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This Video Learning Activity will review the evolution of modern nursing ethics through discussing how nurses approach ethically-challenging decisions in their clinical practice. The emergence of moral principles and professional codes will be explored in order to understand the relationship of ethics and law to the everyday clinical environment.

Topics include:

  • The evolution of modern nursing ethics
  • Consequence and duty: their relationship to modern nursing practice
  • The emergence of moral principles
  • Professional codes
  • The relationship between ethics and law
  • An introduction to practical ethics

Target audience:

This VLA will be of interest to all nurses and midwives in all areas of nursing and midwifery practice.






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This Video Learning Activity will emphasise the relationship between disclosure, truth and autonomy, and the use of ethical reasoning as part of a shared decision-making process. The unique relationship between the nurse and patient is discussed, and how this can be especially beneficial when obtaining outcomes that directly promote patient autonomy.

Topics include:

  • The ethical aspects of valid consent
  • The relationship between information and autonomy
  • How nurses employ professional discretion when providing information
  • Withholding the truth: can this be morally justified?
  • Truth, trust and the role of the nurse

Target audience:

This VLA will be of interest to all nurses and midwives at all levels.






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This Video Learning Activity explores the practical application of ethical principles to the everyday clinical environment by reviewing the internal and external ethical frameworks that give rise to the moral obligations of nurses, with a focus on the ethical reasoning that informs whistleblowing.

Topics include:

  • The internal and external ethical frameworks that give rise to the moral obligations of nurses
  • The ethical reasoning that informs whistleblowing
  • Moral courage and the nursing profession
  • The ethical reasoning that informs advocacy
  • Advocacy in practice and why nurses excel at speaking up for those in their care

Target audience:

This VLA will be of interest to all nurses and midwives in all areas of nursing and midwifery practice.






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This Video Learning Activity reviews the importance of capacity and the role of the nurse in the 'social contract' between the health care team and those in their care.​ ​The concept of proxy decision making and substituted judgement will be explored in order to better understand the role of the nurse as an advocate for their patients.

Topics include:

  • Understanding the importance of capacity
  • The social contract between healthcare and those under their care
  • The role of proxy decision makers
  • Decisions made in the best interests of patients
  • Substituted judgement
  • Standards of pure autonomy

Target audience:

This VLA is relevant to nurses and midwives in all areas of professional practice as both the nursing and midwifery professions are committed to ethical decision-making and practice.






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This Video Learning Activity explores the practical application of ethical principles to the everyday clinical environment by showing how nursing occupies a very distinctive ethical position, not just within the contemporary healthcare system, but within the broader culture of our society as a whole.

Topics include:

  • The problems of abstracted ethical theory
  • How nurses make practical use of ethics in healthcare
  • Narrative, and its importance in obtaining outcomes that are meaningful
  • Can nurses be replaced?

Target audience:

This VLA is relevant to nurses and midwives in all areas of professional practice as both the nursing and midwifery professions are committed to ethical decision-making in their practice.






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