Reflection on the Ethical Issue in Nursing Practice Nurses often encounter situations that are ethical dilemmas because of conflicts between their moral values and beliefs and the ethical principles involved. The ethical framework described by the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) (2009) provides a guide that can be used in ethical dilemmas to assist the nurse to make the decision that is most beneficial to the client. The purpose of this paper is to discuss a reflection of an ethical dilemma I encountered and the use of the CNO ethical framework to guide my actions. Scenario Mr.G was a 93 year old Caucasian male who had been admitted for pneumonia for the second time in the past month. During the middle of the night his oxygen saturation...The end:
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