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Essay #: 071915
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Even though nurses are dedicated to maintaining the rights of a client, conflicts can occur between the institution’s policies and professional duties. Nurses who provide care for terminally ill patients are frequently faced with the challenges of euthanasia requests. Nurses can be placed in uncomfortable situations when dealing with euthanasia and have to use ethical principles to guide and analyze euthanasia dilemmas. The ethical framework to be used in this paper is Kant’s theory. My position is against the practice of euthanasia by nurses. The purpose of this paper is to support my opposing view of euthanasia with Kant’s theory, ethical principles, nursing standards, codes, values, legal considerations, reflection using my...
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