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Decision Making

My Decision Making

Decision-making is always termed as a cognitive process that results in a selection of a course of action or belief among many alternative possibilities (Anderson, Sweeney, Williams, Camm & Cochran, 2015). Decision-making is a study of choosing or identifying alternative based on the preferences or values of the decision maker....

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End of Life Decisions

Patients who require end-of-life care due to terminal illness require specialized and compassionate nursing care which is designed to improve pain management, provide support to families during this difficult period, and to make ethically responsible decisions (Hebert, Moore, & Rooney, 2011). From this perspective, it is necessary for nurses to...

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Boundary Crossing and Boundary Violations: Ethical Decision-Making

The topic of boundary crossing and boundary violations is vividly discussed by scholars. In order to understand the difference between the terms, it is important to clearly conceptualize them. Boundaries are ‘the edge of appropriate (therapist) behavior adopted to the needs of the individual patient to create an atmosphere of...

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Clinical Decision-Making: OB Setting

For this discussion, a 32-year-old female patient will be discussed. She was admitted to the hospital at 39 weeks gestation based upon the determination made at her 18-week ultrasound. At the time of presentation, she was experiencing uterine contractions every four minutes with increasing intensity. The patient stated that her...

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Strategies for Decision Making

The study “Trends in Attitudes About Marriage, Childbearing, and Sexual Behavior: United States, 2002, 2006-2010, and 2011-2013” (2016) conducted by Jim Daugherty and Casey Copen focuses on the changes in the attitudes of American men and women of reproductive age to the issues of marriage, divorce, childbearing, and sexual behavior...

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