Ethical Climate in Nursing Practice: The Leader's Role
Shirey, Maria R.
JONA's Healthcare Law, Ethics, and Regulation 2005 April-June; 7(2): 59-67
Clarity in an organization's mission, vision, and values is key to effective management in today's complex healthcare work environment. To clearly articulate mission, vision, and values, employees must experience consistency between what is espoused and what is lived. The purpose of this article is to discuss the nurse leader's role in ensuring congruence between caring missions and caring practices. Ethical principles are discussed as the foundation necessary for creating an ethical climate for nursing practice. Components of ethical climate are presented and strategies to create a positive ethical climate for nursing practice are provided.
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