Healthcare Issues

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Essay #: 054420
Total text length is 10,337 characters (approximately 7.1 pages).

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Healthcare Issues
Topic 1: Are governments and professional organizations responsible for the issues in nursing practice? Or are nurses the responsible party?
Issues in nursing practice exist not because individual nurses are collectively making bad decisions, but because governments and professional organizations are, via their neglect of certain procedures, failing to live up to their responsibilities. It is unreasonable to expect individual nurses to both handle their ordinary workloads and devote time to thinking through legal, ethical, and vocational issues at the same time. The profession of nursing must see the individual nurse be on autopilot, as it were, because the cognitive load of juggling practical responsibilities while...
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