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Keeping your nurse happy

C J Dougherty, J Cederblom
What if your superior sent you on a recruiting trip and told you to misrepresent the institution, if necessary, to get more nursing staff? What would you do? Finding ways to do what is right is a challenge. But determining what is right is a prior and often a more difficult task, involving a choice of ethical perspectives. One perspective is utilitarianism--a form of consequentialism, whereby acts are right or wrong depending on their consequences. A second ethical approach is a respect-for-persons position, a form of deontology which holds that we have a duty to refrain from certain acts that are inherently disrespectful of persons...
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B Welty
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U Ruskowski
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