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ATTITUDE
ETHICAL ISSUES
MEDICAL PRACTICES BSN LEVEL IV STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS MEDICAL PRACTICES INVOLVING ETHICAL ISSUES IN ANGELES UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013: AN IMPLICATION FOR NURSING PRACTICE Do not Resuscitate Order
US- 90% of elderly outpatients and a range of 44-88% of hospitalized elderly desire to have CPR in the event of a cardiac arrest. Main Problem
To determine the attitudes of the BSN Level IV students towards medical practices involving ethical issues in Angeles University Foundation Academic Year 2012-2013 RELATED STUDIES RESEARCH DESIGN
RESPONDENTS OF THE STUDY
RESEARCH LOCALE
RESEARCH INSTRUMENT
DATA COLLECTION
STATISTICAL TREATMENT OF DATA Organ Donation

Each day 60 people around the world receive an organ transplant
UK- 900 individuals become organ donors each year
US- 5,500 cadaver donors per year
Philippines- 10% of kidney donations are from cadavers. Withholding/Withdrawing Life Support

Europe- 1.9% of all death was the result of 17.4% of withholding or withdrawing life-prolonging treatment. It does not take much strength to do things,
but it requires a great deal of strength to decide
what to do
-Elbert Hubbard Research Gap
>if BSN level IV students are willing to participate and accept these medical practices involving ethical issues such as organ donation,withholding or withdrawing life support and do not resuscitate order in their future profession
>how the respondents will make decision if the respondents will handle patients who are involve in the medical practices listed. Conceptual Framework Nursing Ethics
Decision Making
Law
Religion
Values Statement of the problem SCOPE and DELIMITATION Scope
BSN level IV students in AUF
Demographic Profile
Delimitation

Students from other colleges and year levels
Past Experiences
Extraneous Variables
CHAPTER I
THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING INTRODUCTION CHAPTER II
RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES 2. How may the attitudes of the respondents regarding medical practices involving ethical issues be described according to:
Withholding/withdrawing of life support
Do not resuscitate order
Organ donation? 3. Is there a significant difference between the respondents attitudes towards medical practices according to their demographic profile (age, gender, religion civil status, socioeconomic status and type of family):
Withholding/withdrawing of life support
Do not resuscitate order
Organ Donation?
4.What are the implications of the study in nursing practice? SUB PROBLEMS
1.How may the demographic profile of the respondents be described according to:
Age
Gender
Religion
Socioeconomic Status
Type of Family RESEARCH DESIGN
Descriptive-Comparative RESPONDENTS OF THE STUDY
BSN LEVEL IV STUDENTS ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013 RESEARCH LOCALE
ANGELES UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION RESEARCH INSTRUMENT
QUESTIONNAIRE DATA COLLECTION
PHASE I
PHASE II
PHASE III
PHASE IV
PHASE V  STATISTICAL TREATMENT OF DATA
LIKERT SCALE
FREQUENCY and PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION
MEAN
ANOVA RELATED LITERATURE DNR and AGE
Under 18 years old Consent is needed signed by the guardian and the minor consent.
ORGAN DONATION
no age limit
Newborn and senior citizen .
TYPE OF FAMILY
theory of MURRAY BOWENS SYSTEMS THEORY people continue to react in the ways they learned from their families . ETHICS AND LAW
Law establishes rules that define our rights and obligations.
Laws exist that can be considered unethical.
Ethics built upon moral foundation .
CULTURE AND BELIEFS
Uniting with others forming group. AUTONOMY IN DECISION MAKING
means ensuring that patients make their own decision that requires informed consent.
INFORMED CONSENT
Involves someone acting o n his or her behalf
Informed on the procedure ,proposed treatment and surgery and anticipated consequences
REFUSE EMERGENCY TREATMENT
Ethical dilemma . PERSONAL VALUES
Beliefs,attitudes,standards and ideals that guide a person experience life.
PROFESSIONAL VALUES
Ultimate standards.
DNR
Do not resuscitate
AND (allow natural death)
DECISION MAKING
Cognitive biases . LEGAL AND ETHICAL CONSENSUS ABOUT WITHDRAWING OF LIFE SAVING DEVICES AND INTERVENTIONS
Healthcare professionals serve patients best maintain presume favor in sustaining life.
WITHDRAWAL/WITHHOLD LIFE SUSTAINING DEVICES
Physicians in consultation to the patient and family members. CHAPTER III
RESEARCH METHODS AND PROCEDURES
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