Nursing Training and Support in Hospital and Clinical Settings A Psychological and Ethical/Moral Argument for the Right of Minors to Receive Abortions This nursing study will examine the important debate about the right of minors to receive abortions without the consent of their parents in cases of rape and other extreme situations. In nursing practice, the moral issue of complying with minors receiving such treatment defines the moral and stress related factors that define the importance of preserving this right under such circumstances. While the counterargument against abortions defines the dangers of birthing for minors (and for future impregnations), the choice of the minor to receive the process often overrides the often-extreme...The end:
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