You are invited to a community visit with a regular customer.
The Client offers $300 cash and advises that you put it in your pocket to buy something special.
Please outline a process for examining and reflecting on the various aspects of this ethical dilemma.
In your answer, please discuss the main ethical principles such integrity and veracity.
Also, you will need to reference your codes of professional ethics and standards for practice and code o of ethics.2.
The phrase “nursing theories” can help you to explain what you think.3.
Check out the ANMC Competencies to Enrolled Nursing Staff.
Analyse these competencies to learn more about the EN.
This activity gives you an insight into the practice of two professionals.
Answer each question below.
This could be formatted with an interview style answer, or a table.a.
What role does an Enrolled Nurse play?b.
How is your role different from an RN’s?
c. What parts of the two roles are similar?4.
How can patients gain access to information about their health and improve their overall health?5.
Discuss your knowledge of the roles and functions of industrial and professional organizations relevant to Enrolled nurse Practice.
Describe each organisation’s function.
Write down the names of the organisations in the list.ANMC Australian Nursing Midwifery CouncilAHPRA Australian Health Practitioner Regulation AgencyJBI Joanne Briggs InstituteACHS Australian Council on Healthcare StandardsQNU Queensland Nurses U
Answer to Question: HLTEN401B Work In The Nursing Profession
For nurses, the ethical dilemma of a patient offering cash gifts or tips can be embarrassing.
Acceptance of cash gifts or tips is not encouraged by most codes of ethical because it can lead to limitations. (Zahedi, et al., 2013).
The patient may view it as a way to express appreciation, gratitude, and respect.
From the nurse’s point of view, accepting gifts is not reasonable or acceptable.
It is also possible that someone from Asian cultures might be offended if the gift is not accepted.
Sometimes it might be necessary for us to make an individual judgement.
Sometimes, the care recipient may be a young child and might not understand the professional or ethical implications of refusing gifts.
The nurse should not lose sight of the end goal of providing care and not harming the patient’s emotions and will accept a small gift, but only if it is necessary.
Acceptance of cash gifts, however, will violate ethics rules.
Accepting $300 cash gifts is certainly not ethical.2.
Nursing students may find it difficult to remember the names or the theories they presented.
The following are examples of theories and theorists:
Dorothea E. Orem Selfcare Theory
Virginia Henderson Need Theory
Hildegard Peplau Interpersonal theoryMadeleine Leininger Transcultural Nursing
Nursing education is founded on these and other theories from the top nurses.
Most of what we learn in nursing and the way we practice it in the future are based upon the theories of the theorists.
Based on the theories and guidelines of great nurses, we can develop a work ethic that guides us in caring for patients.
The lighthouses of nursing knowledge they have gained from their work experience are now our guiding principles. We will build our professional careers around these principles (Olin 2011).
3. a. An enrollednurse supports a registered nurse.
One of the many roles that an enrolled nurse may play is:
– Assessing the patient and communicating with RN regarding patient’s health
– To monitor the effects of nursing care
– Assessment of patient’s physical and mental health
– Support and comfort the patient
– Assisting patients with their daily activities
b. A registered nurse holds a Bachelor’s degree and an EN a diploma.
An EN has less responsibility, while an RN is responsible for more.
An EN is more responsible than an EN.
c. Both EN and RN play the caregiving role.
Both are trained in nursing and can administer medication to patients.4.
The government considers health a top priority. The website https://www.health.gov.au/ is treasure trove of information about all health disorders.
This website allows users to search for information on any health condition they may have.
Remote areas in Australia are harder to reach as they have larger populations that are more susceptible to injuries and diseases.
For people who live in areas that are difficult to reach, the medical specialist outreach program was created.
The National Rural and Remote Health Infrastructure Program enables remote people to access health care by providing financial assistance.
Further information is available at firstname.lastname@example.org and 1800 780 939. The Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia offers a 24 hour emergency service and can be accessed at www.flyingdoctor.org.au or contacted on 02 8259 8100.
Rural Women’s GP Service enables female general practitioners and nurses to travel to areas that are difficult to reach for medical care.
They can be reached at 02 829 8100.5.
Nurses practice in demanding environments that require high levels of professionalism.
The legislation and regulatory bodies provide the necessary framework for practicing nursing.
Many issues are dealt with by professional nursing bodies.
The professional bodies deal with issues that improve the conditions of work and maintenance.
Although nursing colleges are managed by professional bodies, industrial bodies oversee the management of workplace representation, negotiation for salaries, and the maintenance of good working conditions.
ANMC ANMC (Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council) is a professional organization that serves a coordinating function at the national and regulatory level for Australian nurses.
The council is made up of members from each territory and state, and two members are elected by the public.
Competency standards are for nursing that give accreditation to courses that teach it. The framework also sets the rules for professional ethics and discipline.
ACHPRA is the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. It supports the 14 professions of health and regulates them using a single, nationally consistent law (“Who We Are”).
The Joanne Briggs Institute, an international non-profit institution, is called JBI.
The Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Adelaide is responsible for conducting research at the institute.
It is a professional organization that works with 70 organizations across the globe to promote effective healthcare practices (Institute, 2011).
Australian Council on Healthcare Standards, (ACHS), is another not for profit organisation.
It has members from both the government and consumers.
The council is a provider of assessment for health care.
It is comprised of all stakeholders from the government to the healthcare industry, consumers, and maintains health standards.
It is a professional association.
The Queensland Nursing Union represents the industrial interests of its members and is an industrial body.
It works for the nurses, midwives and patients it serves.
Accreditation Standards for Nursing and Midwifery Courses Leading towards Registration, Enrolment and Endorsement in Australia. With Evidence Guide (2009-02). Retrieved from https://www.anmac.org.au.
Categories of Nurses Australia (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.nurseinaustralia.com.Institute, J. B. (2011).
The Joanna Briggs Institute best practice information sheet: music as an intervention within hospitals
Nursing and Health Sciences. 13(1), 99–102.Olin, J.
(2011 September 12). 7-nursing-theories-to-practice-by/. Retrieved from https://www.rncentral.com: https://www.rncentral.com/blog/2011/7-nursing-theories-to-practice-by/Ryan, D. (2009, February).
Enrolled Nurse.pdf. Retrieved from https://www.anmac.org.au.
Who We are (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.ahpra.gov.au.Zahedi, F., Sanjari, M., Aala, M., Peymani, M., Aramesh, K., Parsapour, A., . . . Dastgerdi, M. (2013).
The Code of Ethics for Nurses.
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