Your post should be a scholarly summary of 3-5 paragraphs. required to follow APA 7th edition formatting guidelines for paper formatting. A minimum of 2 sources are required; no later than 5 years E

Your post should be a scholarly summary of 3-5 paragraphs. required to follow APA 7th edition formatting guidelines for paper formatting. A minimum of 2 sources are required; no later than 5 years

Ethical principles are important to maintain when conducting research. When research practices do not align with ethical principles, patient safety and the validity of the research is challenged. The Belmont Report was established due to concerns for beneficence, justice, and concerns for human persons in research studies.

  1. Considering the ethical conduct outlined in the Belmont Report, what principle(s) do you believe are most vulnerable to misconduct?
  2. After watching the video about the egregious Guatemalan research, what ethical principle(s) do you believe were violated by the researchers?

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When issues arise within a family unit, the family often presents with one member identified as the “problem.” However, you will frequently find that the issue is not necessarily the “problem client,”

When issues arise within a family unit, the family often presents with one member identified as the “problem.” However, you will frequently find that the issue is not necessarily the “problem client,” but rather dysfunctional family patterns and relationships. To better understand such patterns and relationships, and develop a family treatment plan, it is essential that the practitioner appropriately assess all family members. This requires you to have a strong foundation in family assessment and therapy. This week, you practice assessing and diagnosing client families presenting for psychotherapy.

FAMILY ASSESSMENT

Assessment is as essential to family therapy as it is to individual therapy. Although families often present with one person identified as the “problem,” the assessment process will help you better understand family roles and determine whether the identified problem client is in fact the root of the family’s issues.

THE ASSIGNMENT

Document the following for the family in the video (transcript of video provided), using the Comprehensive Evaluation Note Template:

  • Chief complaint
  • History of present illness
  • Past psychiatric history
  • Substance use history
  • Family psychiatric/substance use history
  • Psychosocial history/Developmental history
  • Medical history
  • Review of systems (ROS)
  • Physical assessment (if applicable)
  • Mental status exam
  • Differential diagnosis—Include a minimum of three differential diagnoses and include how you derived each diagnosis in accordance with DSM-5-TR diagnostic criteria
  • Case formulation and treatment plan
  • Include a psychotherapy genogram for the family

Note: For any item you are unable to address from the video, explain how you would gather this information and why it is important for diagnosis and treatment planning.

*** PLEASE NOTE THE COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION TEMPLATE THAT IS TO BE USED FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT IS ATTACHED

** ALSO AN EXAMPLE COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION IS ATTCHED TO NOTE ALL ASPECTS THAT ARE TO BE COVERED AND WHAT INFORMATION IS NEEDED

** THE TRANSCRIPT OF THE VIDEO THAT IS TO BE USED FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT IS ATTACHED

**THE RUBRIC FOR GRADING IS ATTACHED

AT LEAST 3 SCHOLARY PEER-REVIEW REFERENCES NOT OLDER THAN 3 YEARS

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Assessment Description Examine changes introduced to reform or restructure the U.S. health care delivery system. In a 1,000-1,250-word paper, discuss action taken for reform and restructuring and the

Assessment Description

Examine changes introduced to reform or restructure the U.S. health care delivery system. In a 1,000-1,250-word paper, discuss action taken for reform and restructuring and the role of the nurse within this changing environment.

Include the following:

Outline a current or emerging health care law or federal regulation introduced within the last 5 years to reform or restructure some aspect of the health care delivery system. Describe the effect of this on nursing practice and the nurse’s role and responsibility.

Discuss how quality measures and pay for performance affect patient outcomes. Explain how these affect nursing practice and describe the expectations and responsibilities of the nursing role in these situations.

Discuss professional nursing leadership and management roles that have arisen and how they are important in responding to emerging trends and in the promotion of patient safety and quality care in diverse health care settings.

Research emerging trends. Predict two ways in which the practice of nursing and nursing roles will grow or transform within the next five years in response to upcoming trends or predicted issues in health care.

You are required to cite a minimum of three sources to complete this assignment. Sources must be published within the last 5 years, appropriate for the assignment criteria, and relevant to nursing practice.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. A link to the LopesWrite technical support articles is located in Class Resources if you need assistance.

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The purpose of this paper is to interpret the two articles identified as most important to the group topic. Course outcomes: This assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcomes.

The purpose of this paper is to interpret the two articles identified as most important to the group topic.

Course outcomes: This assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcomes.

CO 2: Apply research principles to the interpretation of the content of published research studies. (POs 4 and 8)

CO 4: Evaluate published nursing research for credibility and clinical significance related to evidence-based practice. (POs 4 and 8)

Due date: Your faculty member will inform you when this assignment is due. The Late Assignment Policy applies to this assignment.

Total points possible: 200 points

Preparing the assignment

1.       Follow these guidelines when completing this assignment. Speak with your faculty member if you have questions.

2.       Please make sure you do not duplicate articles within your group.

3.       The paper will include the following:

a.       Clinical Question (30 points/15%)

1.       Describe the problem: What is the focus of your group’s work?

2.       Significance of problem: What health outcomes result from your problem? Or what statistics document this is a problem? You may find support on websites for government or professional organizations.

3.       Purpose of the paper: What will your paper do or describe?

***Please note that although most of these questions are the same as you addressed in paper 1, the purpose of this paper is different. You can use your paper 1 for items 1 & 2 above, including any faculty suggestions for improvement provided as feedback.

b.       Use Evidence Matrix Table Template: Data Summary – (60 points/30%)

Categorize items in the Evidence Matrix Table, including proper intext citations and reference list entries for each article.

1.       References (recent publication within the last 5 years)

2.       Purpose/Hypothesis/Study Question(s)

3.       Variables: Independent (I) and Dependent (D)

4.       Study Design

5.       Sample Size and Selection

6.       Data Collection Methods

7.       Major Findings (Evidence)

c.       Description of Findings (60 points/30%)

Describe the data in the Evidence Matrix Table, including proper intext citations and reference list entries for each article.

1.       Compare and contrast variables within each study.

2.       What are the study design and procedures used in each study; qualitative, quantitative, or mixed method study, levels of confidence in each study, etc.?

3.       Participant demographics and information.

4.       Instruments used, including reliability and validity.

5.       How do the research findings provide evidence to support your clinical problem, or what further evidence is needed to answer your question?

6.       Next steps: Identify two questions that can help guide the group’s work.

d.       Conclusion (20 points/10%)

Review major findings in a summary paragraph.

1.       Evidence to address your clinical problem.

2.       Make a connection back to all the included sections.

3.       Wrap up the assignment and give the reader something to think about.

e.       Format (30 points/15%)

1.       Correct grammar and spelling

2.       Include a title and reference page

3.       Use of headings for each section:

o   Problem

o   Synthesis of the Literature

–      Variables

–      Methods

–      Participants

–      Instruments

–      Implications for Future Work

4.       Conclusion

5.       Adheres to current APA formatting and guidelines

6.       Include at least two (2) scholarly, current (within 5 years) primary sources other than the textbook

7.       3-4 pages in length, excluding appendices, title, and reference pages

For writing assistance, visit the Writing Center.

Please note that your instructor may provide you with additional assessments in any form to determine that you fully understand the concepts learned.

PICOT QUESTIONS

·       P: In terminally ill adult patients

·       I: what are the ethical implications of physician-assisted euthanasia.

·       C: Comparing euthanasia to palliative care

·       O: In terms of patient autonomy and societal perception

·       T: five years

The complete PICOT question is presented: “In terminally ill adult patients, what are the ethical implications of physician-assisted euthanasia compared to palliative care in terms of patient autonomy, relief of suffering, and impact on families and healthcare providers?”

ARTICLES USED IN THE FIRST ESSAY- PLEASE USE THESE TWO ARTICLES FOR THE PAPER YOU WILL BE WRITING ABOUT.

References

Akdeniz, M., Yardımcı, B., & Kavukcu, E. (2021). Ethical Considerations at the end-of-life Care. SAGE Open Medicine, 9(9). https://doi.org/10.1177/20503121211000918.

Pesut, B., Greig, M., Thorne, S., Storch, J., Burgess, M., Tishelman, C., Chambaere, K., & Janke, R. (2019). Nursing and euthanasia: A narrative review of the nursing ethics literature. Nursing Ethics, 27(1), 096973301984512. https://doi.org/10.1177/0969733019845127.

PROFESSOR’S TEMPLATE EXAMPLE

The first paragraph after the paper title is the introduction, no heading labeled “Introduction” is used. This is a great place to utilize a scholarly resource, to emphasize why the topic is important.

Problem

This section will discuss your Clinical Question. Be sure to talk about these following rubric criteria below.

1.        Describe the problem: What is the focus of your group’s work?

2.        Significance of problem: What health outcomes result from your problem? Or what statistics document this is a problem? You may find support on websites for government or professional organizations.

3.        Purpose of the paper: What will your paper do or describe?

Evidence Matrix Table: Data Summary

Include a few lines describing what you are going to discuss here as a brief introduction. When done write a sentence telling the reader to please see Appendix A. (This is at the end after your references and is your matrix table that you will complete).

Synthesis of the Literature

This is the section for Description of Findings. Describe the data in the Matrix Table, including proper intext citations and reference list entries for each article. (Delete this information)

Variables

1.     Compare and contrast variables within each study.

Methods

2.     What are the study design and procedures used in each study; qualitative, quantitative, or mixed method study, levels of confidence in each study, etc.?

Participants

3.     Participant demographics and information.

Instruments

4.     Instruments used, including reliability and validity

Implications for Future Work

5.     How do the research findings provide evidence to support your clinical problem, or what further evidence is needed to answer your question?

6.     Next steps: Identify two questions that can help guide the group’s work.

Conclusion

Papers should end with a conclusion or summary. It should be concise and contain no new information. No matter how much space remains on the page, the references always start on a separate page (insert a page break after the conclusion so that the references will start on a new page). Review major findings in a summary paragraph.

1.         Evidence to address your clinical problem.

2.         Make a connection back to all the included sections.

3.         Wrap up the assignment and give the reader something to think about.

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Adolescents Suicide Rubric, 2 Articles, Paper Template, and Matrix Table Template attached Follow these guidelines when completing this assignment. Speak with your faculty member if you have question

Adolescents Suicide

Rubric, 2 Articles, Paper Template, and Matrix Table Template attached

Follow these guidelines when completing this assignment. Speak with your faculty member if you have questions.

Please make sure you do not duplicate articles within your group.

The paper will include the following:

Clinical Question (30 points/15%)

Describe the problem: What is the focus of your group’s work?

Significance of problem: What health outcomes result from your problem? Or what statistics document this is a problem? You may find support on websites for government or professional organizations.

Purpose of the paper: What will your paper do or describe?

***Please note that although most of these questions are the same as you addressed in paper 1, the purpose of this paper is different. You can use your paper 1 for items 1 & 2 above, including any faculty suggestions for improvement provided as feedback.

Use Evidence Matrix Table Template: Data Summary – (60 points/30%)

Categorize items in the Evidence Matrix Table, including proper intext citations and reference list entries for each article.

References (recent publication within the last 5 years)

Purpose/Hypothesis/Study Question(s)

Variables: Independent (I) and Dependent (D)

Study Design

Sample Size and Selection

Data Collection Methods

Major Findings (Evidence)

Description of Findings (60 points/30%)

Describe the data in the Evidence Matrix Table, including proper intext citations and reference list entries for each article.

Compare and contrast variables within each study.

What are the study design and procedures used in each study; qualitative, quantitative, or mixed method study, levels of confidence in each study, etc.?

Participant demographics and information.

Instruments used, including reliability and validity.

How do the research findings provide evidence to support your clinical problem, or what further evidence is needed to answer your question?

Next steps: Identify two questions that can help guide the group’s work.

Conclusion (20 points/10%)

Review major findings in a summary paragraph.

Evidence to address your clinical problem.

Make a connection back to all the included sections.

Wrap up the assignment and give the reader something to think about.

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NR449 Evidence-Based Practice

RUA: Analyzing Published Research Guidelines

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Format (30 points/15%)

Correct grammar and spelling

Include a title and reference page

Use of headings for each section:

Problem

Synthesis of the Literature

Variables

Methods

Participants

Instruments

Implications for Future Work

Conclusion

Adheres to current APA formatting and guidelines

Include at least two (2) scholarly, current (within 5 years) primary sources other than the textbook

3-4 pages in length, excluding appendices, title, and reference pages

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Reply to each peer 1-2 paragraph Peer 1 The Belmont Report was signed into law in 1974 by The National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research to

Peer 1

The Belmont Report was signed into law in 1974 by The National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research to protect human participants with principles designed to address ethical concerns in research. The principles outlined in the Belmont Report give guidelines on the ethical treatment of human study subjects (National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research, 1979).

The three principles include Respect for Persons, Beneficence, and Justice. All the principles listed are essential in ensuring human subjects are treated well during research and experiments, each vulnerable to misconduct to varying degrees. Respect for persons calls for the participants to be voluntary and provided with sufficient information regarding the research to make an informed decision while also respecting whether the person is autonomous or with diminished autonomy in need of protection. This principle will require the researcher to be aware of subjects that may be influenced or coerced to participate and who would not typically volunteer, such as prisoners. The logistics of this principle can create obstacles in that a person who would volunteer under coercion should ethically be respectfully protected instead (National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research, 1979).

Question 2:

The research performed in Guatemala on unsuspecting people violated all the ethical principles of research, including Respect for Persons, Beneficence, and Justice. Researchers have a moral duty to minimize harm to participants and maximize benefits. This experiment caused human subjects great suffering and affected the generations of participants (Polit & Beck, 2022).

Doctors injecting citizens with Syphilis without giving them a choice, informing them of the risks, and obtaining consent, morally defies the fundamental human rights of the Guatemalans who fell victim to this research study. Participants in Guatemala were most likely chosen due to their vulnerability in a developing country. Choosing participants based on class, compromised position, easy availability, or racial and ethical minorities violates the principle of justice, according to the Belmont report. Experimenting on children is another example of a moral and ethical boundary crossed by doctors in this research that caused years of pain and suffering in not just the children but all who were subjected to these unspeakable acts (National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research, 1979).

Peer 2

The Belmont Report was documented in light of human subject research where human rights were violated during the Tuskegee syphilis experiment. Before this, there was not much framework regarding the ethics surrounding human research, but when the syphilis experiment became public knowledge, it brought attention to the need for foundational ethical principles and what they entailed.

The ethical principles outlined by the Belmont Report includes respect of persons, beneficence, and justice (The Belmont Report, 1978). When it comes to misconduct, I believe all ethical principles are subject to misconduct, but the most vulnerable principle is respect for persons. Respect for persons involves the person’s right to self determination and autonomy, including the right to participate in a study (Polit & Beck, 2021). The reasoning for this is often times studies are conducted based on data, which is collected from real patient information. How many of the patients that are included in these statistics have been informed of their involvement? This is especially true when records are pulled for studies with historical data.

After watching the film on syphilis in Guatemala, it was clear that many ethical principles were violated. Autonomy of the research subjects was violated because there was no consent, much less informed consent (Varkey, 2020). Beneficence, which is to act for the benefit of the patient, was violated because the complete opposite was taking place (Varkey, 2020). Instead of helping sick individuals, they were inflicting a deadly disease on seemingly healthy individuals against their will and did not explain what was happening nor be forthcoming with treatments. Maleficence was occurring, which is a violation of the ethical principles of non-maleficence, meaning to do no harm (Varkey, 2020)

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Compare and Contrast International Healthcare SystemsCompare the U.S. healthcare system with a different country’s national healthcare system How are the systems different? What are the major differen

Compare and Contrast International Healthcare SystemsCompare the U.S. healthcare system with a different country’s national healthcare system

How are the systems different? What are the major differences for patients?How much does each country spend on healthcare services?What are healthcare outcomes for the countries?What are the results of the systems?

Consider:Life expectancy ratesMortality ratesProcedure costsInfant mortality ratesUninsured ratesCitizen’s Medical debtEase of accessQuality of care/wait times

Submission and Assessment Guidelines

Takes a position and supports it with objective evidence that includes data, facts and statisticsIs proofread with proper grammar, punctuation, and spellingIs well-organized with similar topics togetherIncludes relevant vocabulary from your readingsIncludes transitions to assist with flow and readability

APA FormatIncludes an APA (7th edition) formatted reference page with two scholarly sources as well asin-text citations

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The initial thread should be a minimum of 4 paragraphs for each part 1 and part 2. proper grammar and correct APA format are expected. Source no later than 5 years . Attachment below is the links to u

The initial thread should be a minimum of 4 paragraphs for each part 1 and part 2. proper grammar and correct APA format are expected. Source no later than 5 years . Attachment below is the links to use.

Please post your ANA position statement. Chose one position statement to discuss. You probably will not be able to see the entire position statement without a membership to ANA. You do NOT have to join ANA. Use what you can see from the website. Please summarize the ANA position and then give your response to that position.

ANA Official Position Statements

ANA develops positions relevant to nursing practice, health policy, and social concerns impacting the health of patients and families; and our position statements guide the profession, amplify the views of nursing, and educate consumers and decision makers. Find out how ANA Position Statements are made, and read the official ANA position on the wide range of the issues facing nurses today.

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Part 2:

Please discuss the list of the ethical principles that prompted the nurse’s actions in the video.

Videos show nurse who refused to give patients’ blood to police get arrested

The escalating encounter — in which nurse Alex Wubbels pleaded, “Stop! I’ve done nothing wrong!” — has prompted an independent investigation.

NBC News

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peer 1 The American Nurses Association creates guidelines to foster a safe atmosphere for patients and medical personnel (ANA Principles, 2017). The ANA has established a list of principle

The American Nurses Association creates guidelines to foster a safe atmosphere for patients and medical personnel (ANA Principles, 2017). The ANA has established a list of principles, their definitions and guidelines on how to properly execute the principal. Following these principles, should yield your career to becoming a competent and compliant nurse who delivers excellent, moral care to each and every patient you encounter.

The principle of nursing documentation is a crucial component of the care we provide. “Clear, accurate, and accessible documentation is an essential element of safe, quality, evidence-based nursing practice” (ANA Principles, 2017). This principle is applied across all specialties and areas of nursing. Documentation holds each nurse responsible for their actions. We have all heard the expression “if you didn’t chart it, then it didn’t happen.” There are six essential principles further outlined to ensure proper nursing documentation that is to ANA standards.

Nursing documentation is used as a communication method between the health care team and other professionals. The six principles of nursing documentation are documentation characteristics, education and training, policies and procedures, protection systems, documentation entries, and standardized terminologies. These recommendations for nursing documentation apply to practicing registered nurses, employers and health care agencies, patients and consumers, health care systems, nursing education, and nursing research.

Nursing documentation should be accessible, accurate, consistent, concise, readable, timely, and reflective. Nurses should take into account education and training when forming documentation for patients. They must also remain competent to use the equipment provided for such documentation. A nurse must be familiar with organizational and state policies and procedures. Nurses must be aware of and utilize systems in place to protect patient information, maintain confidentiality and secure data. Documentation must be complete, accurate, authenticated, dated, and time stamped. All terminologies used must be standard and known across the nursing field.

Part 2:

I remember hearing about the miscarriage of justice that took place against Nurse Wubbels in real time. An officer was requesting a blood sample from Nurse Wubbels from a patient who had been in an accident. The hospital had a policy that had been agreed upon with the police precinct that the only three ways to allow a blood draw was with a warrant, patient consent, or intent to arrest, which in this case none of these were present. Nurse Wubbel had documentation in her hand that backed up the information she was the responding detective. As troubling as the situation was, i is more troubling that none of the other officers intervened.

Nurse Wubbel was doing her job. As a nurse, our job is to respect the autonomy, justice and beneficence for our patients. It is very easy to look at a situation and make judgements about who is in the wrong. However, in our field, that is not our job or our place. Nurse Wubbel was just trying to protect the integrity of the care that she was providing for her patient. That meant protecting him and his bodily fluids.

peer2

Part One

The position statement I have chosen is delegation. Delegation is a decision to assign a task to another person in the health care setting. This delegation is determined by the registered nurse and needs to be in the competence of the person assigned to this task. According to the American Nurses Association delegation is an essential nursing skill (Joint Statement, 2018). The American Nurses Association lists out guidelines for the delegation that must be followed for the task to be delegated. It is important for the registered nurse to take these criteria into consideration when delegating a task.

Based on the American Nurses Associations position statement the delegation process is multifaceted (Joint Statement, 2018). When choosing to delegate a task the registered nurse must take into consideration if the delegate is allowed to perform the skill, if additional training has been met, and if they are competent to carry out the task. There are five rights of delegations, The right task, the right circumstance, the right person, the right direction and communication, and the right supervision and evaluation (Joint Statement, 2005). These five rights must be met to determine if a task can be delegated. The nurse is still responsible for the outcome of the task but if these criteria are met then the task may be delegated if appropriate.

I believe that the delegation of tasks is an important aspect of nursing. Nurses are busy doing their jobs and others such as phlebotomy, housekeeping, dietary, and radiology just to name a few. Delegation allows nurses the flexibility of being able to assign tasks to nursing assistants. This has been helpful in my own practice when I have needed a blood sugar or set of vitals taken but I am busy dealing with an emergent situation. I do think that some nurses take advantage of the delegation system and will often delegate too much to nursing aids. In general, being able to delegate certain tasks has helped to improve nursing care and ease some of the workload nurses have.

While obeying the guidelines set by the American Nurses Association delegating tasks can help lessen the workload on the nurse. It is the responsibility of the nurse to do follow-ups to make sure tasks are done correctly and safely. Following the five rights of delegation can help ensure this. Providing feedback after the delegated task is completed can foster a positive work environment and allow for improvement if needed. Delegation can allow better patient outcomes and satisfaction when implemented correctly.

Part Two

Ethical standards were violated in the above video. The nurse in question was doing her due diligence to her patient when apprehended by the police officer. Some of the ethical standards demonstrated in the video include autonomy, beneficence, justice, and nonmaleficence (Why Ethics, 2023). It is unethical to breach these principles when there are concerns, even if ordered by a public official.

Autonomy is an ethical principle that means the right to self-determination (Why Ethics, 2023). When a patient has autonomy, they are given adequate information from nurses to make informed decisions. It is as simple as a nurse administering medications, it is imperative to inform the patient of what medication is being administered and the side effects the medication may cause (Why Ethics, 2023). This is given the patient autonomy to choose if they want the medication. In this video, the patient’s autonomy was considered by the nurse. She was not able to draw the patient’s blood without the patient’s consent since he was unconscious.

Beneficence is the promotion of good (Why Ethics, 2023). Nurses can promote good by considering and putting the patient’s best interest at the forefront of treatment. A nurses own personal opinion does not weigh into the decisions being made but the focus is on solely the patient (Why Ethics, 2023). Beneficence can be seen in this video when the nurse was putting the patient’s own interest before the interest of the police officer. The police officer did not have a warrant or a doctor’s order for the patient’s blood to be drawn; he just wanted it to be taken. The nurse kept the interest of the patient first by refusing to draw the blood when a warrant was not in place.

Nonmaleficence is the minimization or avoidance of harm and ties into veracity (Why Ethics, 2023). Veracity is the nurse’s obligation to tell the truth. Veracity is in the American Nurses Associations’ code of ethics provision 4.2 (Werezak, 2022). In the video, the nurse displayed nonmaleficence by providing safe and effective care to the patient. This is because she deemed it unsafe and a breach of ethical principles to draw blood from the patient without consent. The nurse also demonstrated veracity by being truthful and following her hospital’s policy which clearly stated it was unethical to draw the patient’s blood without a court order.

Even though the nurse faced consequences for refusing the officer’s orders she followed ethical principles when caring for her patient. The nurse stood her ground and advocated for her patient even when faced with threats from the officer. Following the four ethical principles listed on the American Nurses Association website can help to ensure quality care is given to all patients. Nursing ethical principles serve as a moral compass for nurses. As this nurse displayed, she was firm in her stance to ethically protect her patient and to uphold him as an individual.

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This is a discussion question answer in 250 words of more – two reference , site the reference of the article as one, APA 7 format Review “Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics: Clinical Importance Versus

This is a discussion question answer in 250 words of more – two reference , site the reference of the article as one, APA 7 format

Review “Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics: Clinical Importance Versus Statistical Significance in Research,” article attached

Provide examples of how you addressed feasibility and statistical versus clinical significance in your proposal. For example, why did you select the timeframe for your project, ( make up reason, project time was 8 weeks – pre implementation data was collected 8 weeks prior and comparison data was collected for 8 weeks).  and does that project timeframe allow you to meet the sample size you may have found in your power analysis (power analysis was 32) ? Did you select this because it was feasible? Why or why not and explain.

What is the difference between clinical and statistical significance and why are both important to the patient improvement outcomes of your project?

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