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Estalilla, Melchizedek P.

BSN-IV

COMPETENCY APPRAISAL

1. Refers to a standard to examine and understand moral life.


Ethics
2. Systematic study of what a person’s conduct and actions should be with regard to self,
other humans, and the environment.
Ethics
3. Justification of what is right or good.
Ethics
4. Studies how people make judgment in regard to right or wrong.
Ethics
5. Branch of moral science concerned with the obligations that a member of the profession
owes to the public
Professional Ethics
6. Division of ethics that relates to human health
Health care ethics
7. Related to all the principles of right conduct as they apply to the profession
reinforces the nurses’ ideals and motives in order to maximize the effectivity of their
service
NURSING ETHICS
8. Greek word autos (self) & nomos (governance)
AUTONOMY
9. Involves self determination & freedom to choose & implement one’s decision, free from
deceit, duress, constraint or coercion
AUTONOMY
10. Allowing patient to refuse treatment
AUTONOMY
11. Disclosure of his ailment, prognosis, mode of treatment
AUTONOMY
12. Maintaining mode of confidentiality
AUTONOMY
13. May occur when there is potential harm to others such as communicable diseases or acts
of violence
Restriction
14. The person making the decision?
a. must be deemed competent
b. have the individual capacity to make a rational decision
c. must be of legal age
d. the decision should be of his own free will
e. should not be coerced or put under duress
15. Legal exception of the rule of informed consent which allows the caregiver to proceed with
the care (emergency, incompetence, waiver or implied consent)
Therapeutic privilege