Moral Distress and You: Supporting Ethical Practice and Moral Resilience in Nursing
Call Number: WY 85 R954 2015
As a nurse, you must know how to recognize and effectively address situations that create moral distress. Arming yourself with the knowledge, skills and tools to effectively support moral environment and resilience can help you overcome issues of moral distress and enable you to provide better patient care.
Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements
Call Number: WY 85 A512c 2015
Completely updated Code of Ethics for Nurses. This book is the definitive framework for ethical analysis and decision-making for RNs across all practice levels, roles and settings. The Code was developed as a guide for carrying out nursing responsibilities in a manner consistent with quality in nursing care and the ethical obligations of the profession.
Code of Medical Ethics of the American Medical Association
Call Number: W 50 A512c 2014-15
For 167 years, the Code of Medical Ethics has been the authoritative guide on medical professionalism. First developed in 1847, the Code undergoes regular revisions, and sets the standard for practicing principled medicine. This edition presents guidance through more than 200 ethical opinions on topics ranging from professionalism in the use of social media, to genetic testing and counseling, to financial relationships with industry in continuing medical education.
Legal and Ethical Issues in Nursing
Call Number: WY 33AA1 G948L 2014
Publication Date: 2014
The Hastings Center Guidelines for Decisions on Life-Sustaining Treatment and Care near the End of Life
Call Number: WX 162 B515 2013
This major new work updates and significantly expands The Hastings Center's 1987 Guidelines on the Termination of Life-Sustaining Treatment and Care of the Dying. Like its predecessor, this second edition will shape the ethical and legal framework for decision-making on treatment and end-of-life care in the United States. This groundbreaking work incorporates 25 years of research and innovation in clinical care, law, and policy. It is written for physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals and is structured for easy reference in difficult clinical situations.
The Ethics Role in Catholic Health Care
Call Number: W 50 E84 2010
Among those who have responsibility for "doing ethics" in Catholic health care are professional ethicists. This collection of previously published materials explores the role of the ethicist in Catholic health care, identifies some of the challenges facing the ministry with regard to the ethics roles, and suggests some competencies and qualifications for facility and system ethicists moving into the future.
Catholic Health Care Ethics: A Manual for Practitioners
Call Number: W 50 C363 2009
More than thirty experts examine moral action theory, key ethical principles, ethics committees, embryo & fetus, contraception, reproductive technologies, difficult pregnancies, rape protocols, determination of death, palliative care, nutrition and hydration, persistent vegetative state, DNR orders, health care proxies, organ donation, vaccination refusals, genetic medicine, human experimentation, religious freedom, triage, cooperation with evil, state mandates, organizational ethics, & more. An ideal resource for hospital ethics committees and for classroom use in colleges, universities, and nursing schools.
Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services
Call Number: BX 1795.H4 E84 2009
Genetics and Ethics in Health Care: New Questions in the Age of Genomic Health
Call Number: QZ 50 G32805 2009
Handbook for Health Care Ethics Committees
Call Number: WB 60 P857h 2007
Let Them Go Free: A Guide to Withdrawing Life Support
Call Number: WB 60 S528l 2007
Clinical Ethics: A Practical Approach to Ethical Decisions in Clinical Medicine
Call Number: WB 60 J81c 2006
Introduction to Jewish and Catholic Bioethics: A Comparative Analysis
Call Number: WB 60 M158i 2003
Call Number: W 50 B6153 2001