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1. Business Ethics in Contemporary Businesses
The concept of ethics is easy to give examples of but hard to define. In this lesson, we will discuss ethics and how they apply in the business world, as well as discuss an example of an ethical situation using Enron.
2. Code of Ethics: Compliance-based and Integrity-based
A business may develop a code of ethics for different reasons. In this lesson, you'll learn what a code of ethics is and the difference between a compliance-based code of ethics and an integrity-based code of ethics.
3. Social Responsibility in Organizations
Watch this video lesson to learn how companies put into practice their social responsibilities. Learn how a socially responsible company helps the environment, people, and employees along with giving freely to society.
4. Legal Liability in Nursing: Areas of Liability
Nurses can be held legally liable for a variety of reasons. This lesson explains legal liability, negligence and malpractice. It also explores specific areas of nursing liability.
5. Nursing Licensure: Legal Requirements, Revocation, Suspension, and Credentialing
So you are interested in becoming a nurse. A nursing license is an important required credential for the job. In this lesson, we will discuss the legal requirements, revocation, suspension, and credentialing for nurse licensure.
6. Nursing-Related Crimes: Felonies and Misdemeanors
Nurses can be prosecuted for intentional crimes committed on the job, such as murder and theft. Nurses can also be prosecuted for negligent behavior. This lesson explains both felonies and misdemeanors nurses can commit.
7. Principle of Beneficence in Ethics & Nursing: Definition & Examples
If you are entering the nursing field, it is important to understand the ethical principles involved. Check out what beneficence is and the ways in which nurses use the principle in relation to patient care.
8. Principle of Nonmaleficence in Nursing: Definition & Examples
The word 'maleficent' conjures up images of an evil, ruthless character who does anything regardless of the harm. This lesson examines nonmaleficence and the associated principles of beneficence and justice as they relate to nursing and medical care.
9. Stress in Nursing: Psychophysiological Adaptations
Stress is something everyone talks about in modern life, but what is it exactly? In this lesson, you will learn the levels of stress, the difference between a stressor and stress, and what the human physical as well as psychological responses to stress are.
10. Team Nursing Model: Definition, Pros, Cons & Examples
Team nursing is a model that utilizes a team approach to care for patients in the acute care setting. In this lesson, we will review the definition, pros, and cons of the team nursing model, and look at some examples.
11. The Nursing Diagnosis Statement According to NANDA
By the end of this lesson, you'll understand how a nursing diagnosis differs from a medical diagnosis, what a nursing diagnosis statement looks like, and where it fits into the nursing process. You'll know what NANDA means and where to find more information.
12. What Is PPE? - Definition, Safety & Requirements
From this lesson you will be learning about PPE. This includes how they prevent the spread of germs, the different types of PPE, and when to use them appropriately.
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