Ethical Dilemmas Faced by the Nursing Disciplinary Committee
Nursing Ethics. 1996 Jun; 3(2): 140-149.
This article presents the complicated ethical dilemmas that arise in the procedures and proceedings of the Nursing Disciplinary Committee, which deals with matters of life and death (e.g. patients' rights to quality and safe care, professional integrity and accountability, and the nurse's future). The article also describes the composition and function of the Committee, the type of case it deliberates, its limitations, and the dilemmas its members may encounter.
Accountability; Case Studies; Competence; Criminal Law; Death; Ethics; Fraud; Government; Government Regulation; Hospitals; Law; Legal Aspects; Life; Misconduct; Negligence; Nurses; Nursing Ethics; Organization and Administration; Patients; Patients' Rights; Professional Competence; Regulation; Review; Review Committees; Rights; Standards;
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