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Ethics regards standards of moral judgment and professional conduct. Nurses are highly accountable to patients, the public, employers, and the entire profession. It is crucial they have a sound understanding of various ethical, legal and professional issues they will face during their careers.Changing values in health, behavioral science, and society mean that medical practitioners must be aware of new ethical issues for the medical sector, and learn how to respond appropriately.


This Course will provide you with:

  • An understanding to ethics and respect for persons (autonomy and self-determination).
  • Recognize strategies for promoting moral action in nursing practice.
  • For easy understanding and clear presentation we have broken down the course in two modules i) Seminars- Interactive ii) Practice sessions- Practices.
  • Nurses face daily ethical challenges in the provision of quality care. Education in ethics is required for both sides nurses as well as patients.
  • Ethical concern and responsibility for ensuring that they behave in ethical manner.

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for Nurse and nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, primary care and specialty physicians, hospital chaplains, and social workers who participate in clinical ethics consultations .Those serving on their institution’s ethics committee who are interested in performing ethics consults..Those actively performing ethics consults who would like to enhance or refresh their skills.


Day One

  • Introduction to nursing ethics
  • Introduction to moral action in nursing
  • Introduction to professional nursing values
  • Introduction to regulation in nursing practice

Day Two

  • Practical implications of moral action in Nursing
  • Creating scenarios of professional nursing
  • Analyzing real case scenarios in nursing practice
  • Understand principal of fidelity in nursing

Day Three

  • Implement the scenario of moral action
  • Implement principal of fidelity
  • Implement consultation meeting with patient
  • QandA session


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