The Attitudes of Nurses and Third and Fourth Year Nursing Students Who Deal With Ethical Issues
Nursing Ethics. 1996 Mar; 3(1): 27-37.
Ethical attitudes towards pregnant women were examined by using a questionnaire among 50 nurses, 50 midwives and 100 nursing students (third and fourth years). The main findings show that nurses and students differ in: (1) their knowledge of the Code of Ethics; (2) their protection of patients' rights with regard to secrecy and privacy; and (3) their reporting of mistakes. These findings highlight the need for more serious study of ethics among senior professional nurses.
Attitudes; Autonomy; Childbirth; Codes of Ethics; Confidentiality; Disclosure; Education; Ethics; Females; Gifts; Hospitals; Human Rights; Knowledge; Midwives; Negligence; Nurse Midwives; Nurse Patient Relationship; Nurse's Role; Nurses; Nursing Education; Nursing Ethics; Nursing Students; Organizations; Paternalism; Patient Advocacy; Patient Care; Patients; Patients' Rights; Pregnant Women; Privacy; Professional Organizations; Professional Patient Relationship; Questionnaires; Rights; Reporting; Students; Survey; Values;
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