Compare and contrast the ANA or ICN Code of Ethics for Nurses Practice Act.How does each one guide the nursing practice?Provide examples to get your point across.
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- Compare and contrast of the International Council of Nurses (ICN) Code of Ethics for Nurses and the American Nurses Association (ANA) Code of Ethics for Nurses
- ANA or ICN Code of ethics for Nurses Practice Act
- THE ICN CODE OF ETHICS FOR NURSES
- Discuss and develop a plan to include a description of moral distress. Include the American Nurses Association (ANA) code of ethics and develop at least two initiatives to address moral distress on a nursing unit
- Compare the pros and cons of continuing nursing education related to the ANA Code of Ethics, and use the comparison to support mandatory continuing nursing education
- he chief executive officer (CEO) of Silver Creek Hospital (SCH), Natasha Beranger, wants to ensure that all of her staff members know the importance of ethics. She has asked you, a member of SCH’s ethics committee, to describe and define ethics. Additionally, Ms. Beranger wants you to define and discuss 1 of the principles of ethics (e.g., autonomy, justice, nonmaleficence, beneficence) and describe a situation in a health care setting that will challenge that principle.
- ANA Code of Ethics
- Outline the process for the development of nursing standards of practice for your state, including discussion of the entities involved in developing the standards of practice and how the standards of practice influence the nursing process for your areas of specialty. Outline the concept of professional accountability as it pertains to nursing. Provide examples of how a nurse demonstrates professional accountability in clinical expertise, the nursing process, and evidence- based practice.
- Compares scope of practice of newly Registered Nurses to that of Registered Nurses (RN), Enrolled Nurses (EN), Assistants in Nursing (AIN) and other Health Care Worker (HCW) roles
- After reading the Kaiser Family Foundation summary on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, state why or why not you believe the act should remain in law, or which pieces should be reversed. Then describe two pieces of the act that you were unaware was part of the act and how that may affect you as a citizen