PART I: GUIDES FOR PRINCIPLED BEHAVIOR. 1. Social, Philosophical, and Other Historical Forces Influencing the Development of Nursing. 2. Ethical Theory. 3. Ethical Principles PART II: DEVELOPING PRINCIPLED BEHAVIOR. 4. Values Clarification. 5. Values Development. 6. Nursing Codes of Ethics, Standards, and Ideals (Old Ch 8--renamed). 7. Ethical Decision Making (Old Chapter 6). PART III: PRINCIPLED BEHAVIOR IN THE PROFESSIONAL DOMAIN. 8. Legal Issues (Old Chapter 7). 9. Professional Relationship Issues. 10. Practice Issues Related to Technology. 11. Practice Issues Related to Patient Self-Determination. 12. Scholarship Issues. PART IV: GLOBAL ISSUES THAT IMPINGE ON NURSING PRACTICE. 13. Global Consciousness in the 21st Century. 14. Health Policy Issues. 15. Economic Issues. 16. Social Issues. 17. Gender Issues. 18. Transcultural and Spiritual Issues. PART V: THE POWER TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE. 19. Empowerment for Nurses. 20. Enabling Patient Empowerment.
About the Author
Margaret A. Burkhardt is Associate Professor Emerita, West Virginia University School of Nursing. She taught nursing and practiced holistic nursing care for more than thirty years, and is an active member of the American Holistic Nurses Association. A prolific writer, Dr. Burkhardt has published numerous articles and book chapters, as well as co-authoring two books on spirituality in health and ethics in nursing.
Alvita Nathaniel is an Associate Professor and the Coordinator of the Family Nurse Practitioner Track at the Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center at West Virginia University School of Nursing. In addition to teaching, she has worked as a family nurse practitioner in free clinics and juvenile detention facilities for more than two decades. An active participant in policy-making, Dr. Nathaniel's articles regularly appear in journals and other health care-related publications.