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Moral Competency

Moral Competency Chapter 9 CONTENTS Organizing Framework Conceptual and Methodological Issues Conceptual Orietttation Measurement of VariaA1e.s Research Llesigns Nursing Education and Nursing Students Ethics in the Curricu~um Moral Sensitivity in Fuculty and Nursing Students Effects of Jnsiructioltai Interventions Assessmenr of Ability to Make Moral Judgments Situational Experiences Unethical Academic Behavior Nursing Practice and Practicing Nurses Morul Sensitiviv in Nurses Assessmenr of nurse.^' A hilly to Make Moral Judgmenrs An Ethic of Care versrrs an Ethic of Justice in Moral Reasoning Siruarional Experienc~~s Conclusions and Research Directions This is the third review in the area of nursing ethics that has appeared in the Annual Review cfNursing Research. Gortner's (1985) review d the work on ethical inquiry covered the literature until 1982 and was focused on the philo- sophical foundations of three issues: the professional roles of healer and scien- tist, the protection of human subjects, and peer and institutional review of re- search. In contrast to Gortner, Ketefian (1989) reviewed the empirical research on moraI reasoning and ethical practice in nursing, covering the period from 1983 to early 1987. The themes of Ketefian's review were the processes employed by nurses in making moral choices and the decisions that nurses make in situations http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Review of Nursing Research Springer Publishing

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Springer Publishing
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0739-6686
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Chapter 9 CONTENTS Organizing Framework Conceptual and Methodological Issues Conceptual Orietttation Measurement of VariaA1e.s Research Llesigns Nursing Education and Nursing Students Ethics in the Curricu~um Moral Sensitivity in Fuculty and Nursing Students Effects of Jnsiructioltai Interventions Assessmenr of Ability to Make Moral Judgments Situational Experiences Unethical Academic Behavior Nursing Practice and Practicing Nurses Morul Sensitiviv in Nurses Assessmenr of nurse.^' A hilly to Make Moral Judgmenrs An Ethic of Care versrrs an Ethic of Justice in Moral Reasoning Siruarional Experienc~~s Conclusions and Research Directions This is the third review in the area of nursing ethics that has appeared in the Annual Review cfNursing Research. Gortner's (1985) review d the work on ethical inquiry covered the literature until 1982 and was focused on the philo- sophical foundations of three issues: the professional roles of healer and scien- tist, the protection of human subjects, and peer and institutional review of re- search. In contrast to Gortner, Ketefian (1989) reviewed the empirical research on moraI reasoning and ethical practice in nursing, covering the period from 1983 to early 1987. The themes of Ketefian's review were the processes employed by nurses in making moral choices and the decisions that nurses make in situations

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Annual Review of Nursing ResearchSpringer Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 1996

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