Principles and practice of managing pain: a guide for nurses by Gareth Parsons

By Gareth Parsons

Soreness is a posh topic which has to be skillfully taught and built-in with different subject matters. This booklet attracts on this stuff to aid scholars advance a great philosophy of care that encompasses stable ache management.

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86] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. laws of bikkur holim, or visiting the sick (Nutkiewicz, 2002). This is of course a simplistic statement of a complex approach and we should acknowledge that many religions recognize shades of behaviour we are unable to consider here. ’ There are several different ways of coming to an answer for this question. The first is to take an absolutist position. This is a prevalent way of addressing moral issues, particularly in the Western world.

We would probably err on the side of the six hip replacements but we feel very uncomfortable doing this and would be happy to follow NICE guidelines on the use of the new drug. In summary, utilitarianism asks you to examine the common good and not just the good to the individuals or potential individuals concerned. The impact on the whole of society has to be considered. This has wider, negative impacts for society than the immediate benefits for a small group of people. Consider the following questions.

You may consider that by telling the patient the truth you will by the same action inflict harm. If you do this you are ascribing a hierarchy to your principles. In other words, you are saying that some principles are more universal than others. Key points Do others no harm. Do not lie. Respect others. Never break your promises. Kant’s theory STRENGTHS Whatever principles a Kantian deontologist has they will be strongly held personal beliefs. They may differ between individuals or the interpretation or translation of these beliefs into actions may differ because of factors such as culture and upbringing.

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