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Leadership Exam 1

Nursing Leadership Exam 1

Ethics is a system of standards or moral principles that directs actions as being right or wrong. 
Morals  Concerned with dealing with right or wrong behavior (conduct) and character 
Values   Involve the worth you assign to an idea or an action  Freely chosen and are affected by age, experience, and maturity  Continue to be modified throughout your lifetime, as you acquire new knowledge and experience
Individual autonomy patient’s freedom to choose
Individual rights patient’s rights are limited if they clash with the health professional’s
Ethical and legal responsibilities Patient advocacy  Accountability  Peer reporting
Multidisciplinary team assists with difficult ethical decisions
Patient advocacy The patient needs to be informed of what you will be doing with him or her (e.g., steps of a procedure)