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  • ethical
  • Another theme is confidentiality and this is an important principle in many nursing ethical codes. (wikipedia.org)
  • The SRS is now recognized by the National Association of REALTORS ® as an official designation, and current SRS designees will also be recognized as real estate professionals who adhere to the REALTOR ® Code of Ethics, the highest ethical standards in the industry. (oregonrealtors.org)
  • However, this paper is not about overall nursing ethics, but about ethical issues that affect nurse managers. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Part A introduces the nature, language and frameworks of ethics concluding with a chapter on ethical decision-making. (irwinlaw.com)
  • Part C considers how we learn ethics and cultivate a moral life by exploring ethics education in schools and the workplace and finally contains an examination of how we sustain our ethical commitments across a lifetime while experiencing constant change. (irwinlaw.com)
  • An ethics committee is an interdisciplinary group of providers, staff, patients, family members, administrators, and lay people who volunteer their time and expertise to the hospital so that a fair, inclusive, and consistent process is used to resolve ethical dilemmas. (socialworker.com)
  • Codes provide a positive stimulus for ethical conduct and helpful guidance and advice concerning the main obligations of the members of the group to which it applies. (iit.edu)
  • adhere
  • NomCom members are expected to strictly adhere to the ICANN Conflict of Interest Policy, see http://www.icann.orghttp://www.icann.org/committees/coi/coi-policy-04mar99.htm (as amended from time to time), which is incorporated by reference herein and shall be an integral part of this Code of Ethics. (icann.org)
  • compliance
  • The change in B.2 streamlines the focus, and attaches ADA and other jurisdictional compliance, however it undermines focus on inclusion and misses a great opportunity to include language about design for the life span, or universal and inclusive design that moves beyond code compliance and broadens the emphasis significantly beyond physical mobility alone. (bio-medicine.org)
  • Miscoe has over 20 years of experience in healthcare coding and over 18 years as a forensic coding and compliance expert. (aapc.com)
  • He has provided expert analysis and testimony on coding and compliance issues in civil and criminal cases and represents healthcare providers in post-payment audits and HIPAA OCR matters. (aapc.com)
  • conduct
  • Early work to define ethics in nursing focused more on the virtues that would make a good nurse, which historically included loyalty to the physician, rather than the focus being on nurse's conduct in relation to the person in the nurse's care. (wikipedia.org)
  • A detailed description of the conduct you believe violates AAPC's Code of Ethics. (aapc.com)
  • Codes can serve as the formal basis for investigating unethical conduct. (iit.edu)
  • chapters
  • The author has presented the structure of the book in a format of essentially three sections, directed respectively to the nature of ethics, applied ethics and in its later chapters, to a wide variety of topics, of which matters of life and death, public responsibility, politics and the global environment are examples. (irwinlaw.com)
  • The book contains in its initial chapters a relatively brief but very useful description of various theories of ethics. (irwinlaw.com)
  • professional
  • For example, see the National Society of Professional Engineers Code of Ethics , which encourages a form of "sustainable development" that meets human needs while conserving and protecting environmental quality. (iit.edu)
  • text
  • Strategies for initiating writing, comprehending task demands, establishing text production goals, writing summaries, and paraphrasing will be introduced. (mdslha.org)
  • actions
  • Among the areas of focus are: 1) understanding how drugs exert their actions on brain chemistry to create the desired effect, and 2) examining issues of addiction, tolerance, recovery, etc. (drake.edu)
  • Throughout Dr Preston develops a benchmark which he calls 'an ethic of response' by which the philosophical and practical aspects, and thus the ethics of actions, may be evaluated. (irwinlaw.com)
  • form
  • A.11 Applied Research: Understanding the role of applied research in determining function, form, and systems and their impact on human conditions and behavior. (bio-medicine.org)
  • cases
  • People have a hard time understanding that even in the darkest of times, humor helps us deal with our internal anxiety about the cases we work," he says. (minoritynurse.com)
  • By beginning with realistic cases, students can immediately appreciate the relevance and importance of giving serious thought to ethics. (washington.edu)
  • support
  • Despite the move toward more deontological themes by some, there continues to be an interest in virtue ethics in nursing ethics and some support for an ethic of care . (wikipedia.org)
  • Codes give positive support to those seeking to act ethically. (iit.edu)
  • Edition
  • Also, several of the categories have been supplemented by changes in the 4th edition of Ethics in Engineering . (iit.edu)
  • Service
  • Speaking yesterday in Abuja at the unveiling and presentation of the Code of Ethics in National Assembly Service, the Clerk to the National Assembly, Mohammed Omolori, said: "One of my first major assignments on assumption of office as the Clerk to the National Assembly was to take stock of so many variables in respect of human resources and productivity. (vanguardngr.com)
  • The exercise revealed the existence of gaps in the staff attitude and understanding of Public Service Rule, Disciplinary Code and Ethics. (vanguardngr.com)
  • Knowledge
  • The course prepares students to comprehend and evaluate critically scientific literature and provides a knowledge base from which they may draw in designing psychological research. (drake.edu)
  • nature
  • The nature of nursing means that nursing ethics tends to examine the ethics of caring rather than 'curing' by exploring the everyday interaction between the nurse and the person in care. (wikipedia.org)
  • society
  • Ability to understand the commonalities and diversity of today's multicultural society, and to demonstrate the capacity for effective and sensitive communication with minority groups. (ccri.edu)