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N333- Final Exam
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The only full-service professional organization representing the nation's entire registered nurse population.
a nonprofit organization founded in 1952 in the United States to mentor nursing students preparing for initial licensure as a Registered Nurse and promote professional development.
Nursing Code of Ethics
serves to inform both nurses and society of the profession's expectations and requirements in ethical matters
Reactive or unplanned change because it is not fully anticipated, it cannot be avoided, and there is little or no time to plan response strategies
Physio-psychologic changes that occur during an individual's life cycle or to the growth of an organization as it becomes more complex.
An intended, purposeful attempt by an individual, group, organization, or larger social system to influence the status quo of itself, another organism, or a situation
Three change approaches
Command & control approach in which positions of authority enforce the change.
Can cause resistance.
People are rational & they will change if it is in their self-interest
Human motivations depends on the sociocultural norms & individual's commitment to these norms.
Change occurs if the people involved develop new attitudes & values by acquiring new information
one who works to bring about change
resistance to change
behavior intended to maintain the status quo or prevent change
Kurt Lewin's Change Theory
Believed in identifying driving forces which facilitate change and restraining forces which impede change
An imbalance occurs between the driving & restraining forces
Behavior moves to a new level where the opposing forces are brought back into equilibrium.
The new idea/practice becomes internalized into formal and informal behavioral patterns
Kohlbergs stages of moral development
Matures over time
Certain conditions (i.e. environment, practice) can stimulate growth through the stages
self-centered: disregard for the social norm
makes moral decisions based on ehat is pleasing to others or desirable by society
has the ability to define their own moral values despite their own interests or social norms
Gilligan's stages of Moral Reasoning
Women and men's moral development differ
Levels of gilligan's stages
1. orientation to individual survival
2. focus on goodness with recognition of self-sacrifice
3. morality of caring and being responsible for self as well as others
act is moral if its motives or intentions were good regardless of the outcome
moral righteousness of an act is determined by its outcome; seeking the greatest good for the greatest amount of people
belief that people with inborn virtuous traits (i.e. honesty, courage, kindness) that are developed through training are predisposed to act in a rightful manner
use of key ethical principals to guide ethical conflicts instead of a single principal
freedom to make own decisions
promoting good and avoiding harm
duty to do no harm
equals should be treated the same
remain faithful to one's commitments and obligations
telling the truth
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