Situation Involving a Moral Dilemma and its Resolution

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Essay #: 052437
Total text length is 13,843 characters (approximately 9.5 pages).

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Situation Involving a Moral Dilemma and its Resolution
Situation 7
Introduction
Situation 7 which concerns Judy with multiple sclerosis illustrates how ethics can go very wrong in the present health care system. While nurses are always seeking to achieve beneficence, there are numerous factors emerging from the nursing shortage that also distort beneficence. According to
Halvorsen
and Forde (2008), the main reason that the nursing shortage is becoming worse is because of the constant ethical dilemmas that arise over beneficence and providing quality care. The nursing shortage plays a major role in situation 7. This paper will use the ethical framework provided by the CNO (2008) to identify the core issues in the situation. The stakeholders...
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.....rses of Ontario (CNO) (2009). Practice standard: Professional standards. Accessed June 1, 2009. http://www.cno.org/docs/prac/41006_ProfStds.pdf
College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) (2009). Practice guideline: Consent. Accessed June 2, 2009. http://www.cno.org/docs/policy/41020_consent.pdf
College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) (2008). Practice standard: Ethics. Accessed June 2, 2009. http://www.cno.org/docs/prac/41034_Ethics.pdf
Halvorsen
, K. & Forde, R. (2008). Professional challenges of bedside rationing in intensive care. Nursing Ethics, 15(5), 715-730.
Registered Nurses association of Ontario (RNA) (2006). Nursing best practice guideline: Client centered care. Accessed June 1, 2009. http://www.rnao.org/Storage/15/932_BPG_CCCare_Rev06.pdf