Assignment: Patient-Centered Care



Assignment: Patient-Centered Care
Assignment: Patient-Centered Care
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Describe the relationship between the AACN Essentials and your new-found knowledge about Patient Centered Care. Are there opportunities for you to improve?
Essential VIII: Professionalism and Professional Values discusses professional standards of moral, ethical, and legal conduct. Review the Professional Integrity Module-Academics and Practice at the beginning of the course (the first module). Then reflect on your own beliefs and values as they relate to professional nursing practice.
Discuss implications of professional nursing integrity and academic integrity.
“healthogenic” than curing. Caring Science is complementary to Curing Science. The practice of Caring is central to nursing. Its social, moral, and scientific contributions lie in its professional commitment to the values, ethics, and ideals of Caring Science in theory, practice, and research. PREMISES OF CARING SCIENCE (ADAPTED FROM WATSON 2005: 218– 219) Knowledge of Caring cannot be assumed; it is an epistemic- ethical- theoretical endeavor that requires ongoing explication and development. Caring Science is grounded in a relational, ethical ontology of unity within the universe that informs the epistemology, methodology, pedagogy, and praxis of caring in nursing and related fields. Caring Science embraces epistemological pluralism, seeking to understand the intersection and underdeveloped connections between the arts and humanities and the clinical sciences. Caring Science embraces all ways of knowing/ being/ doing: ethical, intuitive, personal, empirical, aesthetic, and even spiritual/ metaphysical ways of knowing and Being. Caring Science inquiry encompasses methodological pluralism, whereby the method flows from the phenomenon of concern— diverse forms of inquiry seek to unify ontological, philosophical, ethical, and theoretical views while incorporating empirics and technology. Caring (and nursing) has existed in every society. Every society has had some people who have cared for others. A caring attitude is not transmitted from generation to generation by genes. It is transmitted by the culture of a society. The culture of nursing, in this instance the discipline and profession of nursing, has a vital social- scientific role in advancing, sustaining, and preserving human caring as a way of fu


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