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2013 | nr 10 (1) | 73--82
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Halový systém ošetřovatelské péčeastudpacienta

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Indoor System of Nursing Care and Patient Shame
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Ethics earmark for Ethics Cod. It is the sum of the rules of behavior in a given society - these are the basic rules of conduct decent, as they are in every other profession, varies depending on career and code of ethics, too. It is a social phenomenon which interferes with prompt bizzare areas of life. Without ethics, respect for human beings and respect for the fundamental rights can not be expected to succeed in life. Morality can be characterized as social phenomenon that reflects human relationships and human activities in terms of good and evil . The moral problem is wherever a person in a daily struggle for existence is responsible for their actions. Therefore, one necessarily expects total remuneration for their morally good, free volitiona, decision, reward, whose impact extends beyond its currently. What are the key values and principles in nursing? Choosing valu-es that are generally and most experts considered crucial, is quite complex and depends of multiple factors. We are talking about autonomy, utility, fairness, trustworthiness, truthfulness, and harmlessness. The aim of the European Charter of Patients' Rights to ensure a high level of human health. Authors pay attention in this allowance to shame, because the hospital is not the time to respect the sick. Embarrassment or shame or a sense of shame is (negative) feeling, knowing error, bad faith or any other personal deficiency.(original abstract)
Opis fizyczny
  • Vysoká škola zdravotníctva a sociálnej práce sv. Alžbety, Slovakia
  • Vysoká škola polytechnická Jihlava, Czech Republic
  • Urologická klinika sCentrom pre transplantácie obličiek, FNsP Kramáre, Bratislava, LFUK, Bratislava
  • Urologická klinika sCentrom pre transplantácie obličiek, FNsP Kramáre, Bratislava, LFUK Bratislava, SZU Bratislava
  • Kutnohorská J. 2007. Etika v ošetřovatelství, 1 vyd. Praha, Grada
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