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Short Course in Law and Ethics for Nurses - Contact Tuition

Introduction

There are potential risks that manifest in all areas of nursing care and therefore nurses have a legal and ethical duty surrounding and encompassing all that they do. The Code of Ethics in nursing is the foundation of ethical decision-making and is aimed at informing nurse practitioners and the public of the ethical and moral principles applicable to nurse practitioners in the performance of their duties. Despite this, every year nurses are involved in cases that invariably include a failure of duty of care at some level. The purpose of the course is for nurse practitioners to understand the ethical values and principles of the code of conduct and how the law interprets relevant codes of practice and standard decision-making and is aimed at informing nurse practitioners and the public of the ethical and moral principles applicable to nurse practitioners in the performance of their duties.


Who Should Enroll?

Nurse practitioners

Course Design

E-learning


Contact

Annatjie

Head of Nursing School

Foundation for Professional Development

Cell:+27 (0) 82 823 1050

Tel:+27 (0) 87 821 1109

Fax:+27 (0) 12 807 7165

E-mail:annatjiep@foundation.co.za


Course Content

  • Ethical standards and values that form the foundation for professional code of conduct;

  • Legislative framework, standards of practice, competency frameworks, scope of practice of different categories of nurses

  • Ethical principles (social justice, non-maleficence, veracity, fidelity, altruism, caring)

  • Ethical decision-making for practice

  • Patients’ rights

  • Professional conduct

  • Consent

  • Professional misconduct and unethical behaviour (SANC)

  • Ethical dilemmas (termination of pregnancies, trading of products of conception and other human parts; participation in and/or conducting clinical research; providing healthcare and specifically nursing care to vulnerable, stigmatised and marginalised persons)

  • Conscientious objection

  • Conflicts between individual, social and professional values (euthanasia; intimidation and violent acts in the workplace; and participating during strikes and boycotts etc)

  • Situations of conflicting values (diverse cultures, sexual orientation, etc)


Certification

To qualify for the certificate of completion for this short course, participants should fully attend the workshop and successfully complete the assessment process.

Fees

R 2 760.00 (incl. VAT) The Course fee excludes all participating travel and accommodation costs.

Limited spaces are available. To avoid disappointment, please book early.

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NINA

To promote the character and image of the Nurses professionally and publicly as caring and proficient.

Email: info@nina.org.za

Phone: 021 - 023 0752

Fax: 086 571 8288

Registered NPO: 2019/067177/08

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Membership is open to all nurses who are registered with the South African Nursing Council.

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