#NursingEthics Chat

May 14, 2014

#NursingEthics Twitter Chat: June 3, 2014 (Storified)

#NursingEthics Respect, Dignity, Trust Twitter Chat: June 17, 2014 (Storified)

#NursingEthics Quality & Safety Chat: July 1, 2014 (via Healthcare tweet chats)

#NursingEthics Justice and Access to Care Chat: July 15, 2014 (via Healthcare tweet chats)

#NursingEthics Goals and Preferences at the End of Life Chat: July 29, 2014 (Storified)

#NursingEthics Risk and Responsibility in an Age of Ebola: August 12, 2014 (via Healthcare tweet chats)


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2 Responses to “#NursingEthics Chat”

  1. Stacey Crane says:

    I would add to Dr. Rushton’s comment in answer to Q1 not only aggressive technology but aggressive therapies. How can we as nurses better ensure that patients at end of life don’t suffer due to futile interventions?

  2. I think all of the factors you mention contribute to our silence. Increasingly health care environments have become riddled with fear and betrayal. It is time for us to consider what an ethical practice environment would entail and how we can shift from victimization to empowerment and from fear to courageous action. We need to move from talking about our values to living them! — Cynda Rushton

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