Health care involves ethical complexities that also affect nursing care: How can an ethically correct approach be recognized in borderline moral situations? When are resources being fairly distributed, and what is the relationship between ethics and economic considerations in nursing practice? What is the ethical significance of concepts such as vulnerability and advanced nursing practice? How can nurses in an interprofessional team help shape ethical decision-making? How can ethics be taught, and what are the characteristics of ethically considered nursing research? How should robotics be regarded ethically in everyday nursing care, and what does migration-sensitive nursing ethics look like? This handbook brings together the views of international experts on these and other topics. In three sections on ?Foundations=, ?Clinical and Social Fields of Action= and ?Aspects of Ethics Transfer=, they highlight current debates on the ethics of care. The book=s consistent structure, with goals and transfer questions, makes it possible to go into the topics more deeply in a systematic way. With forewords by Christel Bienstein and Ann Gallagher.
390 Seiten Deutsch / Erscheinungsdatum: 28.04.2020