC
safe, competend and ethical care. health and well-being. choice. justice. dignity & respect. confidentiality and privacy. integrity& accountability. quality practice environments.
List the 6 components of S.o.P and competencies for LPN of BC
Responsibility and accountability. knowledge. application of knowledge. ethical and legal practice. provision of service to the public. self-regulation.
has authority to self-regulation and license members. set standards of practice. discipline its members. body that governs LPN
CLPNBC
why to we have standards
public protection. practice regulation. practice issues. guidelines for employers. legal reference. public information
Who sets policies and procedures
emploer sets policys and procedures. nuses must be aware of both. failure to follow these standards can lead to discipline or law suit.
What is professionalism
characteristics: authority to control own work. specialized body of knowledge. extensive period of training. service to public. self-regulation. credentialling. (continuing compitency, create profile, keep current)
professionalism is also an attitude( profesionalism cont'd)
legal enforcement of standards. ethical practice. public acceptance. competent & qualifired. committed to their profession.
high degree of integrity and standards. reliable, honest. hard working. not just because of a tityl
proffesionalism
what is scope of practise
task & duties members of a particular occupation are legally permitted to perform.
LPNs may carry out a nursing activity within their own level of knowledge and expertise under the dired of indirect supervison of a RN of Dr.
scope of practice
LPNs value the ability to provide sfe, competent and ethical care that allows them to fulfull their clinical and profesional obligations to the people they serve.
Safe, competent and ethical care
LPNs value health promotion, wellbeing of clients, coleagues all members of the health care team and themselves. Value assisting persons to acheive their optimum level of health insituations of health, illness,inury, disability and at lifes end
health and wellbeing
LPNs respect and promote self government of patients and help them to affirm their health needs and values and also to have all the appropriate information there is that is applicable to the clients decision making.
Choice
each client has there own individual values and serve as advocates for . LPNs always demonstrate dignity and respect in their professonal prctice.
dignity and respect
LPNs do not share information occured in the health care environment with any outside communication or family. only the person who is legally required.
confidentiality and privacy
LPNs ensure that everyone is treated with fairness and weqity to make sure patiens recieve a share of health services and resources that are specific to the clients needs to promote social justice
Justice
LPNs know and understand the practices which they perform. Integrity is shown by the LPN in proffessionalism to work under the s.o.p in bc which makes them accountable.
Accountable( liable to be called on)
LPNS value and are advocates by working in a health care proffession to provide resources of saftey, support for the client.LPNS respect everyone in the work place.
Quality practice environments
preservation of life, the prevention of illness, alleviation of sufering, and promotion of health and wellness
profession of the health care member: The LPNs commitment
What is the code of coduct intensions
to adhere to moral norms of conduct and to assume an ehthical and profesional commtment, to clients, colleagues and themselves
ethics
refers tot he study of the philosopical ideals of right and wrong behaviour
culutal value
are those adopted as a result of a persons social setting
is the process of appraising ones personal values
values clarification
private, peronsal standards of what is right and wrong based of social mores of customs
morality
refers to the characteristics of reliability and dependability
responsibility
means being able to answer for ones actions
accountability
traditional ethical theory critically examines a situation for the existence of essential rightness or wrongness
deontology
its main emphasis is on the outcome or consequence of action
consequentialism
study of ends or final causes
teleology
specifically adressed issues relevent to health care
bio-ethics
refers to a persons independence
autonomy
means doing or promoting good for others
beneficence
IS THE AVOIDANCE OF HARM OR HURT
non- maleficence
refers to fairness
justice
what is responsibility and accountability
stay under scope of practice, followe dept policy and protocols in health care setting, responsible and held liable for profesional actions, takes responsibility and liable for safe nursing practice
what is knowledge
understands knowledge in, history, evidence, and health sciences, nursing and client care, principles, concepts and differences in client diversity, understands role under health care delivery, the changing in health care trends that may change nursing practice
application of knowledge
assesses or interviews discovering health, critical thinking and notifys patients capability and disability, plans interventions(help), follows through with planned interventions, evaluates outcome \, communication therapeutic communication
provision of service to the public
commitment to service to the public, communicates effectively with health care providers for safety and care of patient, accept other health care providers equally in assigning client care, promotoes therapeutic relationship that enforces right to feelings, emotions, expression of self to achecive best health outcomes
ethical and legal practice
understands and follows by the ethical and legal obligations of the progession
self regulation
a liscence practical nurse is competent and responsible for(current registration and insurance)(emotional wellbeing) (accountability responsibility in self maintenance and fitness to practice
is the active organized, cognitive process used to carefully examine ones thinking and the thinking of others
critical thinking
nurses must think critically, solve provlems and find the best solution to assist the client in maintaining, resoring or improving their health
clinical thinking
critical thinking helps improve
continuous improvement how one addresses problems in client care
-each experience is an opportinuty in focused on excellence in practice
critical thinking
is an active, organized, cognitive process used to carefully examine ones thinking and the thinking of others
intuition
a gut feeling, the direct understanding of a person in a situation without being told
problem solving
constant evaluation of a solution to be sure it is still working
decision making
end point of critical thiknin that one hopes will lead to problem resolution