Nursing Roles and Values

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Nursing Roles and Values

Nursing encompasses various roles, inclusive of providing beneficial care, supporting patient autonomy and patient advocacy. Patients are capable of designating the direction of their medical care, possessing rights to refuse and accept proposed procedures according to the Patient Self Determination Act of 1990 which mandates patients be given information regarding their rights and abilities to prepare Advance Directives. Nursing Roles and Values Each of the United States develops standards of care distinguishing nursing roles and competencies. Chapter 6, Section 2725 of California’s Nurse Practice Act defines the nursing role in patient care as independently interpreting the patient’s condition, behavior, abnormalities, and judging the appropriateness of care. Title 16, Section 1443.5 of the state’s Code of Regulations requires the nurse to provide client advocacy by implementing improvements in health care or supporting actions congruent with the client’s wishes. Providing the patient with informed consent prior to procedure completion is an imperative obligation of the nur...    

Nursing encompasses various roles, inclusive of providing beneficial care, supporting patient autonomy and patient advocacy. Patients are capable of designating the direction of their medical care, possessing rights to refuse and accept proposed procedures according to the Patient Self Determination Act of 1990 which mandates patients be given information regarding their rights and abilities to prepare Advance Directives.
Nursing Roles and Values
Each of the United States develops standards of care distinguishing nursing roles and competencies. Chapter 6, Section 2725 of California’s Nurse Practice Act defines the nursing role in patient care as independently interpreting the patient’s condition, behavior, abnormalities, and judging the appropriateness of care. Title 16, Section 1443.5 of the state’s Code of Regulations requires the nurse to provide client advocacy by implementing improvements in health care or supporting actions congruent with the client’s wishes. Providing the patient with informed consent prior to procedure completion is an imperative obligation of the nur…

 

 


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