Moral Crisis, Professionals and Ethical Education
Nursing Ethics. 1997 Jan; 4(1): 29-38.
Western civilization has probably reached an impasse, expressed as a crisis on all fronts: economic, technological, environmental and political. This is experienced on the cultural level as a moral crisis or an ethical deficit. Somehow, the means we have always assumed as being adequate to the task of achieving human welfare, health and peace, are failing us. Have we lost sight of the primacy of human ends? Governments still push for economic growth and technological advances, but many are now asking: economic growth for what, technology for what? Health care and nursing are caught up in the same inversion of human priorities. Professionals, such as nurses and midwives, need to take on social responsibilities and a collective civic voice, and play their part in a moral regeneration of society. This involves carrying civic rights and duties into the workplace.
Accountability; Aged; Democracy; Economics; Education; Ethics; Health; Health Care; Misconduct; Morality; Midwives; Nurses; Nursing Education; Nursing Ethics; Obligations to Society; Politics; Professional Ethics; Rights; Responsibilities; Social Problems; Technology; Trends; Virtues; Whistleblowing;
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