Affirming a value
Choosing a value
Prizing a value
Reflecting a value
State nurses practice acts
Professional nursing organizations
Hospital policy and procedure manuals
Physicians in the employing institutions
Have been learned about in school
Are expected of a nurse at that level
Are identified in the positions job description
Require technical rather than professional skill.
Invasion of privacy
Organize a strike
Inform the clients of the situation
Refuse the assignment
Accept the assignment but make a protest in writing to the administration.
Loss is only experienced when there is an actual absence of something valued.
The more the individual has invested in what is lost. the less the feeling of loss.
Loss may be maturational. situational. or both.
The degree of stress experienced is unrelated to the type of loss.
Control of pain
Preservation of dignity and self-worth
Love and belonging
Freedom from decision making
Background. recognizing biases and prejudices.
Social. cultural. and biophysical factors
Engagement in cross-cultural interactions
Motivation and commitment to caring.