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Code of ethics for nurses with interpretive statements.

Author: American Nurses Association.
Publisher: Silver Spring, MD : American Nurses Association, 2008, ©2001.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: American Nurses Association.
ISBN: 9781558101760 1558101764
OCLC Number: 328595350
Notes: "Sixth printing September 2008"--Colophon.
Includes index.
Reprint. Originally published: Washington, D.C. : American Nurses Association, 2001. With index.
Description: 31 p. ; 23 cm
Contents: Provision 1: Respect for human dignity --
Relationships to patients --
The nature of health problems --
The right to self-determination --
Relationships with colleagues and others --
Provision 2: Primacy of the patient's interests --
Conflict of interest for nurses --
Collaboration --
Professional boundaries --
Provision 3: Privacy --
confidentiality --
Protection of participants in research --
Standards and review mechanisms --
Acting on questionable practice --
Addressing impaired practice --
Provision 4: Acceptance of accountability and responsibility --
Accountability for nursing judgment and action --
Responsibility for nursing judgment and action --
Delegation of nursing activities --
Provision 5: Moral self-respect --
Professional growth and maintenance of competence --
Wholeness of character --
Preservation of integrity --
Provision 6: Influence of the environment on moral virtues and values --
Influence of the environment on ethical obligations --
Responsibility for the health care environment --
Provision 7: Advancing the profession through active involvement in nursing and in health care policy --
Advancing the profession by developing, maintaining, and implementing professional standards in clinical, administrative, and educational practice --
Advancing the profession through knowledge development, dissemination, and application to practice --
Provision 8: Health needs and concerns --
Responsibilities to the public --
Provision 9: Assertion of values --
The profession carries out its collective responsibility through professional associations --
Intraprofessional integrity --
Social reform.

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