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Author: Verena Tschudin RGN RM DipCouns BSc(Hons) MA
ISBN13: 978-0750603461
Title: Ethics in Nursing
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Language: English
Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann; 2 edition (June 2, 1992)
Pages: 192

Ethics in Nursing by Verena Tschudin RGN RM DipCouns BSc(Hons) MA

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This practical, readable book uses a "Four Questions Model" and scenarios to illustrate the appropriate counselling for a variety of situations. Includes coverage of loss of a life partner, loss of a parent, loss of a child, abortion and miscarriage, infertility, loss of health, divorce and separation, loss of a career, loss of a home, loss of a pet, loss of youth and independence, loss of beliefs and values, and more.

Verena Tschudin MA, BSc(Hons), RGN, RM, Dip Couns, is Senior Lecturer at the University of East London. She was born in Switzerland but did her nurse training in London after which she worked for many years in oncology in both the UK and Israel. In recent years, with two degrees in ethics, this has become her main area of concern. 1 Setting the Scene Win Tadd. The final chapter by Verena Tschudin explores nursing ethics at the end of life, comparing practices in the UK, Switzerland and the Netherlands. The issues considered include neonatal care, persistent vegetative state (PVS), care of the dying, organ transplantation, euthanasia, advance directives and resuscitation.

Nursing Beyond Boundaries. View all titles in Issues & Trends. A companion volume to Nursing Ethics, the basic text on ethics for the nursing profession. This book takes a wider approach to ethics, looking at several different dimensions and discussing these themes in a manner suitable for either reflective practice or advanced study. Together, the pair form a comprehensive guide to ethics in nursing practice.

Values: A Primer for Nurses.

Topics covered include support systems, the bearing of ethical issues on nursing practice, and the special skills required to give appropriate advice in the case of bereavement. The book's theoretical underpinning is the author's "Four Question Model": What is happening? What is the meaning of it? What is your goal? and How are you going to do it? Related PDF to Counselling Skills for Nurses by Verena Tschudin RGN RM DipCouns BSc(Hons) MA. 1. Communication and Interpersonal Skills in Nursing (Transforming Nursing Practice Series) by Alec. Grant,Shirley Bach 2.

Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Tschudin, Verena. Rubrics: Nursing ethics Great Britain. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBN 9780750652650, 9780702037788. The Caring Relationship. Authors: Verena Tschudin. eBook ISBN: 9780702037788. Paperback ISBN: 9780750652650. This well-known core text on nursing ethics provides an in-depth exploration of nursing ethics content from the western philosophical tradition along with some of the methods used in teaching this content. It addresses cross-cultural issues in using specific ethics content. It also discusses the downside to the present dualism model in nursing ethics and replaces this with a more complex and useful model that invites debate.

Counselling Skills for Nurses. ISBN 13: 9780702019722.

* Now revised to include the UKCC Code of Professional Conduct * Makes a strong plea for a nursing ethic based on the caring relationship * Highlights major ethical theories * Gives a simple decision-making plan which follows the steps of the NursingProcess * Covers trends in medical ethics and the European ethical scene * Offers plenty of material to stimulate discussion * For nurses who practice primarily nursing and who are therefore in a special relationship with their patients.