The Importance Of Nursing Values In Nursing

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Register to read the introduction… Nurses are champions in adapting to change and identifying creative measures to help modify their practice, so it is not surprising that they are eager to meet these challenges head on. The assumption has been made that the delegation of physician care to FNPs will lead to better use of resources, however nurses must continue to be mindful of the possible risks and implications that may accompany these demands. Sacrificing nursing values cannot be tolerated. It continues to be a slippery slope as nurses cross the line into a medical role while maintaining a nursing framework. Having a concrete understanding of nursing theory and nursing values will help preserve the nursing identity during the newest healthcare …show more content…
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