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Transcript of Nursing Code
Code of Ethics
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The nursing profession is committed to promoting the health, welfare, and safety of all people. The nurse has a responsibility to be aware not only of specific health needs of individual patients but also of broader health concerns such as world hunger, environmental pollution, lack of access to health care, violation of human rights, and inequitable distribution of nursing and healthcare resources. The availability and accessibility of high quality health services to all people require both interdisciplinary planning and collaborative partnerships among health professionals and others at the community, national, and international levels (ANA, 2001).
Nurses are committed to health promotion ...
Nurses need to be aware of ...
the lack of access to health care
Nurse inform patients
of their rights
Nurses provide patient
advocacy & better healthcare
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