Character and Ethical Behavior of Nurses
Dr. Nelda S. Godfrey, PhD, APRN, BC, FAAN
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Godfrey, Nelda S.; Hayes, Tom; Weybrew, Kary; Godsey, Judi Wheatley; Howard, Matthew S. (Sigma Theta Tau International, 2020-07-08)This episode we will be discussing the need for professional identity and brand recognition in nursing when working with the public and other health care professionals. Differences in professionalism and professional ...
Kanaya, Etsuko; Funashima, NaomiThis study was to clarify the relationship between quality of ethical behavior and the attributes of nurse researchers, as well as to discuss future tasks for improving the quality of ethical behavior among nurse researchers.
The Relationship of Conscience and Ethical Climate Among Registered Nurses in the Acute Care Environment Kyzar, Theresa A. (2017-08-08)Although there has been extensive research on factors contributing to moral distress, burnout, and turnover intentions in the nursing profession, there has been limited research on the relationship of conscience and ethical ...
The Relationships between Patients' Perceptions of Nurse Caring Behaviors, Nurses' Perceptions of Nurse Caring Behaviors and Patient Satisfaction in the Emergency Department Bucco, Theresa (2016-03-21)Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015: Background: Approximately 100 million people seek care in Emergency Departments (ED) yearly which can be overwhelming for many Emergency Department nurses. Thus, caring for ...
The Relationship Between Moral Reasoning, the Relationship Dimension of the Social Climate of the Work Environment, and Perception of Realistic Moral Behavior Among Registered Professional Nurses Nokes, Kathleen M.This study investigated the effects of moral reasoning and the work environment on moral behavior of registered professional nurses. One hundred fifty staff nurses employed in one tertiary care facility in Metropolitan New ...