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  • 1. CULTURAL ANDETHICAL ISSUES IN MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING
  • 2. CULTURALISSUES IN NURSING
  • 3. CULTURE: Culture represents a uniqueway of percieving,behaving and evaluating the externalenvironment and such provides a blue print for determining values beliefs and practices ( Boyle,2003)
  • 4. CULTURAL VALUES• Cultural values are unique expressions of a particular culture that have been accepted as appropriate over time. They guide actions and decisions making that facilitate self worth and self esteem• (LEININGER,1985)
  • 5. INDIAN CULTURE
  • 6. INDIAN CULTURE RELIGION LANGUAGE SOCIAL STRUCTURE FAMILY STRUCTURE HEALTH BELIEFS DEATH AND DYING DIET AND NUTRITION CULTURAL BELIEFS
  • 7. IMPLICATIONS IN HEALTH CARE•FAMILY DYNAMICSAND STRUCTURE•DIET AND NUTRITION•HEALTH REMEDIES•CULTURAL PRACTICES
  • 8. SOLVINGCULTURAL ISSUES
  • 9. ETHICAL ISSUES INNURSING PRACTICE
  • 10. ETHICAL ISSUES INNURSING PRACTICEClinicalProfessionalPhilosophicalOrganisational and societal
  • 11. Lets discuss the ethicalissues in our context in a different point of view.............????????????
  • 12. PatientEmployerColleaguesPersonal excellenceNursing profession
  • 13. Bioethical issues in medical surgical nursing
  • 14. BIOETHICAL ISSUES D E A T H
  • 15. PLANNING FOR END LIFE ISSUESFutiletreatmentsAdvancedirectivesLiving wills
  • 16. EUTHANASIA
  • 17. EUTHANASIApositivenegative
  • 18. ORGANTRANSPLANTATION
  • 19. F R A M E WO R K F O R ET HI CALD E C I S I O N MA K I N G
  • 20. F R A M E WO R K F O R ET HI CALD E C I S I O N MA K I N GIDENTIFY AND CLARIFY THE ETHICAL PROBLEMGATHER DATAIDENTIFY OPTIONSMAKE A DECISIONACT AND ASSESS
  • 21. RESOURCES AVAILABLE IN ETHICAL DECISION MAKINGAMERICAN NURSES ASSOCIATION(ANA)CODE OF ETHICS FOR NURSES (2001)AMERICAN NURSES ASSOCIATION BILLOF RIGHTS FOR REGISTEREDNURSES(2001)INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF NURSESCODE FOR NURSES
  • 22. RESOURCES AVAILABLE IN ETHICAL DECISION MAKINGThe Patient Care Partnership:Understanding Expectations, Rights, andResponsibilities(American HospitalAssociation)The Nuremberg Code
  • 23. ICN CODE FOR NURSES PEOPLE A PRACTICE N SOCIETY D CO WORKERS PROFESSION