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Using the reading and the questionnaire, write a two page paper in which you describe your professional moral compass. As you write your paper, include the following:
Rubrics Thoughtfully analyzes and develops a personal professional moral compass. Supports rationale in-depth. Not only formulates a clear and precise personal point of view, but also acknowledges objections and rival positions.
Thoughtfully addresses personal, cultural, and spiritual values that contribute to an individual's worldview and philosophy of nursing. Supports rationale in-depth. Not only formulates a clear and precise personal point of view, but also acknowledges objections and rival positions.
Thoughtfully reflects on personal thoughts about morals and ethical dilemmas in the health care field. Supports rationale in-depth. Not only formulates a clear and Precise personal point of view, but also acknowledges objections and rival positions.
Thesis and/or main claim are comprehensive; contained within the thesis is the essence of the paper. Thesis statement makes the purpose of the paper clear.
There is a sophisticated construction of paragraphs and transitions. Ideas progress and relate to each other. Paragraph and transition construction guide the reader.
Writer is clearly in command of standard, written, academic English.
Nursing Moral Compass
Length: 2 pages (628 Words)
NURSING MORAL COMPASS
A professional moral compass is what every individual possesses and lives by it. In nursing, a person is personal, cultural, and spiritual values influence their philosophy and worldview of the profession (Pendleton, 2014). However, these values, worldview, and philosophy may face a conflict with the practice obligations of the individual. This will lead to creation of an ethical dilemma. Additionally, these personal values based on the morals and ethical dilemmas faced by a nursing professional may affect one’s behavior and decision-making (Weber, 2011).