Ethics in Paediatric Intensive Care
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing. 1995 Feb; 11(1): 36-39.
Although many nurses may not consciously acknowledge the fact, ethical considerations are a vital part of nursing practice. The concept and definition of ethics, and how these may be applied to Paediatric Intensive Care in particular are considered here. Suggested frameworks for addressing ethical dilemmas are examined, as well as the possible conflict between ethics and the law.
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