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NRSG 526 - Moral/Ethical Decision-Making

3 hours
This course provides the opportunity to study the nurses’ role in moral and ethical decision making. This course will challenge the learner to examine moral and ethical value systems when encountering patients with acute and chronic disease processes. This course will allow the nurse to analyze the impact of moral, spiritual, ethical, social, and political values, as they relate to professional practice. Discussion centers on recognizing physiological, moral, ethical, and spiritual variance among cultural norms and health care practices in varied racial and ethnic backgrounds. Students will reflect on their personal values as they relate to moral and ethical decision making, the role of change agent for others and nursing implications for professional, spiritual, and personal growth. Prerequisite(s): All 300 and 400 level BSN courses in RN-MSN program and required general education courses. CS