Culture and Ethics: A Tool for Analyzing the Effects of Biases on the Nurse-Patient Relationship
Greipp, Mary Elizabeth
Nursing Ethics. 1995 Sep; 2(3): 211-221.
For most nurses world-wide, activities are centred around working directly with patients and so the nurse-patient relationship is of the greatest importance. Ethnocentrism on the part of the health care community has led to misdiagnosis, mistreatment and undertreatment of culturally diverse individuals world-wide. This author discusses a tool, Greipp's Model of Ethical Decision-Making, which can be used to assist nurses in analysing the effects of culture, beliefs and diversity upon the caregiver and care recipient within an ethical framework.
Caring; Competence; Cultural Pluralism; Culture; Decision Making; Education; Ethical Analysis; Ethical Theory; Ethics; Health; Health Care; Justice; Minority Groups; Nurses; Nursing Education; Nursing Ethics; Patient Care; Patients; Professional Competence; Professional Patient Relationship; Values; Theoretical Models;
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