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VALUES strongly held personal and professional beliefs about worth and importance. IE: altruism, equality, aesthetics, freedom, human dignity, justice and truth
MORALS fundamental standard of right and wrong. Learn in early childhood
LAWS binding rules of conduct enforced by authority
AUTONOMY right to self determination, making self decisions unless threath to society.
JUSTICE obligation to be fair to all
FIDELITY obligation of a person to be faithful to commitments , support concept of accountability, carry through on promises.
BENEFICIENCE doing good, incorporates actions to promote good, prevent harm or remove the patient from harm.
NONMALEFICENCE do no harm, protecting those who can't protect themselves such as children, unconscious/incompetent pts. IE amputations
VERACITY truthfullness, nurses must be honest not only with pts but also in documentations & communications w collegues
STANDARD OF BEST INTEREST pts unable to make good decision.
Created by: jekjes